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Judo. Two women engaged in a bout of judo, a Japanese martial art. Judo was formed by combining various ju-jutsu styles at the end of the last century. The word judo means "the way of softness" in Japanese. It is a form of wrestling contested between two people on a padded mat. The fight is won by trapping your opponent or by successfully carrying out a certain number of moves or holds during the bout. The colour of belt worn by each fighter indicates the standard that they have achieved.
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