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After only 36 seconds, Tani delivered an inner-thigh throw and was awarded an and the gold metal. Kye resisted all her attacks and scored an advantage towards the end of the fight. Competing in the extra-lightweight 48 kg class, she won a record seven world titles and five Olympic medals including two golds at and. She went on to win the biennial world championships in 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2007. At Sydney 2000, she had a tough semi-final against North Korea's , but she left no chance to her opponent in the final, of Russia. The AJFF uses qualifying bouts as only one criterion considered for selection, with performance in international events as another. Reflecting on this years later, Tani said, "there was never a curse … in 1992, I was 16, I was lacking experience … in 1996, I was 20". This record seven wins was only beaten by French judoka in 2015, in an era when world championships had become annual events. The selection prompted Philip Brasor, media commentator for the to ask ". She was the first woman judoka to win two Olympic golds. At , aged only 16 years old, she defeated in the semi-final veteran British fighter and 4-time world champion , but she lost the final by a small margin against the reigning world champion, of France. Tani's second Olympic silver was a huge setback, and the Japanese media talked of an "Olympic curse". She competed in five Olympic Games and won as many medals. In a career spanning around 20 years, she was only defeated 5 times. In Beijing in 2008, she saw her hopes of a third-straight gold evaporate when judges awarded penalty points to Romania's after both competitors failed to show much aggression. On May 10, 2010 the announced that she would represent the party as a in the Summer 2010. In June 2016 Tani announced her decision to remain with the party until the election, but not seek a second term. The couple has two sons, born in 2005 and 2009. In July 2012, she left the Democratic Party for the newly created and short-lived. Because she did not let her marriage put an end to her sporting career, and won her last world title as a young mother, she is also viewed as a symbol of the changing role of women in Japanese society. This was followed by a 4-year, 84-match winning streak that led her to her second Olympic final at. She did not compete in 2005 as she was expecting her first child. Her first major title was at the 1990 Fukuoka International Women's Judo Championships, a tournament she went on to win 13 years in a row. Archived from on November 20, 2015. In 1993, she won her first world title and received her fourth dan. Competing in the extra-lightweight 48 kg class, she won a record seven world titles and five Olympic medals including two golds at and. Kye resisted all her attacks and scored an advantage towards the end of the fight. Yamaguchi was the inspiration for the character of , the heroine of a popular manga and anime series who prepares for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. In 2010, she was elected to the , the upper house of the Japanese parliament. Tani was the clear favorite against the relatively unknown North-Korean , but she was unable to live up to the expectations. Because she did not let her marriage put an end to her sporting career, and won her last world title as a young mother, she is also viewed as a symbol of the changing role of women in Japanese society. She then won the gold medal in the Rio de Janeiro World Championships. Her first major title was at the 1990 Fukuoka International Women's Judo Championships, a tournament she went on to win 13 years in a row. This was followed by a 4-year, 84-match winning streak that led her to her second Olympic final at. This section may lend to certain ideas, incidents, or controversies. The AJJF refused to answer questions about Tani's selection after the decision, but later said that Tani was selected because "She is especially strong against international opponents". Looking stunned, Tani fought desperately after the final controversial penalty call, but with only seconds left she had no time to mount an attack. The birth of her first child also became a major press event, with camera crews waiting for the first glimpse of her emergence from the hospital. She defeated Russia's for bronze. After 1996, she remained unbeaten for 12 years. Assumed office July 26, 2010 Personal details Political party Spouse s 2003—present Children 2 sons Tani was introduced to politics by. Tani initially stated that she still intended to pursue her judo career, but she eventually retired from judo after she won the seat in question. In 2011, the named her "best female judoka ever" at its 60th anniversary gala in Paris. Yamaguchi was the inspiration for the character of , the heroine of a popular manga and anime series who prepares for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. Later that same year, she was one of the founding members of the , alongside her mentor Ichiro Ozawa. Archived from on November 20, 2015. After her retirement, the named her "best female judoka ever". After her retirement, the named her "best female judoka ever". In July 2012, she left the Democratic Party for the newly created and short-lived. She started judo at the age of seven. Again, the AJJF selected Tani for Japan's team in place of Yamagishi. Four years later in Athens, she scored a series of ippon-victories to reach the final, in which she dominated France's , taking an early koka lead that she confirmed with a in the last seconds of the fight. Discuss and this issue before removing this message. After 1996, she remained unbeaten for 12 years. In June 2016 Tani announced her decision to remain with the party until the election, but not seek a second term. She did not compete in 2005 as she was expecting her first child. She studied literature at and joined in 1998. She was the first woman judoka to win two Olympic golds. On May 10, 2010 the announced that she would represent the party as a in the Summer 2010. She retired from competition in 2010. When Tani represented Japan in Barcelona, she was viewed by the Japanese public as a real-life Yawara and was soon nicknamed Yawara-chan or Tawara. Four years later in Athens, she scored a series of ippon-victories to reach the final, in which she dominated France's , taking an early koka lead that she confirmed with a in the last seconds of the fight. Again, the AJJF selected Tani for Japan's team in place of Yamagishi. She started judo at the age of seven. In Beijing in 2008, she saw her hopes of a third-straight gold evaporate when judges awarded penalty points to Romania's after both competitors failed to show much aggression. She defeated Russia's for bronze. Tani was approached by several parties in the lead up to the , but Ozawa demanded she remain with the party, as her defection would have meant the party fell below the minimum requirement of five Diet members and lost its official party status. In 2003, she married , an Olympian and professional baseball player then with. She went on to win the biennial world championships in 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003 and 2007. The AJJF refused to answer questions about Tani's selection after the decision, but later said that Tani was selected because "She is especially strong against international opponents". Tani lost the All-Japan again in April 2008, to 21-year-old Emi Yamagishi. Tani initially stated that she still intended to pursue her judo career, but she eventually retired from judo after she won the seat in question. Tani lost the All-Japan again in April 2008, to 21-year-old Emi Yamagishi. She studied literature at and joined in 1998. This record seven wins was only beaten by French judoka in 2015, in an era when world championships had become annual events. The birth of her first child also became a major press event, with camera crews waiting for the first glimpse of her emergence from the hospital. The couple has two sons, born in 2005 and 2009. In 2010, she was elected to the , the upper house of the Japanese parliament. Assumed office July 26, 2010 Personal details Political party Spouse s 2003—present Children 2 sons Tani was introduced to politics by. November 2015 Tani lost the 2007 All-Japan Weight Class Judo Championship, which doubles as the qualifier for Olympics and the World Championships on those years when the events take place, but was selected as Japan's representative anyway by the All Japan Judo Federation AJJF. In 2003, she married , an Olympian and professional baseball player then with. Later that same year, she was one of the founding members of the , alongside her mentor Ichiro Ozawa. Reflecting on this years later, Tani said, "there was never a curse … in 1992, I was 16, I was lacking experience … in 1996, I was 20". She appeared in numerous TV commercials and her wedding ceremony, broadcast live on Japanese television, was followed by 20 million spectators. Tani was approached by several parties in the lead up to the , but Ozawa demanded she remain with the party, as her defection would have meant the party fell below the minimum requirement of five Diet members and lost its official party status. Discuss and this issue before removing this message. Thanks to her success and cheerful personality, Tani grew immensely popular in Japan. In 1993, she won her first world title and received her fourth dan. This section may lend to certain ideas, incidents, or controversies. Archived from on April 17, 2020. The selection prompted Philip Brasor, media commentator for the to ask ". The AJFF uses qualifying bouts as only one criterion considered for selection, with performance in international events as another. After only 36 seconds, Tani delivered an inner-thigh throw and was awarded an and the gold metal. In a career spanning around 20 years, she was only defeated 5 times. She appeared in numerous TV commercials and her wedding ceremony, broadcast live on Japanese television, was followed by 20 million spectators. She then won the gold medal in the Rio de Janeiro World Championships. Tani's second Olympic silver was a huge setback, and the Japanese media talked of an "Olympic curse". At Sydney 2000, she had a tough semi-final against North Korea's , but she left no chance to her opponent in the final, of Russia. Looking stunned, Tani fought desperately after the final controversial penalty call, but with only seconds left she had no time to mount an attack. Tani was the clear favorite against the relatively unknown North-Korean , but she was unable to live up to the expectations. When Tani represented Japan in Barcelona, she was viewed by the Japanese public as a real-life Yawara and was soon nicknamed Yawara-chan or Tawara. Thanks to her success and cheerful personality, Tani grew immensely popular in Japan. She competed in five Olympic Games and won as many medals. At , aged only 16 years old, she defeated in the semi-final veteran British fighter and 4-time world champion , but she lost the final by a small margin against the reigning world champion, of France. In 2011, the named her "best female judoka ever" at its 60th anniversary gala in Paris. Archived from on April 17, 2020. She retired from competition in 2010. November 2015 Tani lost the 2007 All-Japan Weight Class Judo Championship, which doubles as the qualifier for Olympics and the World Championships on those years when the events take place, but was selected as Japan's representative anyway by the All Japan Judo Federation AJJF.。 。 。

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