AMIMOTO Mari

15 Nov 1988
32
Female
4.5
OSAKA
 
Japan
OSAKA
 
Japan

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
WBK Wheelchair Basketball Women 6

Schedule

Change
Start Time Location Event Status
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
AUS
Australia
47
JPN
Japan
73
Finished
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
JPN
Japan
54
GBR
Great Britain
48
Finished
Ariake Arena
CAN
Canada
61
JPN
Japan
35
Finished
Ariake Arena
JPN
Japan
54
GER
Germany
59
Finished
Ariake Arena
NED
Netherlands
82
JPN
Japan
24
Finished
Ariake Arena
CAN
Canada
68
JPN
Japan
49
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

:
RankEventYearLocation
Paralympic Games
4Women2008Beijing, CHN
World Championships
6Women2006Amsterdam, NED
7Women2010Birmingham, GBR
9Women2014Toronto, ON, CAN
Asian Para Games
2Women2018Jakarta, INA
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Marichan (1242.com, 19 Jul 2018)
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Athlete, Office Worker
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Osaka International University , Japan
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English, Japanese
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Cocktail [Japan]
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Hiroshi Iwano [club], JPN; Yoshiaki Iwasa [national], JPN
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Forward (1242.com, 19 Jul 2018)
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She began playing wheelchair basketball in grade five of primary school, and took up the sport competitively in grade 10 of high school. (Cyber Sports YouTube channel, 09 May 2021)
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Her friend asked her to play mini-basketball in grade three of primary school, and then she was introduced to wheelchair basketball by her mother who wanted to see her daughter continue basketball. She decided to become a wheelchair basketball player when she participated in a training camp in Australia where she had friendly matches with players from different countries. (Cyber Sports YouTube channel, 09 May 2021)
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To win gold at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. (1242.com, 19 Jul 2018)
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Her mother. (Para Do YouTube channel, 13 Jun 2018)
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"It is better to regret doing something than not doing something." (Cyber Sports YouTube channel, 09 May 2021)
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She was named Most Valuable Player at the 2020 Empress's Cup in Japan. (yomiuri.co.jp, 13 Jan 2020; jwbf.gr.jp, 13 Jan 2020)

She was named an All Star Five Player at the Asia-Oceania Championship in 2011, 2013 and 2015. (global-wifi.com, 15 Oct 2015)

She was named an All Star Five Player at the 2011 U25 World Championship in St. Catharines, ON, Canada. (global-wifi.com, 15 Oct 2015)
Legend
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Gold Medal Event
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Silver Medal Event
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Bronze Medal Event
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