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State judo championship draws a crowd

One hundred twenty-eight competitors turned out for the Bushido Judo School's 11th annual Bushido Challenge and N.C. Judo State Championships on March 12 at the Central Children's Home in Oxford.

Bushido Judo School  won the team trophy and Fayetteville-Fort Bragg Judo finished second in the USA Judo- and North Carolina Judo-sanctioned competition, Sensei Andres Andreu reported.

Free Paralympics training for blind athletes in Raleigh this week

Free training is available this week for blind athletes who want to try
Paralympic sports and for the coaches and trainers who work with them.

Bridge II Sports, a Triangle-based nonprofit organization that provides
sports opportunities for people with disabilities, is conducting the
Paralympics Sports Academy for the blind on Friday and Saturday at the
Governor Morehead School at 301 Ashe Ave. in Raleigh.

The academy, held in conjunction with the U.S. Paralympics, will train
people ages 8 to adult in track and field, judo, tandem cycling and
goal ball.

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