Karen Briggs (judoka)
|Birth name||Karen Briggs|
11 April 1963 |
|Weight||48 kg (110 lb; 7.6 st)|
Karen Inman (née Briggs) MBE (born 11 April 1963) is a British judoka who won numerous World and European Championship medals in judo. She is considered one of the UK's most successful competitive judoka. She represented Great Britain in the 1992 Summer Olympics, the first year Women's Judo was included as an Olympic sport (first as a demonstration event in 1988) and placed fifth after suffering a dislocated shoulder. She is married to Peter Inman, son of Olympic judo coach Roy Inman, and now teaches judo at schools in East Yorkshire.
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