Olympic athlete Taizo Sugitani
Equestrian jumping athlete with the most participation in the Olympics
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Born June 27, 1976 / Born in Izumi City, Osaka Prefecture
Show jumping athlete.
Together with his grandfather, Koichi Kawaguchi, and father, Masayasu Sugitani, he has represented Japan in the Olympic equestrian competition for three generations, and in 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, he set a Japanese record for participating in six consecutive Olympic Games.
She started competing in equestrian competitions at the age of 6 and went on to win numerous prizes in Japan's top competitions, including winning the junior championship, the national polity championship, and the all-Japan championship, before moving to Europe at the age of 17. He studied under Henk Nooren, a former champion rider from the Netherlands, and moved his career to international competitions.
At the World Cup Finals held in Las Vegas in 2000, he placed 15th, the highest Japanese record ever, and at the 2010 World Championships in Kentucky, he ranked among the top 10 in the world, proving his ability.
Currently, he travels between Japan and Germany and continues to compete mainly in the world's highest level tournaments.
|London - London Avenzio 3 33rd place GBR - United Kingdom
|Rio de Janeiro - Rio de Janeiro Imothep 64th place / Team 13th place BRA - Brazil
|Beijing (Hong Kong) - Beijing (Hong Kong) California 45 | 29th CHN - Hong Kong
|Athens - Athens Lamalushi 15th place / Team 12th place GRC - Greece
|Sydney - Sydney Mania Jolly 25th place / Team 11th place AUS - Australia
|Atlanta - Atlanta Countryman 62nd place / Team 15th place USA - America
*15th place at the 2004 Athens Olympics was the highest place for a Japanese in the post-war period.
*The 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics set a Japanese record for participating in six consecutive Summer Olympics.
World Equestrian Games - World Championship
|Normandy - Normandy Avenzio 3 73rd place / Team 25th place FRA - France
|Kentucky - Kentucky Avenzio 3 10th place / Team 14th place USA - America
|Aachen - Aachen Obelix 55th place / Team 18th place GER - Germany
|Jerez de la Frontera - Jerez Lamalushi 21st place ESP - Spain
|Rome - Rome Mania Jolly 39th place / Team 14th place ITA - Italy
|The Hague - The Hague Countryman 66th place / Team 18th place NED - Netherlands
*At the 2010 Kentucky World Championships, he placed 5th in the individual finals and ranked in the top 10 in the world for the first time in his overall performance.
World Cup Final
|Las vegas - Las Vegas Caitano 34th place USA - America
|Las vegas - Las Vegas Mania Jolly 15th place USA - America
*15th place at the 2000 Las Vegas World Cup Finals was the highest place for a Japanese player.
Asian Games - Asian Games
|Incheon - Incheon Avenzio 3 3rd place / Team 3rd place KOR - South Korea