Shinichi Shinohara Judoka

Shinichi Shinohara

Shinichi Shinohara

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:23 January 1973 (47 years)
  • Popularity
Shinichi Shinohara is a Japanese TV phenomenon but most over 2000 Olympic finallist against David Douillet and 1999 World Champion. Won 5 World Championships medals. Was coach of the Japanese team. Nowadays very popular in TV shows and films.
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Twitter shifting to insta also in judo

2 Feb 2016 12:30

Judoka travel a lot, are used to go public and communicate a lot during travelling and to get funding for their activities. One of the most popular social media besides Facebook has always been twitter. But also among the top twitter accounts, twitter isn’t that popular anymore. Read more


Shinichi Shinohara is a popular commercial outlet

27 Jun 2015 10:15

Japanese Olympic silver medallist of the 2000 Olympic Games has become an icon in Japan. The tall Shinohara is now a celebroty and stars many premiers, talks shows and nowadays also at a wall of a massive indoor spa complex in Osaka. Shinohara acts in a new commercial as a Titan breaching the walls. IAn accompanying poster mimics theAttack on Titan live-action film poster. Read more


Throwback to a controversial win Douillet vs Shinohara

22 Sep 2000 22:45

One became Minister of Sports, the other TV celeb, the final of the Sydney Olympic Games between David Douillet of France and Shinichi Shinohara was a legendary and controversial match. Exactly 15 years later JudoInside looks back to that day at 22 September 2000, drawn up by Barnaby Chesterman on behalf of The World of Judo Magazine. Read more


Report World Championships Birmingham Day 4

10 Oct 1999 22:30

This day at the World Championships in Birmingham was always going to be dominated by the diminutive Ryoko Tamura (JPN) and she delivered in emphatic fashion. Tamura was electric all day. A constant bundle of energy she stormed to her fourth consecutive world title at one weight category (-48kg), thus equalling a record set by the great Ingrid Bergmans. When Tamura clinched her gold medal with a unanimous decision in the final, the clamour of Japanese photographers eager to snap their national darling threatened to delay the remaining finals. Read more


Japan Sweeps Athlete of the Year and Ippon Trophy Titles in Birmingham

10 Oct 1999 18:10

On the final day of the 1999 World Judo Championships at the National Indoor Arena, the International Judo Federation announced the winners of the IJF Athlete of the Year and the Ippon Trophy. Japan added to its amazing dominance of the World Judo Championships by sweeping each of the four awards. The IJF Male Athlete of the Year for 1999 was Shinohara, Shinichi of Japan. Shinohara capped a fine year at the World Judo Championships, establishing himself as one of the greatest judokas by taking two gold medals, one in the +100 kg. category and one in the Open category.. The last person to accomplish this feat was Douillet, David of France. Read more

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