Episode 108: Olympic Hopeful Tom Scott on Karate

Olympic hopeful Tom Scott joins us to explain a sport that’s new to the Olympic program at Tokyo 2020: Karate. Tom talks with Contributor Ben Jackson about kata and kumite and what to look for during the competition. You can also learn more from Tokyo 2020’s one-minute video!

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