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Doha World Championships Day Seven Japanese Results

A last-minute addition to the Japanese national team after days of confusion surrounding his qualification for the Doha World Championships, Asian decathlon champion Keisuke Ushiro was the only Japanese athlete in action on the seventh day of Championships competition. Leading the day off with his best two events, the 110 m hurdles and discus throw, the bottom-ranked Ushiro turned in a credible 16th-place overall placing that justified his presence in Doha.

Doha World Athletics Championships

Day Seven Japanese Results
Doha, Qatar, 3 Oct. 2019
complete results


Men's Decathlon
1. Niklas Kaul (Germany) - 8691
2. Maicel Uibo (Estonia) - 8604 - PB
3. Damian Warner (Canada) - 8529
16. Keisuke Ushiro (Japan) - 7565

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