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Name HAYAKAWA Ren
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 24 AUG 1987
Residence Gender Female
Height 179 cm Weight 68 kg
Discipline Archery

Archery

Result
Date Time Event Results
Result Record
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Individual Ranking Round 1339 (rank 7)
23 SEP 2014 10:00 Recurve Women's Team Ranking Round 3994 (rank 3)

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Olympic Games
3Recurve Team2012London, GBR
9Recurve Individual2012London, GBR
World Championships
8Recurve Team2011Turin, ITA
9Recurve Individual2011Turin, ITA
9Recurve Team2011Turin, ITA
World Cup
3Recurve Individual2014Antalya, TUR
4Recurve Team2014Antalya, TUR
4Recurve Individual2011Antalya, TUR
9Recurve Team2014Shanghai, CHN
9Recurve Individual2011Shanghai, CHN
9Recurve Team2011Antalya, TUR
17Recurve Individual2012Shanghai, CHN
33Recurve Individual2014Shanghai, CHN
57Recurve Individual2012Ogden, UT, USA
Asian Championships
1Recurve Team2011Tehran, IRI
2Recurve Team2011Tehran, IRI
3Recurve Individual2011Tehran, IRI
World Ranking
30Recurve Individual2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Higher education Nippon Sport Science University, Tokyo, JPN
Languages Spoken Japanese, Korean
Club Nagasaki International University, Sasebo, JPN
Plays Right (blog.nittai.ac.jp, 26 Feb 2010)
Sporting / famous Relatives Her older sister Nami has also represented Japan in archery, and competed at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, China. (yonhapnews.co.kr, 24 Jul 2012; reuters.com, 02 Aug 2012)
Additional Information Member of national team since
2011 (yomiuri.co.jp, 30 May 2012)

Ambitions
To coach Japan's junior athletes. (yomiuri.co.jp, 30 May 2012)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning Japan's first ever women's archery medal [team bronze] at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, England. (reuters.com, 02 Aug 2012)

Most influential person in career
Coach Kim Sang-Hoon, and her sister. (yomiuri.co.jp, 30 May 2012)

Awards
She received a Sports Special Award at the 2013 Nagasaki Prefecture Sports Awards. (pref.nagasaki.jp, 12 Feb 2014)

In 2012 she received the Sasebo Citizens Honorary Award and the Yokohama Citizens Sports Honorary Award. (sponichi.co.jp, 30 Jul 2012; hamaspo.com, 31 Aug 2012)

General
FROM KOREA TO JAPAN
She was born in Jeonju, Korea, but was unable to go to university after graduating from high school despite competing for the business team Hyundai Mobis, so her mother, who had remarried in Japan, told her it was possible for elite foreign athletes to enter university there. She moved to Japan in 2007 and gained Japanese citizenship in 2009. (yomiuri.co.jp, 30 May 2012; yonhapnews.co.kr, 24 Jul 2012; m.hankyung.com, 30 Jul 2012; reuters.com, 02 Aug 2012)

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