Tomiaki Fukuda

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Tomiaki Fukuda
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Fukuda at the 1965 World Championships
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Born (1941-12-19) December 19, 1941 (age 79)
Sport Freestyle wrestling
Medal record
Representing Flag of Japan.svg  Japan
World Championships
Gold medal icon (G initial).svg 1965 Manchester -57 kg

Tomiaki Fukuda (福田 富昭, Fukuda Tomiaki, born December 19, 1941) [1] is a Japanese sports official and retired freestyle wrestler who won the world bantamweight title in 1965. [2] He is vice president of the Japanese Olympic Committee, where he heads the National Training Center Commission. He is also president of Japan Wrestling Federation and vice president of the International Federation of Associated Wrestling (FILA). [3] He served as chef de mission for the Japanese teams at the 2008 Summer Olympics and 2005 East Asian Games. [4]

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  1. 福田富昭.
  2. Fukuda, Tomiaki (JPN).
  3. Tomiaki FUKUDA.
  4. Executives of the JOC.