[Pasona] Athlete employee Asuka Terada to participate in “World Athletics”-September 13 “Public Practice for Media” held in Toyosu
Pasona Group Inc. Athlete employee Asuka Terada “World Athletics” decision to be held-September 13 “Public practice for the media” held in Toyosu- Asuka Terada, an athlete employee who belongs to Pasona Group Inc. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director Group Representative: Yukiyuki Nambu) and who holds a 100-meter hurdle for Japan, September 27, 2019 )-Participation in the 17th IAAF World Athletics Championships (2019 Doha) to be held in Qatar on October 6th (Sun) has been decided. Prior to that, on September 13 (Friday), “Public Practice for Media” will be held at Shintoyosu Brillia Running Stadium (Koto-ku, Tokyo). [Image
■ Pasona Group Athlete Asuka Terada “Practicing Practice” Overview Date: Friday, September 13, 2019, 11: 00-14: 00 place: Toyosu Brillia Running Stadium (6-4, Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo, 4-2) Content: 11:00 Acceptance starts 11:10 Box coverage 11:40 Start of practice * Time is scheduled Participating players: Asuka Terada * Asuka Terada’s daughter (5 years old) is also going to accompany (Reference) Asuka Terada Profile
◆ Athlete employee of Pasona Group
◆ Women’s 100m hurdles Japan record holder (12 seconds 97)
◆ “Mama Athlete” balances competition, child-rearing and work Started athletics from the 4th grade of elementary school, and ranked second in elementary school elementary school 100m at 5th and 6th grades. From 2005 to 2007 (1 to 3 years of high school), she achieved the third consecutive victory in the 100m hurdles for high school girls nationwide (inter high). In 2008, after graduating from high school, he won the first 100m hurdles for the Japanese Athletics Championships, which he participated for the first time, and won three consecutive titles. In 2009, participated in the World Athletics Berlin Tournament and won a silver medal at the Asian Championship. In 2010, he won fifth place in the Asian Games. Retired in 2013 with a series of injuries. After marriage and childbirth, she returned to active duty in the form of a “Mama Athlete” to become a pioneer of female athletes in the summer of 2016, turning to 7-player rugby. From January 2017, he worked as a representative trainee for Japan. In December 2018, he announced his retirement as a rugby player and his return to track and field. In the Japanese championship held in June 2019, the women’s 100m hurdle was the third place to be the podium since 2010. On September 1st (Sun), it marked 12 seconds 97, the first time in 19 years to set a new record in Japan. As a Pasona Group player, he aims to participate in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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