|Born||September 18, 1987|
|Height||1.77 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb)|
|Event(s)||4 × 400m Relay|
Yūzō Kanemaru (金丸 祐三, Kanemaru Yūzō, born 18 September 1987 in Takatsuki, Osaka) is a male Japanese sprinter. He set his 400 metres personal best at the 2009 Osaka Grand Prix, finishing in 45.16 seconds.
|2005||Asian Championships||Incheon, South Korea||1st||400 m||46.04|
|1st||4x400 m relay||3:03.51|
|2006||World Junior Championships||Beijing, China||7th||400 m||46.70|
|8th||4x400 m relay||3:16.61|
|World Cup||Athens, Greece||7th||4x400 m relay||3:04.67|
|Asian Games||Doha, Qatar||4th||400 m||46.47|
|4th||4x400 m relay||3:07.07|
|2007||World Championships||Osaka, Japan||–||400 m||DNF|
|2008||Olympic Games||Beijing, China||43rd (h)||400 m||46.39|
|2009||Universiade||Belgrade, Serbia||1st||400 m||45.68|
|3rd||4x400 m relay||3:06.46|
|World Championships||Berlin, Germany||38th (h)||400 m||46.83|
|Asian Championships||Guangzhou, China||2nd||400 m||46.60|
|1st||4x400 m relay||3:04.13|
|2010||Continental Cup||Split, Croatia||7th||400 m||45.95|
|Asian Games||Guangzhou, China||2nd||400 m||45.32|
|2nd||4x400 m relay||3:02.43|
|2011||Asian Championships||Kobe, Japan||3rd||400 m||46.38|
|3rd||4x400 m relay||3:04.72|
|World Championships||Daegu, South Korea||20th (sf)||400 m||46.11|
|13th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:02.64|
|2012||Olympic Games||London, England||28th (h)||400 m||46.01|
|12th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:03.86|
|2013||World Championships||Moscow, Russia||23rd (sf)||400 m||46.28|
|10th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:02.43|
|2014||World Indoor Championships||Sopot, Poland||10th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:12.63|
|IAAF World Relays||Nassau, Bahamas||10th||4x400 m relay||3:03.24|
|Continental Cup||Marrakech, Morocco||8th||400 m||48.08|
|Asian Games||Incheon, South Korea||4th||400 m||46.04|
|1st||4x400 m relay||3:01.88|
|2015||Asian Championships||Wuhan, China||3rd||4x400 m relay||3:03.47|
|World Championships||Beijing, China||37th (h)||400 m||45.65|
|15th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:02.97|
|2016||Olympic Games||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||47th (h)||400 m||48.38|
|2017||World Championships||London, United Kingdom||15th (h)||4x400 m relay||3:07.29|
|100 metres||10.32||Okayama, Japan||23 October 2005|
|200 metres||20.69||Yokohama, Japan||21 May 2006|
|300 metres||32.29||Izumo, Japan||19 April 2009|
|400 metres||45.16||Osaka, Japan||9 May 2009|
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