Koji Kimura

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Koji Kimura
Koji Kimura 1961.jpg
Personal information
Full name KIMURA Koji
Nationality  Japan
Born December 1940[1]

Koji Kimura (born December 1940) is a retired Japanese table tennis player who won four world titles between 1961 and 1967.[2] He is left-handed.[3]

After retiring from competitions Kimura worked as a sports functionary. He is a senior member of the Japanese Olympic Committee and vice president of the Japanese Table Tennis Association. [4] In 2014 he was elected to the Advisory Council of the International Table Tennis Federation.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Executives of the JOC. Japanese Olympic Committee
  2. ^ KIMURA Koji (JPN). ITTF_Database.
  3. ^ Zeitschrift DTS, 1995/3 p. 35
  4. ^ DTTB stiftet Nationaltrikot für den Japanbesuch der dsj. tischtennis.de. 31 August 2009
  5. ^ President Advisory Council (PAC). International Table Tennis Federation