Monday, May 3, 2010

Fukushima Scores Second National Record in Five Days

translated by Brett Larner

At the May 3 Shizuoka International Track and Field Meet, a selection race for the Japanese national team for November's Asian Games, 200 m national record holder (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) won in a time of 22.89, breaking her own national record. It was the first time a Japanese woman has run 22. Fukushima's previous national record was 23.00, dating back to last June's National Track and Field Championships.

Five days ago the 21 year old Fukushima broke her own national record in the 100 m, clocking 11.21 at the Apr. 29 Oda Memorial Track and Field Meet with one of the best starts of her career.


Anonymous said...

it's a good new for japan women's sprint.

Anonymous said...

I am really proud of her.
I am excited to see Naoki Tsukahara run in his tournament on the 8th.