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Japan at the 1952 Helsinki Summer Games

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Host City: Helsinki, Finland (July 14, 1952 to August 3, 1952)
Opening Ceremony: July 19, 1952
Closing Ceremony: August 3, 1952

Events for Japan: 60 in 13 sports
Participants for Japan: 69 (58 men and 11 women)
Youngest Participant for Japan: Shizue Miyabe (13 years, 358 days)
Oldest Participant for Japan: Shinichi Maki (35 years, 128 days)
Most Medals for Japan (Athlete): Tadao Uesako and Hiroshi Suzuki (2 medals)

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69 Athletes

Rk Athlete Gender Age Sport Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Hiroshi Suzuki Male 18 Swimming 2 2
2 Tadao Uesako Male 30 Gymnastics 1 1 2
3 Shohachi Ishii Male 25 Wrestling 1 1
4 Toru Goto Male 18 Swimming 1 1
5 Yoshihiro Hamaguchi Male 26 Swimming 1 1
6 Shiro Hashizume Male 23 Swimming 1 1
7 Yushu Kitano Male 22 Wrestling 1 1
8 Masao Takemoto Male 32 Gymnastics 1 1
9 Teijiro Tanikawa Male 19 Swimming 1 1
10 Takashi Ono Male 20 Gymnastics 1 1
11 Masayo Aoki Female 16 Swimming
12 Yukiyoshi Aoki Male 17 Swimming
13 Tamotsu Chikanari Male 23 Cycling
14 Hironoshin Furuhashi Male 23 Swimming
15 Ryuji Goto Male 20 Rowing
16 Keizo Hasegawa Male 29 Athletics
17 Nobuyasu Hirayama Male 18 Swimming
18 Tomio Hosoda Male 26 Athletics
19 Yoshio Iimuro Male 27 Athletics
20 Yukio Inokuma Male 32 Shooting
21 Osamu Inoue Male 19 Athletics
22 Toshihito Ishimaru Male 21 Boxing
23 Keijiro Kaitoku Male 22 Sailing
24 Takayoshi Kajikawa Male 18 Swimming
25 Kazuo Kanda Male 22 Rowing
26 Akitomo Kaneko Male 24 Gymnastics
27 Tadashi Kato Male 17 Cycling
28 Michitaka Kinami Male 31 Athletics
29 Toshiaki Kitai Male 28 Equestrianism
30 Yasuo Kitamura Male 19 Swimming
31 Tamatsu Kogure Male 21 Rowing
32 Norihiko Kurahashi Male 19 Swimming
33 Shinichi Maki Male 35 Fencing
34 Junkichi Matoba Male 21 Athletics
35 Kosuke Matsuo Male 21 Rowing
36 Shizue Miyabe Female 13 Swimming
37 Masami Miyamoto Female 17 Diving
38 Miyo Miyashita Female 21 Athletics
39 Katsuichi Mori Male 22 Diving
40 Yoshitaka Muroya Male 22 Athletics
41 Tetsumi Nabeya Male 22 Gymnastics
42 Jiro Nagasawa Male 20 Swimming
43 Yoshitaro Nagata Male 22 Boxing
44 Ko Nakamura-Yoshino Female 32 Athletics
45 Katsuo Nishida Male 23 Athletics
46 Yasumasu Nishino Male 27 Swimming
47 Yasuko Oishi Female 20 Swimming
48 Eitaro Okano Male 22 Athletics
49 Fumiko Sakaguchi Female 18 Swimming
50 Kazuko Sakamoto Female 16 Swimming
51 Bunkichi Sawada Male 31 Athletics
52 Takeo Shimotori Male 23 Wrestling
53 Isamu Shiraishi Male 31 Weightlifting
54 Masaji Tajima Male 23 Athletics
55 Masazumi Tajima Male 19 Cycling
56 Susumu Takahashi Male 31 Athletics
57 Toshiya Takeuchi Male 21 Rowing
58 Misako Tamura Female 18 Swimming
59 Yasuo Tanaka Male 20 Swimming
60 Yoshio Tanaka Male 22 Swimming
61 Risaburo Tominaga Male 22 Wrestling
62 Kihei Tomioka Male 20 Cycling
63 Yoshitaka Uchikawa Male 21 Athletics
64 Keizo Yamada Male 25 Athletics
65 Hiroshi Yamamoto Male 24 Athletics
66 Tadashi Yamamoto Male 28 Athletics
67 Sadako Yamashita Female 19 Swimming
68 Tsugio Yamazaki Male 22 Wrestling
69 Ayako Yoshikawa Female 19 Athletics

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