“No one will break me,” Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison said before going to Rio.
But the judo champion wasn’t just talking about on the mat. Harrison, a gold medalist in London in 2012, survived sexual abuse by her coach when she was a teenager and came back to become a champion.
“There’s nothing in this life that’s going to be harder than what I’ve been through already,” Harrison said in an interview with ABC News before she competed in Rio.
At the age of...