Satomi Suzuki: Breaststroke Swimmer from Japan Who Has Also Had Success Internationally
Who is Satomi Suzuki?
Satomi Suzuki is an Olympic swimmer from Japan. Satomi Suzuki entered the world on January 29, 1991 and she stands at five feet and six inches tall, weighing 141 pounds. Satomi is currently a member of the Yamanashi Gakuin University Swimming club team. Satomi started swimming when she was four years old. Satomi is from Fukuoka, Japan. She has accomplished much in the sport of swimming and her accomplishments deserve recognition. If athletes such as Xue Chen and Miwa Asao are considered sexy, Satomi is definitely beautiful.
A few photos of Satomi Suzuki at the 2014 Asian Games
Satomi wins at the breaststroke events in Japan
In 2010, Suzuki received a bronze medal for her performance in the Women’s 50 meter breaststroke final at the Aoti Aquatics Center with a finish of 31.52. She followed up that success with a win of the silver medal at the Women’s 100 meter breaststroke finishing at 107.43. And lastly, in that year of 2010 at the same aquatics place I mentioned, she received another silver medal at the Women’s 4 X 100 meter medley relay as a member of the Japanese National Team. I first heard about Satomi Suzuki when I was reading about a young South Korean swimmer Jeong Da Rae. Satomi’s success would soon reach new heights. In the 2010 Japan Swimming Championships, Satomi won the 50, 100, and 200 meter breaststroke events.
A few photos of Satomi Suzuki celebrating her success
Satomi Suzuki wins a Bronze and Silver Medal at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games In London, England
It became official that Satomi was chosen to be a member of the Japanese national swimming team for the London Olympics which took place in August 2012. The announcement came at the Ajinomoto Training Center on April 9, 2012. A month later in May 2012, Satomi won three more events in the Japan Open. These events were the 50, 100, and 200 meter breaststroke respectively. In the 2012 Summer Olympics, she won a bronze medal in the 100 meter breaststroke and then won a silver medal in the 200 meter breaststroke. Among her other notable accomplishments, Satomi holds the Japanese records in the long course swimming for the 50 meter and 100 meter breaststroke. In the short course swimming events, she also holds the Japanese record for the 50 meter and 100 meter breaststroke. Satomi revealed that she has future plans of doing voice acting for video games and anime.
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