31-year-old Shohei Iwamoto and 29-year-old Natsumi Tomonaga have been appointed as the five modern Japanese national teams for the Tokyo Olympics.
The modern pentathlon is a competition that competes for the total power of the fifth type of fencing, swimming, equestrian, and laser run that combines running and shooting.
The Modern Pentathlon Association of Japan announced on the 18th that 31-year-old Shohei Iwamoto for boys and 29-year-old Natsumi Tomonaga for girls have been appointed as representatives of the Tokyo Olympics.
Iwamoto, a boy, won the 7th place in the Asian-Oceania Championship, which was held in the middle of the year, and won the quota for the Tokyo Olympics. For girls, Takamiya got the quota for the 2nd place.
Shohei Iwamoto is 31 years old from Kagoshima City.
I belong to the Self-Defense Forces Physical Training School and am good at laser running.
In the last Rio de Janeiro Olympics, he got the right to participate in the race and finished in 29th place.
At the Asian-Oceania Championship, which was held in a quiet manner, he won the 7th place, which is the highest among Japanese athletes, and won the quota for the Tokyo Olympics.
Natsumi Tomonaga is 29 years old from Saitama prefecture.
I belong to the Metropolitan Police Department.
When I was a student, I worked on swimming and athletics and started modern pentathlon in 2012.
He is good at fencing, and when he won the 2014 All Japan Championship, he participated in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016 with four years of competition history.
In the Asian-Oceania Championship, which was held in a quiet manner, he finished second and won the quota for the Tokyo Olympics.