Ayumi Tanimoto Judoka

Ayumi Tanimoto

Ayumi Tanimoto

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:4 August 1981 (37 years)
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Ayumi Tanimoto is the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Champion from Japan. She is coach of the Japanese women. She won the Asian Games in 2002 in Busan and won two World Championships medals in 2001 and 2007 and silver in 2005 in Cairo against Lucie Decosse. World Team champion in 2002 and 2008 with Japan. Tanimoto was inducted into the IJF Hall of Fame in 2018.
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19 new Hall of Famers inducted at World Championships opening gala

18 Sep 2018 23:10

The IJF inducted 19 luminaries from the sport into its Hall of Fame on Tuesday at a gala dinner at the Buta Palace in Baku ahead of the 2018 World Judo Championships. Judo legends, Olympic champions, sporting greats and special guests were among those in attendance. Read more

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Haruna Asami, Yoshie Ueno and Ayumi Tanimoto added to coaching staff Japan

23 Oct 2016 20:10

The two-time world champion Haruna Asami who recently retired as professional career will join the coaching staff of the seniors and the junior national team of Japan. Read more

WK 2001 Zviadauri

Report of the Junior World Championships 2000 in Nabeul Day 2

27 Oct 2000 22:05

Four different countries picked up gold medals on the second day of competition at the 2000 HYUNDAI Junior World Judo Championships, bringing the national anthem count to seven as we hit the half way mark of the tournament. Gold medals went to Cuba (-57kg), France (-63kg), Georgia (-90kg) and Germany (-100kg). Perennial favourites Japan, who has picked up more medals than any other nation with three silvers and three bronzes, has yet to take a gold. Read more

Result City Date
1Prague2009
1Tokyo2008
1Beijing2008
2Fukuoka2008
2Tokyo2007

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