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Yoshihiro Okumura

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Yoshihiro Okumura's Biography

Yoshihiro Okumura (奥村 幸大, Okumura Yoshihiro?, born May 9, 1983 in Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese international swimmer, competing in the freestyle. He won the bronze medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics in the Men's 4x100m Medley Relay. A year earlier, at the 2003 Summer Universiade, he won the title in the Men's 200m Freestyle.

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Yoshihiro Okumura News Stories

  • Kitajima triumphs in Pan Pac 100

      News Source: Japan Times | almost 4 years ago
    Calif. (Kyodo) Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima marked his return to the spotlight with a victory Thursday in the 100-meter breaststroke on at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships. Competing in his first major international event since completing a
  • Swimmer Terakawa avenges Japan Open defeat

      News Source: France24 | 4 years ago
    National champion Aya Terakawa avenged her loss a year ago by beating Shiho Sakai to win the women's 100-metre backstroke at the Japan Open swimming championships on Friday. The 25-year-old from Osaka, who had to be satisfied with a runner-up place
  • Matsuda clocks personal best to bag first title

      News Source: The Star | over 4 years ago
    Beijing Olympic butterfly bronze medallist Takeshi Matsuda posted his first men�s 200m freestyle title at the national swimming championships on Friday. Matsuda, who was also the 2009 world butterfly bronze medallist, marked his personal best of 1:47.

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