Mayumi Yamashita

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Mayumi Yamashita
Medal record
Competitor for  Japan
Women's Judo
Olympic Games
Bronze 2000 Sydney +78 kg
Asian Championships
Bronze 2000 Osaka +78 kg
East Asian Games
Silver 2001 Osaka Open
Universiade
Silver 1999 Palma Open

Mayumi Yamashita (山下 まゆみ Yamashita Mayumi?, born 22 November 1975) is a female Japanese judoka.

Yamashita is from Takayama, Gifu and began judo when she was in second grade.[1] After graduating from Tohwa University, she began working for the Osaka Prefectural Police.[1] In 2000, Yamashita won the All-Japan Championships and the All-Japan Weight Class Championships (全日本選抜柔道体重別選手権大会 Zennihon senbatsu jūdō taijūbetsu senshuken taikai?) and was chosen to represent Japan in the Olympics Games held in Sydney. There she defeated Christine Cicot by Osotogari to win a bronze medal.

Yamashita retired after the Kodokan Cup (講道館杯 Kōdōkan-hai?) competition in 2003.

Achievements[edit]

- All-Japan University Championships (Openweight only) 2nd
- All-Japan University Weight Class Championships (+78 kg) 3rd
  • 1998 - All-Japan Weight Class Championships (+78 kg) 2nd
  • 1999 - Fukuoka International Championships (+78 kg) 1st
- Universiade (Openweight) 2nd
- Asian Championships (+78 kg) 3rd
- Fukuoka International Championships (+78 kg) 3rd
- All-Japan Championships (Openweight only) 1st
- All-Japan Weight Class Championships (+78 kg) 1st
- Fukuoka International Championships (+78 kg) 3rd
- All-Japan Championships (Openweight only) 2nd
- All-Japan Weight Class Championships (+78 kg) 2nd
  • 2002 - All-Japan Weight Class Championships (+78 kg) 2nd

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "近代柔道 2000年7月号 解体意新書INTERVIEW 第16回-山下まゆみ-". Baseball Magazine Sha Co., Ltd. 2000-07-20.