Tomoaki Koyama

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Japanese name
Kanji 小山 朋昭
Kana こやま ともあき

Tomoaki Koyama (小山 朋昭, Koyama Tomoaki, born October 4, 1971 in Tokyo, Japan) is a Japanese pair skater who now works as an ISU Technical Specialist. Competing with Rena Inoue, he placed 14th in the 1992 Winter Olympic Games. They are two-time Japanese National Champions. He also competed as a single skater.

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Competitive highlights

Men's singles

International
Event84–8585–8686–8787–8888–8989–9090–9191–9292–9393–94
Nations Cup 12th
NHK Trophy 6th
International: Junior
Junior Worlds 12th10th12th11th10th
National
Japan 2nd
Japan Junior 3rd1st2nd2nd2nd1st

Pairs with Inoue

International
Event1989–901990–911991–92
Winter Olympics 14th
World Championships 15th
International de Paris 7th
NHK Trophy 7th
International: Junior
World Junior Championships 7th
National
Japan Championships 1st1st

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