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American judoka Jack Hatton dead, USA Judo announces

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American judoka Jack Hatton dead, USA Judo announces

American judoka Jack Hatton dead, USA Judo announces

American judoka Jack Hatton dies just days before his 24th birthday, USA Judo announces

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STILL PHOTO OF HATTON COMPETING IN JUDO EVENT STORY: U.S. national judo team member Jack Hatton has died just before his 24th birthday, USA Judo announced this week.

A cause of death was not released and no other details were made available on Hatton who had represented the United States in August at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru.

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