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National Championships Entry Lists (updated)

Updated to include DNS announced 6/15

Entry lists are out for the June 24-27 National Championships in Osaka. It's been a season that has seen the JAAF gaming the system with multiple high-scoring meets with little to no international competition, boosting multiple Japanese athletes into the quotas on points in events where Japan has historically had only one athlete every few Olympics. Coming in just under the deadline for Olympic qualification, Nationals are the last chance for two dozen of those athletes to score enough points to scrape by onto the home soil Olympic team. 

Some events have already been held separately, but below are entry list highlights for the events that will happen in Osaka. Times listed are the athlete's best time within the Nationals qualifying period. Olympic standards are listed in parentheses after the event name. Athletes in italics are currently inside or within 5 points of the quote without having hit the Olympic qualifying standard in their event. Complete entry lists are available here.

Sprints

Men's 100 m (10.05)
Ryota Yamagata - 9.95 - NR
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown - 9.97
Yuki Koike - 9.98
Shuhei Tada - 10.01
Yoshihide Kiryu  - 10.01
Aska Cambridge - 10.03
Ryuichiro Sakai - 10.12
Soshi Mizukubo  - 10.14
Akihiro Higashida - 10.18
Bruno Dede - 10.20

Women's 100 m (11.15)
Mei Kodama - 11.35
Midori Mikase - 11.46
Remi Tsuruta - 11.48
Anna Doi - 11.52
Chiaki Nagura - 11.55
Yu Ishikawa - 11.56
Hanae Aoyama - 11.56
Hina Ishido - 11.56
Maki Wada - 11.57
Rinka Maekawa - 11.58

Men's 200 m (20.24)
Abdul Hakim Sani Brown  - 20.08
Yuki Koike - 20.24
Kirara Shiraishi - 20.27
Shota Iizuka - 20.29
Yoshihide Kiryu - 20.39
Jun Yamashita - 20.40
Akira Matsumoto - 20.57
Akihiro Higashida - 20.60
Keigo Yasuda - 20.61
Koki Kasatani - 20.65

Women's 200 m (22.80)
Remi Tsuruta - 23.17
Mei Kodama - 23.44
Ami Saito - 23.62
Hina Ishido - 23.67
Maki Wada - 23.70
Aiko Iki - 23.71
Sayumi Yoshida - 23.73
Saki Takashima - 23.76
Sayaka Oishi - 23.87
Abigail Fuka Ido - 23.79

Men's 400 m (44.90)
Julian Walsh - 45.13
Kentaro Sato - 45.61
Kakeru Yamaki - 45.69
Mizuki Obuchi - 45.78
Rikuya Ito - 45.83
Daichi Inoue - 45.83
Aoto Suzuki - 45.94
Kazushi Kimura - 45.96
Kaito Kawabata - 46.03
Fuga Sato - 46.04

Women's 400 m (51.35)
Seika Aoyama - 52.38
Saki Takashima - 53.31
Nanako Matsumoto - 53.31
Mayu Kobayashi - 53.55
Ayaka Kawata - 53.61
Natsumi Kawasaki - 53.89
Haruna Kuboyama - 53.94
Airi Oshima - 53.96
Yuna Iwata - 53.97
Konomi Takeishi - 53.97

Middle ・ Long Distance

Men's 800 m (1:45.20)
Sho Kawamoto - 1:46.33
Hiroki Minamoto - 1:46.50
Allon Tatsunami Clay - 1:46.59
Taichi Ichino - 1:47.02
Junya Matsumoto - 1:47.02
Daichi Setoguchi - 1:47.28
Mikuto Kaneko - 1:47.30
Kazuyoshi Tamogami - 1:47.68
Daiki Nemoto - 1:47.94
Kenta Umetani - 1:47.97

Women's 800 m (1:59.50)
Ran Urabe - 2:02.74
Yuma Kitamura - 2:03.05
Nozomi Tanaka - 2:03.19
Ayaka Kawata - 2:03.35
Ayano Shiomi - 2:03.73
Yuki Hirota - 2:04.48
Sarina Hillier - 2:04.73
Airi Ikezaki - 2:05.75
Erina Hosoi - 2:05.97
Fumika Omori - 2:06.16

Men's 1500 m (3:35.00)
Nanami Arai - 3:37.05 - NR
Masaki Toda - 3:37.90
Kazuki Kawamura - 3:38.83
Kazuto Iizawa - 3:38.94
Keisuke Morita - 3:39.37
Keita Sato - 3:40.36
Ryoji Tatezawa - 3:40.73
Shoma Funatsu - 3:41.11
Rikuto Iijima - 3:41.54
Riku Kimura - 3:41.85

Women's 1500 m (4:04.20)
Nozomi Tanaka - 4:05.27
Ran Urabe - 4:11.75
Yume Goto - 4:13.24
Saki Katagihara - 4:13.82
Mizuki Michishita - 4:15.33
Nanaka Yonezawa - 4:15.62
Tomomi Musembi Takamatsu - 4:16.52
Aisha Dosei - 4:17.81
Akane Yabushita - 4:17.88
Maya Iino - 4:18.02

Men's 5000 m (13:13.50)
Yuta Bando - 13:18.49
Hyuga Endo - 13:18.99
Hideyuki Tanaka - 13:22.72
Hiroki Matsueda - 13:24.29
Yamato Yoshii - 13:26.87
Taku Fujimoto - 13:27.34
Takashi Ichida - 13:27.73
Akira Aizawa - 13:29.47
Hazuma Hattori - 13:29.65
Yuhei Urano - 13:30.41
Amos Kurgat - 13:21.39 (pacer)
Jackson Kavesa - 13:22.58 (pacer)

Women's 5000 m (15:10.00)
Hitomi Niiya - 14:55.83
Ririka Hironaka - 14:59.37
Nozomi Tanaka - 15:00.01
Kaede Hagitani - 15:05.78
Sayaka Sato - 15:16.52
Mikuni Yada - 15:19.67
Tomoka Kimura - 15:19.99
Minami Yamnouchi - 15:23.01
Kazumi Nishihara - 15:23.88
Momoka Kawaguchi - 15:24.24
Cynthia Mbaire - 15:07.13 (pacer)
Naomi Muthoni Kariuki - 15:08.07 (pacer)

Hurdles

Men's 110 mH (13.32)
Taio Kanai - 13.16 - NR
Shunya Takayama - 13.25
Shunsuke Izumiya - 13.30
Rachid Muratake - 13.35
Shuhei Ishikawa - 13.39
Shusei Nomoto - 13.45
Wataru Yazawa - 13.51
Ryo Tokuoka - 13.55
Ryota Fujii - 13.57
Genta Masuno - 13.59

Women's 100 mH (12.84)
Masumi Aoki - 12.87 - NR
Asuka Terada - 12.87 - NR
Miho Suzuki - 13.00
Ayako Kimura - 13.11
Chisato Kiyoyama - 13.13
Mako Fukube - 13.13
Yumi Tanaka - 13.18
Hitomi Shimura - 13.20
Hitomi Nakajima - 13.20
Yuri Okubo - 13.21

Men's 400 mH (48.90)
Kazuki Kurokawa - 48.68
Takatoshi Abe - 48.80
Hiromu Yamauchi - 48.84
Masaki Toyoda - 48.87
Ryo Kajika - 48.92
Keisuke Nozawa - 49.08
Tatsuhiro Yamamoto - 49.12
Yuki Yamashita - 49.23
Takayuki Kishimoto - 49.38
Kyohie Yoshida - 49.40

Women's 400 mH (55.40)
Aisha Ibrahim - 56.50
Eri Utsunomiya - 56.50
Moeka Sekimoto - 56.96
Akiko Ito - 57.09
Ami Yamamoto - 57.43
Satsuki Umehara - 57.70
Mizuna  Ono - 57.73
Rui Tsugawa - 57.85
Mayu Siato - 57.88
Karen Yokota - 58.00

Men's 3000 mSC (8:22.00)
Ryuji Miura - 8:17.45 - NR
Kosei Yamaguchi - 8:22.39
Ryohei Sakaguchi - 8:23.93
Ryoma Aoki - 8:25.85
Kazuya Shiojiri - 8:27.25
Yasunari Kusu - 8:28.01
Seiya Shigeno - 8:31.88
Taisei Ogino - 8:34.11
Hironori Tsuetaki - 8:35.21
Yusuke Uchikoshi - 8:35.39

Women's 3000 mSC (9:30.00)
Yuno Yamanaka - 9:46.72
Yukari Ishikawa - 9:48.76
Reimi Yoshimura - 9:49.30
Chikako Mori - 9:50.67
Yui Yabuta - 9:52.19
Yuzu Nishide - 9:55.01
Yumi Yoshikawa - 9:58.12
Yuki Akiyama - 9:58.31
Soyoka Segawa - 9:58.81
Nana Sato - 9:56.95

Jumps

Men's High Jump (2.33 m)
Naoto Tobe - 2.35 m - NR
Tomohiro Shinno - 2.31 m
Takashi Eto - 2.30 m
Ryoichi Akamatsu - 2.28 m
Keitaro Fujita - 2.28 m
Ryo Sato - 2.27 m

Women's High Jump (1.96 m)
Natsumi Aoyama - 1.78 m
Sakura Aoi - 1.78 m
Natsumi Kanda - 1.78 m 
Moe Takeuchi - 1.78 m
Reina Takeyama - 1.78 m

Men's Pole Vault (5.80 m)
Seito Yamamoto - 5.71 m
Masaki Ejima - 5.71 m
Daichi Sawano - 5.71 m
Takuma Ishikawa -- 5.70 m
Kosei Takekawa - 5.65 m

Women's Pole Vault (4.70 m)
Misaki Morota - 4.30 m
Kanae Tatsuta - 4.30 m
Mayu Nasu - 4.25 m
Rena Tanaka - 4.15 m
Ayako Henmi - 4.15 m

Men's Long Jump (8.22 m)
Shotaro Shioryama - 8.40 m - NR
Yuki Hashioka - 8.32 m
Hibiki Tsuha - 8.23 m
Koki Fujihara - 8.12 m
Natsuki Yamakawa - 8.04 m

Women's Long Jump (6.82 m)
Sumire Hata - 6.65 m
Hitomi Nakano - 6.42 m
Yuki Azuma - 6.41 m
Ayaka Kora - 6.35 m
Nagisa Yamamoto - 6.31 m

Men's Triple Jump (17.14 m)
Ryoma Yamamoto - 16.85 m
Hikaru Ikehata - 16.75 m
Yuki Yamashita - 16.57 m
Kohei Yamashita - 16.45 m
Riku Ito - 16.35 m

Women's Triple Jump (14.32 m)
Kanna Kawai - 13.65 m
Saki Kenmochi - 13.42 m
Mariko Morimoto - 13.32 m
Maoko Takashima - 13.04 m
Hina Tagami - 13.03 m

Throws

Men's Shot Put (21.10 m)
Daichi Morishita - 18.29 m
Daichi Nakamura - 18.20 m
Masahiro Sato - 18.20 m
Hikaru Murakami - 18.03 m
Shinichi Yukinaga - 17.85 m

Women's Shot Put (18.50 m)
Nanak Kori - 16.23 m
Fumika Ono - 16.04 m
Honoka Oyama - 15.51 m
Yuka Takahashi - 15.47 m
Fuyuko Oyamada - 15.46 m

Men's Discus Throw (66.00 m)
Yuji Tsutsumi - 62.59 m - NR
Shinichi Yukinaga - 60.69 m
Masateru Yugami - 59.69 m
Shigeyuki Maisawa - 56.88 m
Kosei Yamashita - 55.33 m

Women's Discus Throw (63.50 m)
Nanaka Kori - 59.03 m - NR
Maki Saito - 55.53 m
Minori Tsujikawa - 54.46 m
Akane Kawaguchi - 52.30 m
Natsumi Fujimori - 51.62 m

Men's Hammer Throw (77.50 m)
Ryota Kashimura - 71.50 m
Yudai Kimura - 71.21 m
Tatsuto Nakagawa - 71.10 m
Naoki Uematsu - 70.46 m
Takahiro Kobata - 70.23 m

Women's Hammer Throw (72.50 m)
Akane Watanabe - 65.49 m
Raika Murakami - 62.88 m
Hitomi Katsuyama - 62.47 m
Miharu Kodate - 61.87 m
Narumi Matsushima - 59.43 m

Men's Javelin Throw (85.00 m)
Roderick Genki Dean - 84.05 m
Takuto Kominami - 82.52 m
Ryohei Arai - 82.03 m
Kennosuke Sogawa - 81.73 m
Kenji Ogura - 81.53 m

Women's Javelin Throw (64.00 m)
Haruka Kitaguchi - 66.00 m - NR
Yuka Sato - 62.88 m
Momone Ueda - 61.75 m
Mikako Yamashita - 59.30 m
Orie Ushiro - 59.16 m

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