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S Climbing, Harada et al. To Semifinal Lead Japan Cup

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Olympic representative Tomoa Narasaki (TEAM au) missed due to poor conditions.

Reed's Japan Cup, which competes for the height reached by sports climbing, will be held on the 26th at Matsuyamashita Park, Inzai City, Chiba Prefecture. → Continue reading

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Tomoa Narasaki(Narasaki, anyway1996May 6 -) is JapaneseFree climber Belongs to TEAM au.TochigiI'm fromSports climbingspeedJapan record holder.


TochigiUtsunomiya CityI'm from.Height 170 cm, weight 60 kg.Tochigi Prefectural Utsunomiya Kita High SchoolBackground[1]..Body fat percentage is 2-5%.My brother is a free climberMeichi Narasaki.

Overseas, from physical ability, exceptional jumping power, agilityNinjaAlso known as.Also, movements that other players can't think ofTomoa styleIt is described as.

speedCreated by Tomoa Narasaki in the competitionTomoa skipThere is a technique called.It is a technique to shorten the time by skipping one without grasping the second hold (protrusion) after the start.[2].

Gymnastics was recommended in kindergarten because of good motor nervesMechanical gymnasticsTo start.He left a record such as winning a prize at a prefectural tournament, and at that time his goal was to participate in the Olympics by gymnastics.However, suddenly he was afraid to perform gymnastics and could not even enter the facility, so he stopped doing gymnastics. When I was 10 years old, I went to the sports climbing gym where my brother used to go and started climbing.[3].

2011First appearance in the Japan Cup in the third year of junior high school.At that time, I was still going to the climbing gym with a sense of play.

2014First appearance in the World Cup in the third year of high school.

2015Became a professional climber at the age of 18 after graduating from high school.At that time, there were no athletes who did not go to college and became professionals with a high school diploma, and since my parents' home was a hospital, I thought about going on to medical school, but I seriously chose the professional path.My father told me to quit if I didn't get results in two years.Until then, Narasaki had almost failed to qualify for the World Cup, but in 2, his second year as a professional player, he suddenly won two World Cups and won the World Championships, becoming the top player in the world.[4].

2016Since AprilKDDI CORPORATIONSponsorship contract with[5].. Belongs to TEAM-au.

IFSC 2016/2019 at the Climbing World Championships BoulderingEvent, 2019 compositeWin the event. 2016/2019 "IFSC Climbing World Cup Bouldering Event" won the overall victory of the year.

(English edition)(Hachioji City General Gymnasium) By winning the compound event2020 Tokyo Olympics Sports climbing competition decided to be a Japanese national team player[6][7].

On October 2020, 10, at the Sports Climbing Speed ​​Japan Tour (Iwate Prefectural Sports Park Sports Climbing Stadium), he set a new record in Japan by marking 24 seconds 5, which is the first time for Japanese people to reach the 5 seconds range.[8].

On March 2021, 3, at the Sports Climbing Speed ​​Japan Cup (Kyoto Sanga Stadium) final, he marked 6 seconds 5 and set his own Japanese record.[9].

Competition record

[10] [11]

Domestic competition

Asian and World Championships

Date heldTournament nameCompetition item [12][13]
2012/8World Youth Championship (Youth A)4 bit
2014/8World championship German flag Germany: Munich10 bit
2015/8World Youth Championship (Junior)8 bit4 bit
2015/11Asian Championship4 bit28 bit
2015/12Asian Youth Championship (Junior)1 bit3 bit
2016/8Asian Championship2 bit
2016/9World championship French flag France:Paris1 bit
2017/7World Games 2017 Polish flag ãƒãƒ¼ãƒ©ãƒ³ãƒ‰: Wroclaw5 bit
2017/9Asian Championship26 bit4 bit19 bit
2018/8Asian Games Indonesian flag Indonesia: Jakarta10 bit3 bit
2018/9World championship Austrian flag ã‚ªãƒ¼ã‚¹ãƒˆãƒªã‚¢: Innsbruck13 bit7 bit21 bit5 bit
2019/8World championship Japanese flag Japan: Hachioji4 bit1 bit22 bit1 bit

World Cup


  • 2014 Kaiyo 5th place
  • 2016-Annual overall victory [14]
    • Chongqing 1st, Navi Mumbai 2nd, Innsbruck 2nd, Bale 2nd, Munich 1st
  • 2017 Chongqing 2nd, Nanjing 2nd, Hachioji 2nd, Navi Mumbai 6th, Munich 2nd
  • 2018 Meiringen 2nd, Moscow 1st, Hachioji 2nd, Bale 3rd-Annual 2nd overall [15]
  • 2019 Meiringen 2nd, Chongqing 2nd, Wujiang 1st, Bale 2nd-Annual overall victory [16]


  • 2017 Wujiang 2nd place, Xiamen 2nd place
  • 2018 Villar 3rd place
  • 2019 Villar 6th, Xiamen 3rd

International competition


  • 2017 China Open Guangzhou 6th

15th Bouldering Japan Cup-February 2020-2, 8
2nd Speed ​​Japan Cup-February 2020, 2


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  1. ^ "Tomoa Narasaki Profile". Japan Olympic Committee (September 2018, 8). 2019th of February 9Browse.
  2. ^ "Sports climbing aiming to be the first Olympic gold medalist Tomoa Narasaki "Evolution" during the period of self-restraint”.. 2020th of February 12Browse.
  3. ^ [1]Retrieved February 2020, 12
  4. ^ https://the-ans.jp/course/104116/
  5. ^ "KDDI signs official sponsorship contract for sports climbing and forms "TEAM au"”(Japanese). news.kddi.com. 2019th of February 8Browse.
  6. ^ "Tomoa Narasaki is the gold medal to represent the climbing Olympics" I'm most happy ". Sponichi ANNEX. Sports Nippon Shimbun. (April 2019, 8). https://www.sponichi.co.jp/sports/news/2019/08/21/kiji/20190821s00108000354000c.html 2019th of February 8Browse. 
  7. ^ "Selection of JOC recommended athletes at the 32nd Olympic Games (2020 / Tokyo)”. Japan Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association (May 2019, 5). 2019th of February 8Browse.
  8. ^ [2] climbers web Retrieved March 2021, 3 
  9. ^ [3] au web portal Retrieved March 2021, 3 
  10. ^ "Tomoa Narasaki player information”. Japan Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association. 2019th of February 6Browse.
  11. ^ "RESULTS”. IFSC. 2019th of February 6Browse.
  12. ^ "Events and rules”. Japan Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association. 2019th of February 6Browse.
  13. ^ "Video explanation of the competition”. Japan Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association. 2019th of February 6Browse.
  14. ^ "Tomoa Narasaki and Miho Nonaka win the final round of World Cup bouldering”. Japan Mountaineering and Sport Climbing Association (May 2016, 8). 2019th of February 6Browse.
  15. ^ "TOMOA NARASAKI”. IFSC. 2019th of February 6Browse.
  16. ^ "Tomoa Narasaki wins the World Cup bouldering overall”. HuffPost Japan Version (February 2019, 6). 2019th of February 6Browse.

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