TONAKI Funa

1 Aug 1995
26
Female
SAGAMIHARA
 
Japan

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
JUD Judo Women -48 kg 2 Silver Medal

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Followed by
Nippon Budokan Judo Mat 1
JPN
TONAKI FTONAKI Funa
10
IPP
HUN
CSERNOVICZKI ECSERNOVICZKI Eva
0
Finished
Followed by
Nippon Budokan Judo Mat 1
JPN
TONAKI FTONAKI Funa
10s1
IPP
ARG
PARETO PPARETO Paula
0
Finished
Followed by
Nippon Budokan Judo Mat 1
UKR
BILODID DBILODID Daria
0s1
JPN
TONAKI FTONAKI Funa
10s2
IPP
Finished
Followed by
Nippon Budokan Judo Mat 1
KOS
KRASNIQI DKRASNIQI Distria
1
WAZ
JPN
TONAKI FTONAKI Funa
0
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

:
World Championships
YearLocation-48 kg
2019Tokyo, JPN2
2018Baku, AZE2
2017Budapest, HUN1

Asian Championships
YearLocation-48 kg
2017Hong Kong, CHN5

World Masters
YearLocation-48 kg
2021Doha, QAT2
2017St. Petersburg, RUS1

Grand Slam - Tally of rank achieved per season and event since 2017
YearEvent1st2nd3rd5th7th9th16th17th30th-33rd
2021-48 kg1x--------
2020-48 kg-1x-------
2019-48 kg2x--------
2018-48 kg1x--1x-----
2017-48 kg--1x------

Grand Prix - Tally of rank achieved per season and event since 2017
YearEvent1st2nd3rd5th7th8th9th10th15th-33rd
2019-48 kg1x--------
2018-48 kg--1x------
2017-48 kg1x--------

Grand Slam, Grand Prix & World Cup - Ten best performances since 2017
RankYearEventCompetitionLocation
12021-48 kgGrand SlamKazan, RUS
12019-48 kgGrand SlamOsaka, JPN
12019-48 kgGrand SlamDusseldorf, GER
12019-48 kgGrand PrixBudapest, HUN
12018-48 kgGrand SlamOsaka, JPN
12017-48 kgGrand PrixDusseldorf, GER
22020-48 kgGrand SlamDusseldorf, GER
32018-48 kgGrand PrixZagreb, CRO
32017-48 kgGrand SlamTokyo, JPN
52018-48 kgGrand SlamParis, FRA
:
Funachan (nikkansports.com, 30 Aug 2017)
:
Athlete, Office Worker
:
Sports Medicine - Teikyo University, Tokyo, JPN
:
Japanese
:
Park 24 [Japan]
:
Ryuji Sonoda [club], JPN; Katsuyuki Masuchi [national], JPN
:
She took up the sport at age nine in Sagamihara, Japan. (hochi.co.jp, 30 Aug 2017)
:
She would often watch mixed martial arts on television with her father, and became attracted to the sport. (hochi.co.jp, 30 Aug 2017)
:
To win gold at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (ryukyushimpo.jp, 13 Oct 2017)
:
In 2019 she was given the Kozuki Sports Award by the Kozuki Foundation in Japan. (tv-tokyo.co.jp, 04 Sep 2019)
Legend
:
Silver Medal
:
Gold Medal Event
:
Silver Medal Event
:
Bronze Medal Event
IPP:
Ippon
WAZ:
Waza-Ari
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