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.
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