"Sarah Clark" is a British judo/judoka. She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics/2004, 2008 Summer Olympics/2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics.

At the 2004 Olympics she competed as a half-middleweight (-63 kg), she reached the last 16 where she was beaten by the eventual silver medalist, Claudia Heill. She then lost to Ronda Rousey in the first round of the repechange. At the 2008 Summer Olympics she again lost to Heill, this time in the first round. Dropping down a weightclass, she competed in the lightweight (-57 kg) at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where she lost in the first round to Automne Pavia.

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