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FLIPSIDE IN JAPANESE, JUDO MEANS GENTLENESS, BUT IN THE OLYMPICS THE SPORT SEEMS TO BE ABOUT ANYTHING BUT THAT

July 27, 1996
July 27, 1996

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FLIPSIDE IN JAPANESE, JUDO MEANS GENTLENESS, BUT IN THE OLYMPICS THE SPORT SEEMS TO BE ABOUT ANYTHING BUT THAT

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COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPHS BY V.J. LOVERO Driulis Gonzalez of Cuba drilled Jung Sun Yong of South Korea into the mat, but Jung bounced back to win a silver.TWO COLOR PHOTOS: PHOTOGRAPHS BY V.J. LOVERO Gold medalist Kenzo Nakamura of Japan (left) threw Martin Schmidt of Germany for a loss; two unidentified judokas were knotted in their match.COLOR PHOTO: PHOTOGRAPHS BY V.J. LOVERO Isabel Fernandez of Spain (left) laid out Nicola Fairbrother of Great Britain en route to winning a bronze medal.