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Name FUKUSHIMA Chisato
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 27 JUN 1988
Residence Gender Female
Height 166 cm Weight 50 kg
Discipline Athletics

Athletics

Result
Date Time Event Phase Results
Rank Time Record
28 SEP 2014 20:50 Women's 100m Final Final 2 11.49
27 SEP 2014 18:30 Women's 100m Round 1 Heat 1 1 11.49

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Asian Games
1100m2010Guangzhou, CHN11.33
1200m2010Guangzhou, CHN23.62
34 x 100m Relay2010Guangzhou, CHN44.41
Olympic Games
47100m2008Beijing, CHN11.74
154 x 100m Relay2012London, GBR44.25
32100m2012London, GBR11.41
48200m2012London, GBR24.14
World Championships
20200m2011Daegu, KOR23.52
22100m2011Daegu, KOR11.59
17100m2009Berlin, GER11.43
124 x 100m Relay2011Daegu, KOR43.83
144 x 100m Relay2009Berlin, GER44.24
26200m2009Berlin, GER23.40
37200m2013Moscow, RUS23.85
World Challenge
14 x 100m Relay2011Kawasaki, JPN43.39
3100m2012Kawasaki, JPN11.39
4100m2013Tokyo, JPN11.56
4100m2011Kawasaki, JPN11.56
4200m2011Daegu, KOR23.21
Asian Championships
1200m2011Kobe, JPN23.49
14 x 100m Relay2011Kobe, JPN44.05
1100m2009Guangzhou, CHN11.27
14 x 100m Relay2009Guangzhou, CHN43.93
2100m2013Pune, IND11.53
24 x 100m Relay2013Pune, IND44.38
4200m2013Pune, IND23.82

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Chi (hac.hht.ac.jp, 29 Jan 2014)
Hobbies Relaxing at home. (hac.hht.ac.jp, 29 Jan 2014)
Occupation Athlete, Office Worker
Higher education Information Technology - Hokkaido High Technology College , Eniwa, JPN
Languages Spoken Japanese
Club Hokkaido High Technology Athletics Club, Eniwa, JPN
Coach Nakamura Hiroyuki [club], JPN; Katsumi Sakai [national], JPN (hac.hht.ac.jp, 29 Jan 2014; NOC Media Guide, 26 Sep 2014)
International debut 2008 for Japan, Olympic Games (Beijing) (iaaf.org, 08 Nov 2010)
Injuries She withdrew from the 100m at the 2014 Oda Memorial International meet in Hiroshima, Japan after fracturing a bone in her right foot. (nikkansports.com, 29 Apr 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She joined an athletics club at about age 10. (yomiuri.co.jp, 02 Aug 2008; hac.hht.ac.jp, 29 Jan 2014)

Reason for taking up this sport
A teacher at her school recommended it. (fujitv.co.jp, 05 Feb 2012)

Ambitions
To run the 100m in less than 10 seconds, and to win gold medals at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, Korea and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. (hac.hht.ac.jp, 29 Jan 2014; sportsnavi.yahoo.co.jp, 25 Apr 2014)

Awards
She received the MVP award at the 2009 and 2010 Hokkaido Sports Journalist Club Awards. (tokachi.co.jp, 15 Dec 2010)

She received the Hokkaido Sports Special Award in 2010. (dokyoi.pref.hokkaido.lg.jp, 15 Dec 2010)

She was awarded an Olympics Participation Prize at the 2010 Television Asahi Big Sports Awards. (career.oricon.co.jp, 14 Jan 2011)

General
SUB 23
In 2010 she became the first female athlete from Japan to run the 200m in less than 23 seconds, clocking 22.89 in Shizuoka, Japan. (breitbart.com, 03 May 2010)

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