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2004 Olympic Champion Keiji Suzuki makes fun comeback
10 Jun 2019 10:45
Japanese great Keiji Suzuki made a return at the All Japan Businessmen Judo Championships in June at the Gunma Takasaki Arena. Athens 2004 Olympic champion and double world champion Suzuki, 38, retired in 2012 and is currently a member of the Japanese national coaching team.
Suzuki took part in the competition as a representative of Kokushikan University club team which is currently in the third division of the All Japan Businessmen Judo League and Suzuki contributed successfully to the team and his performances were celebrated.
Check the video below how Suzuki made a fun comeback.
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