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Female Saudi Judo athlete Wojdan Shaherkani (L) arrives with her father at Heathrow airport in preparation for the 2012 London Olympic Games on July 25, 2012. Saudi Arabia's decision to allow two female athletes to compete at the Olympic Games overturns a decades-old taboo imposed by the conservative Muslim monarchy which still bars women from sports at home. The women who will make history for Saudi Arabia are Wojdan Shaherkani (judo) and Sarah Attar (800m). AFP PHOTO /MARWAN NAAMANI (Photo credit should read MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/GettyImages)
Female Saudi Judo athlete Wojdan Shaherkani (L) arrives with her father at Heathrow airport in preparation for the 2012 London Olympic Games on July 25, 2012. Saudi Arabia's decision to allow two female athletes to compete at the Olympic Games overturns a decades-old taboo imposed by the conservative Muslim monarchy which still bars women from sports at home. The women who will make history for Saudi Arabia are Wojdan Shaherkani (judo) and Sarah Attar (800m). AFP PHOTO /MARWAN NAAMANI (Photo credit should read MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/GettyImages)

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CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the Saudi woman who worried she wouldn't be able to compete in London with her headscarf.

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CNN's Nic Robertson reports on the Saudi woman who worried she wouldn't be able to compete in London with her headscarf.