World Judo Championships: Nekoda Smythe-Davis - I could retire happy today

Nekoda Smythe-Davis tells BBC Sport she could retire happy after winning silver at the World Judo Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.

The 25-year-old - who was a volunteer at the judo at the London Olympics in 2012 - lost to Japanese world number two Tsukasa Yoshida.

But her silver medal was Britain's first at a World Championships since Karina Bryant in 2009 and is the most impressive result of Smythe-Davis' career so far.

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