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Heinz Weis FRG Koji Murofushi JPN Libor Charfreitag SVK World best year performance in men's hammer throw. Hal Connolly USA Heinrich Thun AUT In Japan, I was an English teacher in public schools. I followed the designated school curriculum.
It taught English, but not communication; memorization, but not thinking; words, but not passion. The author teaching middle school students in Japan about the Internment camps and Nisei veterans.
I went to Tohoku with a volunteer group that left late Friday nights after work. We drove the miles to Iwate, split the gas bill, and came home Sunday evening.
I was encouraged to do more. I wanted to teach my culture; about being American and Asian, to explain that the two can be part of a whole.
I wanted students to know about America and its people and for Americans to learn what a special place Japan is.
In Tokyo, I gave lectures at my schools and at community centers to teach about Japanese in America. I started a group called KidArt International. I invited American artists to Japan to encourage creative expression, and to show students America and its diversity, as well as how English is a tool for communication.
So far our visiting artists have touched the lives of 3, people in five different areas of Japan. The author giving a lecture about American-born Japanese to seniors at a community center in Japan.
I met passionate people who have helped change the world in which we live. I feel honored and humbled to be part of such an accomplished group. I hope USJC continues its mission of connecting the two countries and I am looking forward, as an Emerging Leader, to help spread its message. The author with high school students at a KidArt International Event.2015 AUCKLAND Throws conference Part 2 HAMMER practicals with Koji MUROFUSHI and Didier POPPE
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His undefeated streak at the National Championships is continuing to this day. After graduating from college inMurofushi joined Mizuno.
In the same year, at the World Championships in Athens, he made the Final, where he finished tenth. As for the record, Murofushi surpassed 75m for the first time in Then, in April ofhe threw In subsequent years, Murofushi set eighteen national records in thirteen meetings. Although he finished only ninth at the Olympics in Sydney, Murofushi extended his National record to In Julyhe set an Asian record of The following month he won a silver medal with It was the first throwing medal by a Japanese in either the Olympics or World Championships.
Although he failed to improve his personal best inMurofushi won the GP Final, one of his goals for the year. After a solid winter training base he moved up a notch in Although it was merely a training meeting, in his first competition of the year, Murofushi not only threw Not only did he throw And, in the National Championships, his fourth competition, he threw In his fifth throw Koji threw At the time, it was third best throw in history and the best throw in the last fifteen years.
He also threw Based on these results, Murofushi was the favourite going into the World Championships, in Paris.
Unfortunately, a month before the championships, he injured his lower back during weight training. To add insult to injury, one week before the Worlds, he fell during the throwing session and banged his right elbow hard onto the throwing circle. In the process he hurt the nerve leading to his ring finger. Despite all these problems, Murofushi decided to compete in Paris and won a bronze medal with