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Name ABE Kana
NOC JPN - Japan Japan Date of Birth 25 APR 1988
Residence Gender Female
Height 160 cm Weight 63 kg
Discipline Judo

Judo

BiographiesResult
Start Date Start Time Event Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
23 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's Team Final - Gold Medal Contest 4 : 1 Win KOR - Korea, Republic of KOR
23 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's Team Semifinal of Table A 5 : 0 Win KAZ - Kazakhstan KAZ
23 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's Team Quarterfinal 4 : 1 Win CHN - China CHN
21 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's -63 kg Contest for Bronze Medal B 101 : 000 Win KIM Sugyong PRK - DPR Korea PRK
21 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's -63 kg Semifinal of Table A 000 : 001 Lose YANG Junxia CHN - China CHN
21 SEP 2014 Followed by Women's -63 kg Quarterfinal 002 : 000 Win WATANABE Kiyomi PHI - Philippines PHI

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
World Championships
5-63kg2013Rio de Janeiro, BRA
33-63kg2011Paris, FRA
Grand Slam
1-63kg2014Tyumen, RUS
1-63kg2013Tokyo, JPN
1-63kg2011Rio de Janeiro, BRA
2-63kg2012Tokyo, JPN
3-63kg2013Paris, FRA
5-63kg2012Paris, FRA
9-63kg2010Tokyo, JPN
Grand Prix
2-63kg2013Dusseldorf, GER
3-63kg2014Dusseldorf
9-63kg2012Dusseldorf, GER
9-63kg2010Rotterdam, NED
World Cup
2-63kg2012Budapest, HUN
2-63kg2011Oberwart, AUT
IJF World Ranking
3-63kg2014

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Athlete, Office Worker
Club Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance, Tokyo, JPN
Coach Hisashi Yanagisawa [club]; Mitsutoshi Nanjo[national] (ms-ins.com, 18 Jul 2014)
Position / Style Uchi mata (ms-ins.com, 18 Jul 2014)
Injuries She withdrew the 2011 World Championships in Paris, France, after getting injured during the competition. (judo-ch.jp, 13 Jan 2014)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She began judo at age three in Ishinomaki, Japan. (ishinomaki.kahoku.co.jp, 16 Aug 2013)

Reason for taking up this sport
She was invited to the judo club by a girl who lived next door. (telegraph.co.uk, 27 Jul 2011)

General
2011 EARTHQUAKE
She was undergoing an MRI scan when an earthquake hit the east coast of Japan in March 2011. "I remember the machine shaking and I had no idea what it was. But it just got worse and worse. It was strange because I couldn't move. All I could do was wait until they got me out." Her family's house in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture, was damaged by the resulting tsunami. She confirmed that her family escaped unhurt a week after the earthquake disaster. (tohoku.ed.jp, 07 Apr 2011; asahi.com, 07 Apr 2011; telegraph.co.uk, 27 Jul 2011)

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