Seen here is Wojdan Shaherkani, a judoka from Saudi Arabia who will
become one of the first women to represent Saudi Arabia in the Olympics. However, some camps are apparently upset over the fact that she won't get to kick ass if she wears a hijab (headscarf worn by Muslim women).
"She will fight according to the principle and spirit of judo, so
without a hijab," International Judo Federation president Marius Vizer told Reuters.
Given that many Saudi Arabian clerics are already whining about their country's women
competing this year (they think it's wrong for women to spend time playing sports), you can be sure that this new ruling won't go over too smoothly.