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[Tokyo Olympics] Wrestling boy, Fumita silver medal Greco-Roman 60 kg class

 
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The Japanese are the heaviest women in the world, and missed the medal for the first time since Kyoko Hamaguchi won the 2008 kg bronze medal at the 72 Beijing Olympics.
 

The Tokyo Olympics wrestling will be held at the Makuhari Messe on the 2nd, with the men's Greco-Roman style 60kg class final. → Continue reading

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Kyoko Hamaguchi

Kyoko Hamaguchi(Kyoko Hamaguchi,1978<Showa 53>May 1 -) isJapanGirlswrestlingplayer.TokyoTaitoI'm fromMusashino Junior High Schoolgraduate.Musashino High SchoolDropout.Musashino Gakuin UniversityVisiting professor at Japan Research Institute.Japan Beverage HoldingsBelongs.Japan Olympic CommitteePlayer strengthening campaign・ Athletes who apply the symbol athlete system.Height 170 cm.Blood type A.My fatherProfessional wrestler OfAnimal Hamaguchi(Heigo Hamaguchi).Another notation (notation on the family register) isKyoko Hamaguchi..Has a record of participating in three consecutive Olympic Games[1].

history

In middle school水 泳I was doing, but from a certain timeFemale professional wrestlerAspiring to become.father·Animal HamaguchiRun byAnimal Hamaguchi Wrestling DojoUnder the guidance of my fatherbodybuildingStarted wrestling at the age of 14 with male athletes who aspired to be professional wrestlers.[2].

Debuted at the national wrestling tournament in 1993 with the Yoyogi club[3]..All Japan Women's Wrestling Championship 61 kg class, All Japan Women's Wrestling Open Tournament 61 kg classJudo OfMikiko Miyazaki(Sumitomo Marine Fire Insurance)ofFoot techniqueStruggled to lose consecutive falls.Crying.1996ToAll Japan ChampionshipIf you win the 70 kg class, the next1997ToWorld championshipConquer.Achievements,2004 Athens OlympicsParticipated in the women's wrestling 72 kg class representative from Japan and won the bronze medal (in the semi-finals)Wang Xu(Chugoku) Lost).He also served as the flag bearer of the Japanese team at the opening ceremony.

2006World Championship Women's 72 kg FinalStanka Zlateva(ブルガリア) Batting (headbutt) on his face and injured.The father protests against the referees, but the match continues without any penalty for Zlateva's actions.Hamaguchi lost the war and finished second in the 72 kg class of the championship.After the match, Hamaguchi's injury was completely healed for 2 months.nasal boneFound to have fractures (4 locations).Japan Wrestling Federation has sent a protest document about Zlateva's dangerous acts to the International Wrestling Federation and the Bulgarian Wrestling Federation[4](Later, the referee will be demoted).

Lost in the finals of the 2005 and 2006 World Wrestling Championships.The final ranking is 2nd for 2 consecutive years.2007In 5 monthBishkekDefeated Daejong of Goryeo, who lost in the Athens Olympics, 72-2 in the 1 kg semi-final of the Asian Championships held in Tokyo, followed by Olga Janibekova (Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu) Was defeated 2 to 1 to win the championship.In September of the same year, in the second round of the World Wrestling Championships, he played against Zlateva, who was the cause.This time, there was a situation in which points were added only to Zlateva in a delicate situation when engaging in techniques (offense and defense).Hamaguchi protested by hitting the scoreboard, but the match continued without checking the video footage.The result was Zlateva's victory, and Hamaguchi, who lost the battle, was in this tournament.Beijing OlympicsI couldn't get the right to participate.The Japan Wrestling Federation protested against the International Wrestling Federation to impose sanctions on the referees, saying it was a misjudgment (the chairman was later punished).

2008In the Beijing Olympics, which won the Asian Championship 72 kg class and qualified, China's semi-finalsWang JiaoAlthough he lost to, he won the bronze medal for the second consecutive tournament.

2011Won the 15th victory in the All Japan Championship, the highest number in history for both men and women.[5].

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  • Regarding his father, Animal Hamaguchi, he said, "It's pure, warm and kind even as I get older. But I'm shy. I can really respect him."[6]..In addition to co-starring on TV programs, he also shows off his father's classic cheering shout, "Heigo !!".Also, at the All Japan Women's Wrestling Championship in May 1993, Animal Hamaguchi repeatedly shouted "Burning !!".
  • Senior mouseIs a big fan of[7].
  • His younger brother also played an active part in national competitions as a wrestling player, and later served as Hamaguchi Dojo Director (trainer).
  • In 2009,Japan Premium Project Russian Rhythmic Gymnastics / Beijing Olympics Gold MedalistYevgeniya Kanayeva, Of the modelKaren TakizawaAppeared in a kimono fashion show with them.
  • Baseball magazine companyIn the May 1979 issue of the monthly professional wrestling magazine, in the "Person Spot" column that introduces the true face of professional wrestlersInternational wrestlingAnimal Hamaguchi of the era has appeared, and a photo of Hamaguchi at the age of 1 is posted.

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BOXING RECORD

  • 1993 All Japan Women's Championship 61 kg class 4th place[9]
  • 1993 All Japan Women's Open Tournament 61 kg class 2nd place
  • 1994 JOC Cup Junior Olympics 61 kg class victory
  • 1994 All Japan Women's Wrestling Championship 61 kg class 2nd place
  • 1994 All Japan Women's Open Tournament 65 kg class 3nd place
  • 1995 All Japan Women's Open Tournament 65 kg class 2nd place
  • 1996 All Japan Championship70 kg class champion
  • 1997 All Japan Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 1997 World championship75 kg class champion
  • 1998 All Japan Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 1998 World Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 1998 League of Nations Women's Best Player
  • 1999 All Japan Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 1999 World Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 2000 All Japan Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 2001 All Japan Championship 75 kg class champion
  • 2001 Osaka / East Asian Games75 kg class champion
  • 2002 All Japan Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2002 World Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2002 Busan / Asian Games72 kg class champion
  • 2003 All Japan Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2003 World Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2004 Athens Olympic Test Tournament 72 kg class runner-up
  • 2004 Athens Olympics 72 kg class 3rd place
  • 2005 World Championship 72 kg class 2nd place
  • 2005 All Japan Championship 72 kg class 10 consecutive victories,Emperor's cupAward
  • 2006 Japan Queen's Cup72 kg class champion
  • 2006 World Cup 72 kg class runner-up
  • 2006 Doha Asian Games72 kg class runner-up
  • 2007 Asian Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2007 World Championship 72 kg class 2nd round defeated
  • 2008 Asian Championship 72 kg class champion
  • 2008 Beijing Olympics 72 kg class 3rd place
  • 2011 All Japan Championship 72 kg class victory (15th time in history)
  • 2012 London Olympics 72 kg class defeated in the first round

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