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Name TOGASHI Yuki
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 30 JUL 1993
Residence Gender Male
Height 167 cm Weight 67 kg
Discipline Basketball

Basketball

Biographies Result
Date Start Time Phase Results Score Opponent
03 OCT 2014 16 : 00 Men's Bronze Medal Game Win 76 - 72 KAZ
01 OCT 2014 19 : 45 Men's Semifinal Lost 63 - 71 KOR
28 SEP 2014 19 : 45 Men's Quarterfinal Round Group G Match 6 Win 96 - 70 MGL
27 SEP 2014 18 : 30 Men's Quarterfinal Round Group G Match 4 Win 79 - 72 CHN
26 SEP 2014 18 : 30 Men's Quarterfinal Round Group G Match 2 Lost 59 - 82 IRI
25 SEP 2014 18 : 30 Men's Preliminary Round Group F Match 3 Lost 71 - 72 QAT
24 SEP 2014 18 : 30 Men's Preliminary Round Group F Match 2 Win 89 - 75 KUW

Detailed Information

Biography
Languages Spoken English, Japanese
Coach Kenji Hasegawa [national] (JPN) (japanbasketball.jp, 26 Aug 2014)
Position / Style Point guard (cager.co.jp, 26 Aug 2014)
Sporting / famous Relatives His father Hideki Togashi is a basketball coach. (sportiva.shueisha.co.jp, 21 Aug 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began playing basketball in his first year of primary school. (yukan-news.ameba.jp, 07 Sep 2014)

Ambitions
To play in the NBA, to become the main point guard in Japan, and be a key player at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (japantimes.co.jp, 12 Aug 2014)

Awards
He received the Japan Basketball League's Best New Player Award, Top Five Player Award, and All Star Most Valuable Player Award while playing for Akita Northern Happinets in 2013 and 2014. (japantimes.co.jp, 07 Jun 2014; yukan-news.ameba.jp, 07 Sep 2014)

General
UNITED STATES
He left Japan for the United States after graduating from middle school. He played at Montrose Christian School, a top basketball programme based in Rockville, Maryland. However he returned to Japan in 2013 as he could not attract any university scholarship offers in the United States. (japantimes.co.jp, 07 Jun 2014; sportiva.shueisha.co.jp, 19 Aug 2014)

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