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Name MITSUI Risako
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 23 SEP 1993
Residence Gender Female
Height 168 cm Weight 57 kg
Discipline Synchronised swimming

Synchronised swimming

Result
Date Time Event Results
Rank Score
20 Sep 2014 15:00:00 Duets Free Routine - Final 2 91.8667
20 Sep 2014 10:00:00 Duets Technical Routine 2 89.6721
22 Sep 2014 15:00:00 Teams Free Routine - Final 2 92.0333
21 Sep 2014 15:00:00 Teams Technical Routine 2 89.6714
23 Sep 2014 15:00:00 Free Combination - Final 2 92.6000

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocationResult
Olympic Games
5Team2012London, GBR187.630
World Championships
4Team Technical Routine2013Barcelona, ESP92.200
4Team Free Routine2013Barcelona, ESP91.950
4Free Combination2013Barcelona, ESP92.020
5Team Free Routine2011Shanghai, CHN92.860
FINA World Trophy
2Total2012Mexico City, MEX379.450
5Total2010Moscow, RUS371.125
Asian Championships
2Free Combination2012Dubai, UAE91.710
World Junior Championships
4Solo2010Indianapolis, IN, USA161.030
5Duet2010Indianapolis, IN, USA161.943
5Team2010Indianapolis, IN, USA160.461
6Free Combination2010Indianapolis, IN, USA86.360

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Student
Higher education Physical Education - Nihon University , Tokyo, JPN
Languages Spoken Japanese
Club Tokyo Synchro Club, Japan
Coach Masako Kaneko [national]; Masayo Imura [national], JPN (china.org.cn, 21 Sep 2014; swim.or.jp, 13 Jul 2014)
International debut 2011 for Japan, World Championships (Shanghai) (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She took up the sport at age nine at Tokyo Synchro Club. (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

Reason for taking up this sport
She was attending swimming school and her mother recommended her to try the sport. (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

Ambitions
To win a gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. (nikkansports.com, 15 Jul 2014)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning all titles at the Japan's Junior Olympic Cup when she was a year nine student. (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

Hero
Japanese synchronised swimmers Saho Harada and Yumi Adachi (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

Most influential person in career
Japanese synchronised swimmer Yumi Adachi. (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

Sporting philosophy / motto
"Always challenge and have confidence in yourself." (Athlete, 17 Jun 2012)

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