The Camberley judo star Karina Bryant has announced her retirement from the sport, a year to the day she won an Olympic bronze medal. The 34 year-old has not competed since the London Games after undergoing shoulder surgery.
Bryant won 15 medals at World and European Championships and represented Britain at four Olympics. She has been a member of Camberley Judo Club for 21 years.
One of the stars of the London Olympics, Gemma Gibbons, has had a setback - she has broken her wrist.
Gemma won silver in Judo at last year's games. But her injury means she'll be out for at least two months, and will miss four tournaments.
Olympic silver medallist Gemma Gibbons has told ITV London that she has broken her wrist.
It will hit the judo star's training for Rio 2016 - as she'll be out of action for at least two months.
London Olympic judo medallist Gemma Gibbons teamed up with Tottenham Hotspur today.
Gemma who is from Greenwich, joined forces with Spurs, to launch a partnership which aims to build on the Olympic spirit by increasing the number of people taking part in sport.
Rags Martel reports.
Enfield Judo Club product and former British international Siobhan O'Neil is leading a judo display during today's event.
The partnership between the British Judo Association, the National Governing Body for the Olympic and Paralympic sport of judo in the UK and the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, has been created to provide judo at Highlands School two days a week, through classes and an after school club.
The Spurs' Foundation will provide judo at a variety of venues across the foundation's catchment area through the Premier league 4 Sport programme which will be linked to their youth club network.
The Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has teamed up with British Judo and Highlands School to create an Olympic legacy in the Clubs community.
Steven Caulker, Tottenham Hotspurs' young defender who competed for Team GB at London 2012, will join Gemma Gibbons to launch the partnership.
Gemma won a silver medal for the Women's 78kg Judo at London 2012. The pair will promote the spirit of the Olympic games and the importance of taking part in sport to students at the school through Q&A sessions.
Two months after London 2012 the Olympic legacy is still in its infancy. But today it takes a small baby step forward.
Judo - one of the UK's minority sports is teaming up with the biggest - football.
Tottenham is using its money and power to help more children take up the martial art.
The partnership will see British judo international Siobban O'Neil coach students in north London twice a week. All this is made possible from funds donated by the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation.
Britain's Gemma Gibbons has won silver in the women's 78kg final. American Kayla Harrison won gold.