After World War II, the American occupation banned judo of martial arts. In 1964, it was recognized as an Olympic sport because it had spread globally. Finally, women'a judo was also recognized about 30 year... does this sound natural?

4 Nov 2016

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After World War II, the American occupation banned judo of martial arts. In 1964, it was recognized as an Olympic sport because it had spread globally. Finally, women'a judo was also recognized about 30 years later. The reason for this is that Rena Rusty Kanokogi pushed the IOC. does this sound natural?

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