Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu

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Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu
吉松 義彦 Yoshimatsu Yoshihiko
Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu in 1952.jpg
After winning the All-Japan Championships in 1952
Born (1920-11-16)November 16, 1920
Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan
Died July 5, 1988(1988-07-05) (aged 67)
Japan
Native name 吉松 義彦 Yoshimatsu Yoshihiko
Style Judo
Rank Judo: 9th degree black belt
Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu
Medal record
Men's Judo
Competitor for  Japan
World Championships
Silver 1956 Tokyo Open
All-Japan Championships
Gold 1952 Open
Gold 1953 Open
Gold 1955 Open
Silver 1951 Open
Bronze 1948 Open

Yoshihiko Yoshimatsu (吉松 義彦 Yoshimatsu Yoshihiko?, born in Kagoshima, Japan November 16, 1920 - July 5, 1988) was a Japanese judoka. He received a silver medal at the 1956 World Judo Championships in Tokyo, behind winner Shokichi Natsui.[1] He won the All-Japan Judo Championships three times.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "World Judo Champions". Hickok Sports. Retrieved 2008-12-04.