Midori Fumoto

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Midori Fumoto was a Japanese long-distance runner. She has belonged DEODEO Athletic Club for Women. In 1992 she set a record for best time in a half marathon, one hour 9 minutes 38 seconds, the record stood for 18 years before being broken by Lisa Jane Weightman.[1]

Achievements[edit]

Year Tournament Venue Result Event
1992 International Chiba Ekiden Chiba, Japan 1st Ekiden - as the 1st runner of Japan national team
1993 Beijing International Ekiden Beijing 4th Ekiden - as the 3rd runner of Japan national team
1995 International Chiba Ekiden Chiba, Japan 1st Ekiden - as the 6th runner of Japan national team
1998 Chugoku Women's Ekiden Hiroshima, Japan 1st Ekiden - as the 5th runner of DEODEO
1999 Chugoku Women's Ekiden Hiroshima, Japan 2nd Ekiden - as the 5th runner of DEODEO
2000 Nagoya International Women's Marathon Nagoya, Japan 4th Marathon
Chugoku Women's Ekiden Hiroshima, Japan 1st Ekiden - as the 1st runner of DEODEO
All Japan Women's Ekiden Gifu, Japan 6th Ekiden - as the 6th runner of DEODEO
2001 All Japan Women's Ekiden Gifu, Japan 5th Ekiden - as the 4th runner of DEODEO
2002 Chugoku Women's Ekiden Hiroshima, Japan 5th Ekiden - as the 4th runner of DEODEO

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kemp, Greg (4 July 2010). "Hunt, Weightman take half marathon glory". GoldCoast.com. Retrieved 31 December 2010.