HOKAZONO Jumpei

20 Mar 1991
30
Male
1.74/5'8''
HIOKI
 
Japan

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
SAL Sailing Men's Two Person Dinghy - 470 7

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Enoshima
Finished
Followed by
Enoshima
Finished
Zushi
Finished
Followed by
Zushi
Finished
Zushi
Finished
Followed by
Zushi
Finished
Zushi
Finished
Followed by
Zushi
Finished
Zushi
Finished
Followed by
Zushi
Finished
Enoshima
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

:
World Championships
RankEventYearLocation
64702018Aarhus, DEN
264702014Santander, ESP

Class World Championships
RankEventYearLocation
94702019Enoshima, JPN
114702021Vilamoura, POR
194702017Thessaloniki, GRE

Class North American Championships
RankEventYearLocation
54702017Miami, FL, USA
244702019Miami, FL, USA
254702020Miami, FL, USA

World Cup
RankEventYearLocation
14702019Enoshima, JPN
24702020Miami, FL, USA
34702018Marseille, FRA
44702019Genoa, ITA
54702018Gamagori, JPN
84702017Santander, ESP
104702019Miami, FL, USA
114702020Enoshima, JPN
114702019Marseille, FRA
124702018Hyeres, FRA
174702017Hyeres, FRA
184702017Miami, FL, USA
:
Athlete, Railway Worker
:
Japan University of Economics , Dazaifu, JPN
:
Japanese
:
JR Kyushu [Japan]
:
Kenichi Nakamura [national], JPN; Kenji Nakamura [national], JPN
:
He took up the sport in grade 10 at Kagoshima Commercial Senior High School in Japan. (sponichi.co.jp, 11 Feb 2020)
:
He got involved in sumo wrestling and athletics at primary school and middle school, respectively. He joined the sailing team at high school. "I just wanted to go fishing." (sponichi.co.jp, 11 Feb 2020; nikkansports.com, 25 Sep 2019)
:
To win gold at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. (nikkansports.com, 25 Sep 2019)
Legend
:
Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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