Video | Ki-Itsu-Sai Judo

 

One of South Florida's best-kept sports secrets hides in a nondescript Broward strip mall. It is called Ki-Itsu-Sai Judo, and it is a training club for Judo. The club is such a breeding ground for talent that USA Judo named it one of six official Olympic training sites. The club boasts the top-ranked U.S. judoka in five of 14 weight divisions. Take a look.

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