Tokushige Noto

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Tokushige Noto
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Born(1902-01-24)24 January 1902
Died4 January 1991(1991-01-04) (aged 88) [1]
Event(s)400 metres, 800 metres, and decathlon

Tokushige Noto (24 January 1902 4 January 1991) was a Japanese sprinter [2] who competed in the men's 400 metres, men's 800 metres, and the men's decathlon at the 1924 Summer Olympics [3] in Paris, France.

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