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Kōji Gushiken

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Kōji Gushiken

Kōji Gushiken
— Gymnast —
Gushiken in 2011
Personal information
Born (1956-11-12) November 12, 1956
Discipline Men's artistic gymnastics
Head coach(es) Hikonori Yamaguchi
Retired 1985 Chūnichi Cup

Kōji Gushiken (具志堅 幸司 Gushiken Kōji; born November 12, 1956 in Ōsaka.[1]) is a former Olympic gymnast for Japan at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, where he won a total number of five medals, including two gold. He broke an ankle in May 1985 which prevented him from training for 3 months and hindered his performances at the 1985 World Championships. Gushiken announced his retirement at the 1985 Chūnichi Cup. He currently coaches other Olympic contenders.

References

  1. ^ http://www.gymn-forum.net/bios/men/gushiken.html
  • databaseOlympics
  • Competitive Results at gymn-forum.net
  • Gushiken(Parallel bars Animation)


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