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Kayla’s letter to youth olympians was recently published on teamusa.org. You can find the text below and read the entire article here at teamusa.org. Dear Youth Olympians, Congratulations on making the Youth Olympic Team! What an achievement! I can remember going to London with so much excitement and nervous energy – not knowing what to expect, but aiming high. It was my first Olympics and an experience I will never forget. It was an amazing inspiration just to be there Read more
In London, the U.S. bettered its medal totals from Beijing in sports such as diving, tennis and wrestling. New champions also emerged in judo (Kayla Harrison) and boxing (Claressa Shields) READ MORE ON NBC SPORTS: http://olympictalk.nbcsports.com/2014/08/05/two-years-to-rio-olympics-sports-storylines-volleyball-basketball-diving-wrestling/
Kayla Harrison is honored to receive the “Example of Strength and Courage” award during the Tradition event put on by the Boston Sports Museum on Sept. 17 at the TD Garden. More: http://sportsmuseum.org/events/the-tradition.aspx
When Jimmy Pedro first saw Kayla Harrison on a judo mat back in 2005, he knew he was looking at a girl who needed help. Harrison was 16 years old at the time. They were at a tournament in Italy, where, in Pedro’s words, Harrison had “a miserable performance,” losing all four of her matches. Afterward, Pedro, a two-time Olympic bronze medalist, pulled Harrison aside. Read More: http://www.teamusa.org/News/2014/July/22/Olympic-Champion-Kayla-Harrison-Fighting-To-Change-Lives