Soichi Hashimoto Judoka

Soichi Hashimoto

Soichi Hashimoto

  • Country:Japan
  • Born:24 August 1991 (27 years)
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Soichi Hashimoto became the world champion in 2017 in Budapest and took silver in 2018 in Baku. Hashimoto won the IJF World Masters in Guadalajara in 2016. Hashimoto took gold at the Grand Prix in Qingdao in 2015. In September 2016 he won the Taipei Open and Grand Slam of Tokyo in 2016. In 2017 he won the Grand Slam in Paris and Grand Slam in Ekaterinburg and IJF Masters in St. Petersburg.
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Japan on top of the medal table in Paris

11 Feb 2019 10:05

It becomes a habit, when the Japanese team is announced, it is a safe bet that we will see them reach peaks. With 5 titles and 15 medals for 23 entries, we can speak of great success, despite the early defeat of Abe Hifumi, who skidded twice against the Italian Manuel Lombardo in the first round of the competition. Read more

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Soichi Hashimoto digs deep for Paris win

9 Feb 2019 19:20

Former world champion Hashimoto Soichi (JPN) was back among the winners on the IJF World Judo Tour for the first time since 2017 as he showed his character to grind out a hard-fought win in France. The Ippon Hunter registered a much-needed gold medal by beating Hohhot Grand Prix bronze medallist Tsend-Ochir Tsogtbaatar (MGL) in the U73kg final. Read more

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Top battles in 2019 U73kg: Soichi Hashimoto vs Shohei Ono

2 Jan 2019 13:05

With the rise of young champions there’s more talk of dream contests than ever before with the long-time stars of the IJF World Judo Tour and reigning Olympic champions poised to do battle. Read more

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Japan close the 2018 World Championships with more gold

27 Sep 2018 15:50

The World Mixed team title was captured by the team of Japan and they prolonged last year’s title from Budapest here in Baku. Witnessed by Russia Federation President Vladimir Putin Russia and a united team of North and South Korea took bronze. France lost the final to Japan by 4-1. Read more

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An Changrim breaks the Japanese barrier for the first since 2009

22 Sep 2018 16:15

What a fantastic World Championships final U73kg, not just on paper as world number one Soichi Hashimoto and An Changrim (7) of Korea went for their World Championships final. The first final for An, with Hashimoto perhaps as favourite but An was the man in form. Read more

Result City Date
1Paris9 Feb
7Guangzhou2018
1Baku2018
2Baku2018
2Hohhot2018

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