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|Judo fighter dies after out-of-competition fall|
A member of the Greek judo team who fell from her third-floor apartment balcony following a quarrel with her boyfriend has died. Eleni Ioannou had been hospitalized in critical condition for more than for two weeks.
|Japan's Suzuki, Tsukada win judo golds|
Keiji Suzuki of Japan won the gold medal Friday in the 100-plus kilogram class of judo, while countrywoman Maki Tsukada won in the 78-kilo class.
|Anno takes judo gold|
Japan's Noriko Anno ended a run of frustrating Olympic finishes by taking the gold medal Thursday in the 78-kilogram class of judo.
|No punishment for overweight judo champ|
International judo officials won't penalize a two-time champion from Iran who reportedly said he wouldn't fight an Israeli opponent, then showed up overweight for the bout.
|Ueno, Zviadauri take judo golds|
Two-time defending champion Masae Ueno earned Japan's fifth gold medal in 10 judo events on Wednesday.
|Judo coach expelled after hitting athlete|
Suh Joung-bok was seen striking Ye Gue-rin after a loss.
|Skalko: Family affair|
Jimmy Pedro won bronze in judo Monday. He couldn't have done it without years of help from his dad and brother.
|Greek judo athlete Iannou fighting for life|
With only a week to go before the games begin, Eleni Iannou was fighting for her life instead of perfecting her moves.
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|Athens Insider: No kidding |
Brian Church, our Athens Insider, offers a little slice of what life's like in the host city. And he swears all of it is true.
|Ratto: Greece is for ...|
With the Games barely weeks away, the Greek Olympic Committee must market this puppy as never before.
|Redefining Athens identity|
In 1896, Athens had just about 100,000 people. Today, greater Athens is a concrete carpet of more than 4 million people.
|The uneasy guarantee|
Officials promise there will be safe Games in Athens this summer.
|Swifter. Higher. Scarier.|
The threat of terrorism has some athletes concerned for their safety, while others still look forward to competing in Athens.
|Hirshberg: The dope on steroids|
Which athletes can gain the most from steroids? Are cigarettes worse than 'roids? We have the answers.
|Afghani athletes first since '96 at Olympic Games|
Five young athletes from Afghanistan have set out on an adventure -- to the 2004 Summer Games in Athens.