2021 Japan Championships in Athletics

Last updated
105th Japan Championships in Athletics
Edition105th
Dates24-27 June 2021
Host city Osaka, Japan
Venue Yanmar Stadium Nagai
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LevelSenior
TypeOutdoor
2020
2022

The 105th Japan Championships in Athletics (第105回日本陸上競技選手権大会, Dai 105 kai Nihon Rikujō Kyōgi Sensyuken Taikai) was held at Nagai Stadium in Osaka. Organised by JAAF, the four-day competition took place from 24-27 June and served as the national championships in track and field for the Japan. The competition intended also to serve as the qualifying trial for Japan at the 2020 Summer Olympics. [1] [2]

Contents

Results

Men

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Shuhei Tada
Sumitomo Electric
10.15 s Bruno Dede  [ de ]
Tokai University
10.19 s Ryota Yamagata
Seiko
10.27 s
200 metres Yuki Koike
Sumitomo Electric
20.46 s Bruno Dede
Tokai University
20.63 s Ryota Suzuki  [ de ]
Josai University
20.73 s
400 metres Kaito Kawabata
Mie Kyoin AC
45.75 s Kentaro Sato
Fujitsu
46.06 s Aoto Suzuki
Toyo University
46.48 s
800 metres Kazuyoshi Tamogami
Ami AC
1:46.68 min Mikuto Kaneko
Chuo University
1:46.86 min Sho Kawamoto
Suzuki
1:46.89 min
1500 metres Kazuki Kawamura
Toenec
3:39.18 min Keisuke Morita
Komori
3:39.59 min Shoma Funatsu
Kyudenko
3:39.99 min
5000 metres Hyuga Endo
Sumitomo Electric
13:28.67 min Hiroki Matsueda
Fujitsu
13:30.21 min Yuta Bando
Fujitsu
13:31.46 min
10,000 metres Tatsuhiko Ito
Honda
27:33.38 min Ren Tazawa
Komazawa University
27:39.21 min Mebuki Suzuki
Komazawa University
27:41.68 min
110 m hurdles Shunsuke Izumiya
Juntendo University
13.06 s NR Taio Kanai
Mizuno Corporation
13.22 s Shunya Takayama
Zenrin
13.37 s
400 m hurdles Kazuki Kurokawa
Hosei University
48.69 s Takatoshi Abe
Yamada Holdings
48.87 s Takayuki Kishimoto
Fujitsu
49.29 s
3000 m s'chase Ryuji Miura
Juntendo University
8:15.99 min NR Kosei Yamaguchi
Aisan Industry
8:19.96 min Ryoma Aoki
Honda
8:20.70 min
50 km walk Satoshi Maruo
Aichi Steel
3:38:42 h Hayato Katsuki
Physical Training School JSDF
3:42:34 h Kai Kobayashi
Niigata Albirex RC
3:43:31 h
High jump Naoto Tobe
Japan Airlines
2.30 m Tomohiro Shinno
Kyudenko
2.27 m Takashi Eto
Ajinomoto AGF
2.24 m
Pole vault Kosei Takekawa
Marumoto Sangyo
5.70 m Masaki Ejima
Tokio Marine & Nichido CS
5.60 m Takuma Ishikawa
Toyota
Seito Yamamoto
Toyota
5.60 m
Long jump Yuki Hashioka
Fujitsu
8.36 m CR Hibiki Tsuha
Otsuka Pharmaceutical
7.91 m Shotaro Shiroyama
Zenrin
7.90 m
Triple jump Yuki Yamashita
Break Parking
16.12 m Yuto Adachi
Fukuoka University
16.04 m Hikaru Ikehata
Surugadai AC
15.96 m
Shot put Reiji Takeda
Tochigi Sports Association
18.64 m Masahira Sato
Niigata Albirex RC
18.04 m Hikaru Murakami
Nihon Taiiku Shisetu
17.90 m
Discus throw Yuji Tsutsumi
Alsok Gunma
59.29 m Masateru Yugami
Toyota
57.46 m Shinichi Yukinaga
Shikoku University
57.35 m
Hammer throw Shota Fukuda
Nihon University
71.37 m Ryota Kashimura
Yamada Holdings
69.77 m Yudai Kimura
Zenrin
68.82 m
Javelin throw Takuto Kominami
Somay-Q
80.88 m Genki Dean
Mizuno Corporation
79.94 m Kenji Ogura
Tochigi Sports Association
78.45 m
Decathlon Akihiko Nakamura
Suzuki
7833 pts Keisuke Okuda
Daiichi Gakuin
7768 pts Tsuyoshi Shimizu
Mie Rikukyo
7661 pts

Women

EventGoldSilverBronze
100 metres Mei Kodama
Fukuoka University
11.62 s Aiko Iki
Ritsumeikan University
11.64 s Chiaki Nagura
NTN Corporation
11.78 s
200 metres Mei Kodama
Fukuoka University
23.46 s Remi Tsuruta
MinamiKyushu FamilyMart
23.65 s Ami Saito
Osaka-Seikei University
23.70 s
400 metres Mayu Kobayashi
J.VIC
52.86 s Nanako Matsumoto
Toho Bank
53.35 s Seika Aoyama
Osaka Seikei AC
53.42 s
800 metres Ran Urabe
Sekisui Chemical
2:03.71 min Yuki Hirota
Niigata Albirex RC
2:04.18 min Nozomi Tanaka
Toyota Industries TC
2:04.47 min
1500 metres Nozomi Tanaka
Toyota Industries TC
4:08.39 min Ran Urabe
Sekisui Chemical
4:10.52 min Ayano Ide
Wacoal
4:13.49 min
5000 metres Ririka Hironaka
Japan Post
15:05.69 min Hitomi Niiya
Sekisui Chemical
15:13.73 min Nozomi Tanaka
Toyota Industries TC
15:18.25 min
10,000 metres Ririka Hironaka
Japan Post
31:11.75 min Yuka Ando
Wacoal
31:18.18 min Narumi Kobayashi
Meijo University
32:08.45 min
100 m hurdles Asuka Terada
Japan Create
13.09 s Chisato Kiyoyama
Ichigo Inc.
13.22 s Miho Suzuki
Hasegawa Sports Facilities
13.35 s
400 m hurdles Ami Yamamoto
Ritsumeikan University
57.30 s Eri Utsunomiya
Hasegawa Sports Facilities
57.83 s Ayesha Ibrahim
Mason Work
58.16 s
3000 m s'chase Yuno Yamanaka
Ehime Bank
9:41.84 min Reimi Yoshimura
Daito Bunka University
9:45.52 min Yui Yabuta
Otsuka Pharmaceutical
9:46.44 min
High jump Reina Takeyama
International Pacific University
1.78 m Moe Takeuchi
Tochigi Sports Association
1.78 m Misaki Okano
Saitama-Sakae-Oberschule
1.73 m
Pole vault Misaki Morota
Tochigi Sports Association
4.20 m Mayu Nasu
Kagotani
Rena Tanaka
Kagawa University
4.10 mNot awarded
Long jump Sumire Hata
Shibata Industrial
6.40 m Ayaka Kōra
Tsukuba University
6.30 m Maya Takeuchi
Team Mizuno Athletic
6.20 m
Triple jump Mariko Morimoto
Uchida Kensetsu AC
13.37 m Ayaka Kōra
Tsukuba University
13.03 m Saki Kenmochi
Hasegawa Sports Facilities
13.02 m
Shot put Nanaka Kori
Kyushu Kyoritsu University
16.01 m Fumika Ono
Saitama University
15.64 m Honoka Oyama
Imamura Hospital
15.18 m
Discus throw Maki Saito
Tokyo Women's College of Physical Education
52.89 m Minori Tsujikawa
Uchida Yoko AC
52.05 m Nanaka Kori
Kyushu Kyoritsu University
50.30 m
Hammer throw Akane Watanabe
Maruwa
66.24 m Hitomi Katsuyama
Orico
63.03 m Raika Murakami
Hirosaki-Jitsugyo-Oberschule
62.25 m
Javelin throw Haruka Kitaguchi
Japan Airlines
61.49 m Marina Saito
Suzuki
59.10 m Sae Takemoto
Osaka University of Health and Sport Sciences
57.95 m
Heptathlon Yuki Yamasaki
Suzuki
5909 pts Karin Odama
Nippon Sport Science University
5622 pts Nonoka Rito
Warabeya Nichiyo
5364 pts

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References

  1. "第 104 回日本陸上競技選手権大会 開催日程について". jaaf.or.jp (in Japanese). 2020-06-04. Retrieved 2020-11-23.
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