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Japanese National Track and Field Championships Entry List Highlights

Fukushima, 6/6-8/14
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marks given are best within qualification period / PB

Men's 100 m
Yoshihide Kiryu (Toyo Univ.) 10.01 / 10.01
Ryota Yamagata (Keio Univ.) - 10.11 / 10.07
Takumi Kuki (Waseda Univ.) - 10.19 / 10.19
Asuka Cambridge (Nihon Univ.) - 10.21 / 10.21
Shota Iizuka (Mizuno) - 10.22 / 10.22
Masashi Eriguchi (Team Osaka Gas) - 10.24 / 10.07
Naoki Tsukahara (Team Fujitsu) - 10.31 / 10.09

Men's 200 m
Shota Iizuka (Mizuno) - 20.21 / 20.21
Kei Takase (Team Fujitsu) - 20.34 / 20.34
Akiyuki Hashimoto (Waseda Univ.) - 20.35 / 20.35
Shota Hara (Jobu Univ.) - 20.41 / 20.41
Ryota Yamagata (Keio Univ.) - 20.41 / 20.41
Kenji Fujimitsu (Team Zeirin) - 20.48 / 20.38
Shinji Takahira (Team Fujitsu) - 20.50 / 20.22

Men's 400 m
Yuzo Kanemaru (Team Otsuka Seiyaku) - 45.46 / 45.16
Hiroyuki Nakano (Aichi T&F Assoc.) - 45.62 / 45.62
Nobuya Kato (Waseda Univ.) - 45.69 / 45.69
Kazuya Watanabe (Mizuno) - 45.71 / 45.71
Yusuke Ishitsuka (Mizuno) - 45.87 / 45.87

Men's 800 m
Sho Kawamoto (Nihon Univ.) - 1:45.75 / 1:45.75 - NR
Masato Yokote (Team Fujitsu) - 1:47.72 / 1:46.16
Yasuhiro Nakamura (A2H) - 1:47.83 / 1:47.83
Jun Mitake (Nihon Univ.) - 1:48.67 / 1:48.62
Ryunosuke Okada (Nihon Univ.) - 1:48.89 / 1:48.89

Men's 1500 m
Keisuke Tanaka (Team Fujitsu) - 3:43.14 / 3:43.14
Toshihiro Kenmotsu (Team NTT Nishi Nihon) - 3:43.62 / 3:43.62
Daiki Hirose (Team Osaka Gas) - 3:44.67 / 3:44.67
Tsukasa Anzai (Juntendo Univ.) - 3:44.98 / 3:44.98
Yasunori Kusu (Team Komori Corp.) - 3:45.16 / 3:45.16
Ikuto Yufu (Team Fujitsu) - 3:46.29 / 3:42.37
Tatsuro Okazaki (Team Osaka Gas) - 3:46.72 / 3:42.58
Takahiko Onishi (Kyoto T&F Assoc.) - 3:49.45 / 3:43.67

Men's 5000 m
James Mwangi (Kenya/Team NTN) - 13:16.06 / 13:16.06
Yuki Sato (Team Nissin Shokuhin) - 13:13.60 / 13:13.60
Genki Yagisawa (Meiji Univ.) - 13:28.79 / 13:28.79
Hiromitsu Kakuage (Team Konica Minolta) - 13:32.22 / 13:32.22
Kenta Murayama (Komazawa Univ.) - 13:34.53 / 13:34.53
Yuichiro Ueno (DeNA RC) - 13:34.97 / 13:21.49
Masato Kikuchi (Team Konica Minolta) - 13:35.18 / 13:35.18
Aritaka Kajiwara (Team Press Kogyo) - 13:36.79 / 13:36.79
Yuki Yagi (Team Asahi Kasei) - 13:37.25 / 13:37.25
Keisuke Nakatani (Komazawa Univ.) - 13:38.08 / 13:38.08
Kota Murayama (Josai Univ.) - 13:38.87 / 13:38.87
Kensuke Takezawa (Team Sumitomo Denko) - 13:40.11 / 13:19.00
Takuya Fukatsu (Team Asahi Kasei) - 13:42.54 / 13:33.34
Tetsuya Yoroizaka (Team Asahi Kasei) - 13:42.99 / 13:29.11
Kazuya Deguchi (Team Asahi Kasei) - 13:43.07 / 13:39.40
Kazuharu Takai (Team Kyudenko) - 13:43.97 / 13:39.76
Naoki Okamoto (Team Chugoku Denryoku) - 13:44.56 / 13:37.71
Akinobu Murasawa (Team Nissin Shokuhin) - 13:46.69 / 13:34.85
Sota Hoshi (Team Fujitsu) - 13:46.85 / 13:43.66

Men's 10000 m
Yuki Sato (Team Nissin Shokuhin) - 27:38.25 / 27:38.25
Suguru Osako (Team Nissin Shokuhin) - 27:38.31 / 27:38.31
Kenta Murayama (Komazawa Univ.) - 27:49.94 / 27:49.94
Keita Shitara (Team Konica Minolta) - 27:51.54 / 27:51.54
Tetsuya Yoroizaka (Team Asahi Kasei) - 27:53.34 / 27:44.30
Yuta Shitara (Team Honda) - 27:54.82 / 27:54.82
Chihiro Miyawaki (Team Toyota) - 27:57.90 / 27:41.57
Tomoya Onishi (Team Asahi Kasei) - 28:23.95 / 27:50.72
Yoshinori Oda (Team Toyota) - 28:26.04 / 27:53.55
Kensuke Takezawa (Team Sumitomo Denko) - 28:27.72 / 27:45.59
Masato Kihara (Team Kanebo) - 28:42.14 / 27:52.75
Yuichiro Ueno (DeNA) - 28:01.81 / 28:01.81
Shogo Nakamura (Komazawa Univ.) - 28:05.79 / 28:05.79
Shinobu Kubota (Team Toyota) - 28:07.54 / 28:07.01
Takuya Ishikawa (Team Chugoku Denryoku) - 28:17.74 / 28:09.49
Naoki Okamoto (Team Chugoku Denryoku) - 28:24.26 / 28:05.84

Men's 110 mH
Hideki Omuro (Tsukuba Univ.) - 13.58 / 13.54
Wataru Yazawa (Descente) - 13.59 / 13.59
Genta Masuno (Kokusai Budo Univ.) - 13.61 / 13.61
Hiroyuki Sato (Team Hitachi Kasei) - 13.61 / 13.61
Yutaro Furukawa (Team Kojima Press) - 13.65 / 13.65
Yuji Ohashi (Teikyo Kokusai Univ.) - 13.90 / 13.55

Men's 400 mH
Takayuki Kishimoto (Team Fujitsu) - 49.08 / 48.41
Yasuhiro Fueki (Team Aima) - 49.31 / 49.31
Yuta Imazeki (Shibuya Makuhari H.S.) - 49.42 / 49.27
Takatoshi Abe (Descente) - 49.57 / 49.46
Yuki Matsushita (Mizuno) - 49.71  49.71

Men's 3000 mSC
Jun Shinoto (Team Sanyo Tokushu Seiko) - 8:32.89 / 8:32.89
Tsuyoshi Takeda (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 8:33.48 / 8:33.48
Minato Yamashita (Team NTN) - 8:33.57 / 8:33.57
Aoi Matsumoto (Team Otsuka Seiyaku) - 8:33.82 / 8:30.49
Masatoshi Kikuchi (Team Fujitsu) - 8:40.18 / 8:37.71
Hiroyoshi Umegae (Team NTN) - 8:42.99 / 8:34.96

Women's 100 m
Chisato Fukushima (Hokkaio Hi-Tec AC) - 11.38 / 11.21 - NR
Mayumi Watanabe (Team Toho Ginko) - 11.49 / 11.44
Anna Doi (Daito Bunka Univ.) - 11.57 / 11.43
Nodoka Seko (Team Crane) - 11.64 / 11.64
Sayaka Adachi (Oita Oginodai H.S.) - 11.66 / 11.66
Saori Kitakaze (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 11.71 / 11.42

Women's 200 m
Chisato Fukushima (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 23.25 / 22.89 - NR
Mayumi Watanabe (Team Toho Ginko) - 23.35 / 23.35
Yuki Jinbo (Tsukuba Univ.) - 23.65 / 23.65
Kana Ichikawa (Mizuno) - 23.74 / 23.51
Seika Aoyama (Matsue Shogyo H.S.) - 23.78 / 23.78

Women's 400 m
Haruka Sugiura (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) - 52.52 / 52.52
Seika Aoyama (Matsue Shogyo H.S.) - 53.40 / 53.40
Sayaka Aoki (Team Toho Ginko) - 53.56 / 53.40
Asami Chiba (Team Toho Ginko) - 53.76 / 51.75
Aki Odagiri (Ritsumeikan Univ.) - 53.79 / 53.79
Miho Shingu (Fukushima Univ.) - 54.17 / 53.66

Women's 800 m
Fumika Omori (Nihon Univ.) - 2:03.96 / 2:03.96
Miho Ito (Juntendo Univ.) - 2:04.27 / 2:04.27
Manami Mashita (Team Cerespo) - 2:04.61 / 2:03.52
Ruriko Kubo (Team Edion) - 2:05.32 / 2:01.90
Akari Kishikawa (Hasegawa AC) - 2:05.73 / 2:03.34

Women's 1500 m
Ayako Jinnouchi (Team Kyudenko) - 4:10.08 / 4:10.08
Saki Yoshimizu (Team Univ. Ent.) - 4:16.38 / 4:15.98
Misaki Tanabe (Team Mitsui Sumitomo Kaijo) - 4:16.70 / 4:16.70
Azusa Sumi (Toyokawa H.S.) - 4:17.49 / 4:17.49
Chikako Mori (Daito Bunka Univ.) - 4:17.76 / 4:17.76

Women's 5000 m
Grace Kimanzi (Kenya/Team Starts) - 15:17.43 / 15:17.43
Felista Wanjugu (Kenya/Team Univ. Ent.) - 15:21.57 / 15:15.27
Rosemary Wanjiru (Team Starts) - 15:30.41 / 15:30.41
Misaki Onishi (Team Sekisui Kagaku) - 15:21.73 / 15:21.73
Riko Matsuzaki (Team Sekisui Kagaku) - 15:22.67 / 15:22.67
Kasumi Nishihara (Team Yamada Denki) - 15:26.61 / 15:23.80
Yuika Mori (Team Yamada Denki) - 15:26.80 / 15:26.80
Shiho Takechi (Team Yamada Denki) - 15:29.85 / 15:29.85
Akari Ota (Team Tenmaya) - 15:30.82 / 15:30.82
Ayuko Suzuki (Team JP Post) - 15:31.45 / 15:31.45
Yukari Abe (Team Shimamura) - 15:33.25 / 15:33.25
Natsuko Goto (Team Univ. Ent.) - 15:34.85 / 15:34.85

Women's 10000 m
Ayumi Hagiwara (Team Uniqlo) - 31:45.29 / 31:45.29
Kasumi Nishihara (Team Yamada Denki) - 31:53.69 / 31:53.69
Eri Makikawa (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 32:00.25 / 32:00.25
Yuka Takashima (Team Denso) - 32:06.70 / 32:06.70
Sayuri Oka (Team Daihatsu) - 32:06.79 / 32:06.79
Yuko Shimizu (Team Sekisui Kagaku) - 32:07.70 / 31:43.25
Yuko Mizuguchi (Team Denso) - 32:10.15 / 32:10.15
Risa Takenaka (Team Shiseido) - 32:10.66 / 32:10.66
Chieko Kido (Canon AC Kyushu) - 32:11.21 / 32:11.21
Mao Kiyota (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 32:12.27 / 32:12.27
Kotomi Takayama (Team Sysmex) - 32:15.20 / 32:15.20
Miho Ihara (Team Sekisui Kagaku) - 32:15.42 / 32:15.42
Yurie Doi (Team Starts) - 32:16.05 / 32:16.05
Kaoru Nagao (Team Univ. Ent.) - 32:22.06 / 32:10.46

Women's 100 mH
Hitomi Shimura (Saga T&F Assoc.) - 13.02 / 13.02
Ayako Kimura (Team Edion) - 13.03 / 13.03
Eriko Soma (Team Starts) - 13.22 / 13.22
Airi Ito (Team Sumitomo Denko) - 13.27 / 13.27
Masumi Aoki (Int'l Pacific Univ.) - 13.36 / 13.36
Mami Ishino (Hasegawa AC) - 13.71 / 13.08
Yuka Nomura (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 13.78 / 13.21

Women's 400 mH
Satomi Kubokura (Niigata Albirex RC) - 56.33 / 55.34 - NR
Manami Kira (Team Art Home) - 56.63 / 56.63
Sayaka Aoki (Team Toho Ginko) - 57.28 / 55.94
Haruka Shibata (Mizuno) - 57.95 / 57.68
Manaho Sugiyama (Fukuoka Univ.) - 58.02 / 58.02
Miyabi Tado (Nishi Sports) - 58.66 / 55.99
Makiko Yoshida (Team Toho Ginko) - 59.23 / 55.89

Women's 3000 mSC
Misaki Sango (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 9:50.40 / 9:50.40
Yoshika Arai (SMTC) - 9:58.22 / 9:53.87
Chikako Mori (Daito Bunka Univ.) - 9:58.98 / 9:58.98
Minori Hayakari (Kyoto Koka AC) - 10:00.75 / 9:33.93 - NR
Misato Horie (Team Noritz) - 10:04.07 / 10:02.24

Men's High Jump
Naoto Tobe (Chiba T&F Assoc.) - 2.31 m / 2.31 m
Takashi Eto (Tsukuba Univ.) - 2.28 m / 2.28 m
Hiromi Takahari (Hitachi ICT) - 2.25 m / 2.25 m
Taira Omata (Mizuno) - 2.22 m / 2.22 m
Ryo Sato (Tokai Univ.) - 2.21 m / 2.21 m
Hikaru Tsuchiya (Monteroza) - 2.17 m / 2.25 m

Men's Pole Vault
Seito Yamamoto (Team Toyota) - 5.75 m / 5.75 m
Daichi Sawano (Team Fujitsu) - 5.70 m / 5.83 m - NR
Hiroki Ogita (Mizuno) - 5.70 m / 5.70 m
Shota Doi (Mitoyo T&F Assoc.) - 5.41 m / 5.41 m
Tomoki Yamamoto (Nittai Univ.) - 5.40 m / 5.40 m
Hiroki Sasase (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 5.40 m / 5.50 m

Men's Long Jump
Yohei Sugai (Mizuno) - 7.98 m / 8.10 m
Kota Minemura (Tsukuba Univ.) - 7.93 m / 7.93 m
Rikiya Saruyama (Monteroza) - 7.87 m / 8.05 m
Yuhi Oiwa (Monteroza) - 7.86 m / 7.86 m
Shinichiro Shimono (Team Kyudenko) - 7.84 m / 8.08 m
Daisuke Arakawa (Noby) - 7.70 m / 8.09 m

Men's Triple Jump
Takayuki Tsunoyama (Monteroza) - 16.40 m / 16.40 m
Yohei Kajikawa (Hanshin Shuhan Group) - 16.36 m / 16.45 m
Daigo Hasegawa (Hitachi ICT) - 16.36 m / 16.36 m
Yuma Okabe (Team Kyudenko) - 16.30 m / 16.54 m
Shoichi Matsushita (Tsukuba Univ.) - 16.19 m / 16.25 m
Kazuyoshi Ishikawa (Life Message) - 16.01 m / 16.98 m

Men's Shot Put
Satoshi Hatase (Alsok) - 18.30 m / 18.56 m
Sotaro Yamada (Nishinomiya T&F Assoc.) - 17.89 m / 18.64 m
Ikuhiro Miyauchi (Nihon Univ.) - 17.82 m / 17.82 m
Hayato Yamamoto (Chukyo Univ.) - 17.68 m / 17.88 m
Masahira Sato (Kokushikan Univ.) - 17.21 m / 17.21 m
Takanao Suzuki (Okuwa) - 17.19 m / 17.25 m
Yohei Murakawa (Osaka Meiyu Club) - 16.68 m / 18.43 m
Tadashi Ohashi (Ishin Koen AC) - 16.46 m / 17.94 m

Men's Discus Throw
Yuji Tsutsumi (Alsok) - 59.21 m / 59.21 m
Shigeo Yatakeyama (Zeirin) - 56.90 m / 60.10 m
Kengo Anbo (Tokai Univ.) - 55.79 m / 55.79 m
Shigeyuki Maisawa (Tokai Univ.) - 55.18 m / 55.18 m
Shiro Kobayashi (Niigata Albirex RC) - 55.11 m / 57.18 m
Kazumasa Yomogida (Kokushikan Univ.) - 52.35 m / 56.83 m

Men's Hammer Throw
Koji Murofushi (Mizuno) - 78.03 m / 84.86 m - NR
Hiroshi Noguchi (Alsok) - 72.43 m / 72.43 m
Hiroki Ako (Tottori T&F Assoc.) - 68.96 m / 68.96 m
Toru Tanaka (Mizuno) - 68.59 m / 68.59 m
Hiroaki Doi (Ryutsu Keizai Univ.) - 68.21 m / 74.08 m

Men's Javelin Throw
Yukifumi Murakami (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 85.96 m / 85.96 m
Ryohei Arai (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 85.48 m / 85.48 m
Genki Dean (Mizuno) - 80.15 m / 84.28 m
Yuya Koriki (Tottori T&F Assoc.) - 77.84 m / 77.84 m
Kohei Hasegawa (Osaka Taiiku Univ.) - 76.75 m / 76.75 m

Women's High Jump
Miyuki Fukumoto (Konan Gakuen H.S.) - 1.92 m / 1.92 m
Marina Munekane (Chukyo Univ.) - 1.82 m / 1.82 m
Yuki Watanabe (Mirai to Techno) - 1.80 m / 1.80 m
Azumi Maeda (Kobe Kotairen) - 1.78 m / 1.80 m
Moeko Kyoya (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 1.76 m / 1.76 m

Women's Pole Vault
Tomomi Abiko (Shiga Lake Stars) - 4.33 m / 4.40 m - NR
Miho Imano (Toelle) - 4.15 m / 4.15 m
Megumi Nakada (Ibaraki Meiyu Club) - 4.10 m / 4.23 m
Kanae Tatsuta (Mukogawa Joshi Univ.) - 4.10 m / 4.10 m
Tomoko Sumiishi (NSSMC) - 4.01 m / 4.10 m

Women's Long Jump
Yurina Hiraka (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 6.45 m / 6.45 m
Hitomi Nakano (Tsukuba Univ.) - 6.39 m / 6.44 m
Mao Igarashi (Fukushima Univ.) - 6.32 m / 6.32 m
Kaede Miyasaka (Yokohama Kokuritsu Univ.) - 6.22 m / 6.22 m
Misa Tanaka (Chukyo Univ.) - 6.20 m / 6.20 m

Women's Triple Jump
Fumiyo Yoshida (Koriyama Joshi Univ.) - 13.26 m / 13.50 m
Eri Sakamoto (Hosei Univ.) - 13.17 m / 13.17 m
Mei Yamane (Sonoda Gakuen Joshi Univ.) - 13.07 m / 13.07 m
Waka Maeda (Peek) - 13.02 m / 13.10 m
Kaeda Miyasaka (Yokoyama Kokuritsu Univ.) - 13.02 m / 13.02 m
Sayuri Takeda (Hokkaido Hi-Tec AC) - 12.72 m / 13.25 m

Women's Shot Put
Yukiko Shirai (Shiga T&F Assoc.) - 15.65 m / 16.00 m
Chiaki Yokomizo (Saitama T&F Assoc.) - 15.51 m / 15.51 m
Chihiro Shigeyama (Kokushikan Univ.) - 15.29 m / 15.29 m
Eriko Nakata (Chukyo Univ.) - 15.24 m / 15.24 m
Erina Fukutomi (Sonoda Gakuen Joshi Univ.) - 15.23 m / 15.23 m

Women's Discus Throw
Ayumi Takahashi (S.T.T.) - 54.17 m / 54.22 m
Ai Shikimoto (Kokushikan Univ.) - 53.48 m / 53.48 m
Eriko Nakata (Chukyo Univ.) - 51.31 m / 51.32 m
Marika Tokai (I Most) - 50.28 m / 50.28 m
Yukiko Ono (Kokushikan Univ.) - 49.55 m / 50.45 m
Nozomi Kusaka (Ibaraki Meiyu Club) - 48.57 m / 51.49 m

Women's Hammer Throw
Masumi Aya (Maruzen Kogyo) - 65.03 m / 67.26 m
Akane Watanabe (Momotaro) - 60.67 m / 60.67 m
Mika Takekawa (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 60.63 m / 60.63 m
Hitomi Katsuyama (Tsukuba Univ.) - 60.56 m / 60.56 m
Haruno Chinen (NTS) - 60.20 m / 60.20 m

Women's Javelin Throw
Yuki Ebihara (Suzuki Hamamatsu AC) - 62.82 m / 62.83 m - NR
Kiho Kuze (Tsukuba Univ.) - 58.98 m / 58.98 m
Risa Miyashita (Osaka Taiiku Univ.) - 58.32 m / 60.08 m
Marina Saito (Kokushikan Univ.) - 56.76 m / 56.76 m
Minami Kajihara (Kunei Joshi Gakuin H.S.) - 56.01 m / 56.01 m
Yuka Sato (Higashi Osaka Univ.) - 54.68 m / 59.22 m
Haruka Matoba (Osaka Taiiku Univ.) - 53.56 m / 58.93 m

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