She began training under coach Daniel Doyle, and won two national championships by the age of Kayla Harrison defeated Mayra Aguiar of Brazil in the kilogram final in Tokyo to become the first American woman to win a gold medal at the judo world championships since Kayla Harrison was on the main card for PFL 11 in and defeated Moriel Charneski; after her victory, it appeared that she was not completely content with her own performance. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Use mdy dates from August Pages using infobox martial artist with unknown parameters Commons category link is on Wikidata. Archived from the original on August 2, Prior to the Summer Olympics in London, she was injured during training, having torn a medial collateral ligament. Subsequently, Harrison signed a new long-term contract extension with the PFL. However, she couldn't compete in the Summer Olympics as the United States had not qualified in that division.
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