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Name IWASHIMIZU Azusa
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 14 OCT 1986
Residence Gender Female
Height 162 cm Weight 53 kg
Discipline Football

Football

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Results Score Opponent
01 OCT 2014 20 : 00 Women's Gold Lose 1 - 3 PRK - DPR Korea PRK
29 SEP 2014 17 : 00 Women's Semifinal 2 Win 3 - 0 VIE - Vietnam VIE
26 SEP 2014 20 : 00 Women's Quarterfinal 4 Win 9 - 0 HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
22 SEP 2014 20 : 00 Women's First Round Group B Win 3 - 0 TPE - Chinese Taipei TPE
18 SEP 2014 20 : 00 Women's First Round Group B Win 12 - 0 JOR - Jordan JOR
15 SEP 2014 20 : 00 Women's First Round Group B Tie 0 - 0 CHN - China CHN

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
1Senior2010Guangzhou, CHN
2Senior2006Doha, QAT
Olympic Games
2Senior2012London, ENG
4Senior2008Beijing, CHN
FIFA Women's World Cup
1Senior2011Germany
10Senior2007China
AFC Women's Asian Cup
1Senior2014Vietnam
3Senior2010Asia
3Senior2008Ho Chi Minh City, VIE
EAFF Women's Cup
3Senior2013Asia

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Iwashi [Japanese for sardine] (shueisha.net, 17 May 2010; verdy.co.jp, 26 Jul 2014)
Higher education Japan Women's College of Physical Education, Tokyo, JPN
Languages Spoken Japanese
Club NTV Beleza, Tokyo, JPN
Coach Mayumi Teratami [club], JPN; Norio Sasaki [national], JPN (JPN) (jfa.jp, 22 Jul 2014)
Position / Style Defence (fifa.com, 06 Mar 2014)
International debut 2006 for Japan, against Russia, Friendly Match (jfa.or.jp, 08 Jul 2008)
Additional Information National League
L-League (womenssoccerunited.com, 05 Aug 2014; futbol24.com, 10 Aug 2014)

Start of sporting career
She started football at about age six in Kanagawa, Japan. (shueisha.net, 17 May 2010)

Superstitions / Rituals
She sings while travelling to matches. (verdy.co.jp, 26 Jul 2014)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"Endurance makes you stronger." (verdy.co.jp, 28 Feb 2012)

Awards
She was named in the L. League's Best Team each year between 2006-2011. (verdy.co.jp, 26 Jul 2014)

General
WINNER
She scored the winning goal in both the semifinal and final as Japan won the 2014 Asian Cup. (vietnamnews.vn, 26 May 2014)

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