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All Japan Remote HS Championships 2021

HS

Official Sun, Jun 27, 2021 Jun 27, 2021In each Prefecture


Regional Meet Result Links 

Tohoku - North Japan (with phonetic)

https://long-distance.jp/iwate/2021_result/2021_tohoku_result_male.pdf

https://long-distance.jp/iwate/2021_result/2021_tohoku_result_female.pdf

http://jaaf-akita.com  http://www.jomon.ne.jp/~arikkyo/   https://iwate-rk.com/2021result  http://jaaf-miyagi.com/category/result/  

Kanto Regions - North & South

http://gold.jaic.org/jaic/member/gunma/menu/results/r_21/r210618HS/records.pdf

https://kantou-koukou-rikujou.info/2021/2021_joui.html   https://kantou-koukou-rikujou.info/link.html

 

Results are posted (as of Aug 12).  REFRESH THE PAGE if you are not seeing them.

 

This year's meet is held in OKINAWA, Japan

For those unfamiliar with Japanese high school sports, here is a quick introduction.  As in the USA, Japanese HS is three years, nearly all graduating at age 18 and youth sports in Japan is almost exclusively school-based. Unlike the USA, there are national HS championships in about 40 sports, most during summer vacation.  Also, athletes rarely do more than one sport in their high school career, a notable exception being T&F and ekiden; in other words, a sport is a year round activity. On the other hand, because school year starts April 1, the average HS T&F athlete in the spring season is 7 months younger than their American counterpart. Due partly to a vast public transportation system, mobility makes student recruitment easy. Distance runners (especially female runners) will gravitate to one coach, field event people to another coach, soccer players to a different school. Hence, only a small % of schools will be dominant in any given sport, a few in many sports, with most elite schools specializing in just a few sports. 

Japanese HS T&F has some unique points: a clear progression to a national championship (local zone [ May] ->Prefecture [Late May, early June]->Regional [Mid-June]->National [Aug]), higher hurdles and heavier throwing weights for boys, 400m hurdles for all, plus additional events such as 3k steeplechase and 5000 meter race for boys, hammer throw, heptathlon and octathlon.

 
Nationals T&F Start List - Program 
heats, seed times
2018 results in Japanese
2019 results in Japanese

2019 Summer
HS Championships

overview

Okinawa: Diving, Water polo, 
Track & Field,
Track & Road Bicycle,
Sumo, Karate, Soccer,
Weight lifting, Naginata

Wakayama: Yachting
Miyazaki:  volleyball, tennis, 
soft tennis, soft ball, 
archery, 
boxing, hockey, 
mountain climbing, 
Shorinji Kempo

Kumamoto: swimming, handball, badminton, boat racing, kendo, 
wrestling, archery

Kagoshima:  judo, gymnastics,
rhythmic gymnastics, fencing, 
basketball, table tennis, canoe

2019 Zone Qualifying Results 
Uploaded to athletic.net! Click here.
(except for Hokushinetsu Zone)
 Results clearinghouse: all in Japanese
Hokkaido Zone June 18-21, 2019  
Tohoku Zone June 14-17, 2019
 Akita, Aomori, Fukushima, Iwate, Miyagi, Yamagata
Kanto North Zone June 14-17, 2019 Gunma, Ibaraki, Saitama, Tochigi
Hoku(Kita)shinetsu Zone June 13-16, 2019 
Fukui, Ishikawa, Nagano, Niigata, Toyama
Kanto South Zone June 14-17, 2019 
Chiba, Kanagawa, Tokyo, Yamanashi
Kinki Zone June 14-16, 2019 
Hyogo, Kyoto, Osaka, Shiga, Wakayama
Tokai Zone June 21-23, 2019 
Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka
Chugoku Zone June 13-16, 2019 Hiroshima, Okayama, Shimane, Tottori, Yamaguchi Kyushuu North Zone June 13-16, 2019 Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Oita, Saga
Shikoku Zone June 14-16 2019  Ehime, Kagawa, Kochi, Tokushima  Kyushuu South Zone June 13-16, 2019 Kagoshima, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Okinawa

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