RIO de JANEIRO — Kayla Harrison is a very, very bad woman.
Bow in her direction. All her opponents do.
In one of the most thunderously badass performances in Olympic judo history, Harrison on Thursday plundered the women’s 78-kilogram (172 pound) category to win a second straight Olympic gold.
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