Abused young woman becomes world-class Jiu Jitsu champ

A young woman uses Jiu Jitsu to help her escape an abusive relationship and becomes a world-class athlete. Cronkite Sports reporter Kynan Marlin brings us the story of Daisy Held, a 23-year-old world champion Jiu Jitsu competitor.

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Daisy Held, world champion Jiu Jitsu competitor

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