Kenichiro Bunda, who won a silver medal at the World Wrestling Championships and was selected to represent Japan at next year's Paris Olympics, returned to Japan and expressed his enthusiasm, saying, "I can only repay the debt I owe to the Olympics at the Olympics, so I want to enjoy myself and focus on winning."
At the World Wrestling Championships held in Serbia on May 24, Bunda won the silver medal in the men's Greco-Roman 60-kilogram class and was selected for the Olympic team for the second consecutive Games.
Bunda, who returned to Japan on 2 September, spoke to reporters at Narita Airport and reflected, "I am very happy to qualify for the Paris Olympics.
Based on the fact that he lost in the final of the Tokyo Olympics and won the silver medal, he vowed to be humiliated, saying, "I can only repay the debt I owed to the Olympics at the Olympics, and I want to enjoy myself in Paris and stick to winning."
Hisashi Kusaka: "Now that I finally have a chance, I want to become a superhuman."
Hisashi Kusaka, who won the bronze medal in the men's Greco-Roman 77-kilogram class and was selected for the Olympic team, said with a smile, "I'm honestly happy, and I'm gradually starting to realize that I can really go to the Paris Olympics."
He then expressed his enthusiasm, saying, "I have been aiming for an Olympic gold medal for a long time, and now I think I can win it.