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Tomoko Fukumi

 

Tomoko Fukumi

Tomoko Fukumi
Personal information
Born June 26, 1985
Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Japan
Alma mater Tsukuba University

Tomoko Fukumi (福見 友子 Fukumi Tomoko); born June 26, 1985 in Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, is a Japanese judoka from Tsukuba University.

Fukumi is a 4th dan in judo. She is the only judoka to have beaten Ryoko Tani twice. Later she won the gold medal in the extra-lightweight (-48 kg) division at the 2009 World Judo Championships. She is known for her seoinage, kouchigari, and newaza. In 2014, Fukumi took a year off to study abroad at Loughborough University.

External links

  • Profile at judoinside.com.


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