LONDON - An Kum-Ae continued North Korea's fine record in Olympic women's judo by winning the under-52kg division on Sunday at London's ExCeL Arena. The 32-year-old went one better than last time out in Beijing as she beat Cuba's Yanet Bermoy in the final with a counter-attack in the sudden-death golden score period. In winning gold she became the second North Korean woman after Kye Sun-Hui to claim an Olympic crown. Italy's Rosalba Forciniti and France's Priscilla Gneto won the bronze medals after beating Marie Muller of Luxembourg and Belgian veteran Ilse Heylen respectively.