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Eizo Kenmotsu

1948 - Today

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Eizo Kenmotsu (監物永三, Kenmotsu Eizō, born February 13, 1948) is a former Japanese artistic gymnast, who won seven world titles and three Olympic gold medals between 1968 and 1979. In retirement, he became a leading Japanese coach. He also served as sports director of the Nippon Sport Science University and vice president of the Japan Gymnastics Association. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Eizo Kenmotsu has received more than 14,709 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Eizo Kenmotsu is the 68th most popular gymnast (down from 53rd in 2019), the 1,429th most popular biography from Japan (down from 1,100th in 2019) and the 8th most popular Japanese Gymnast.

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Among GYMNASTS

Among gymnasts, Eizo Kenmotsu ranks 68 out of 181Before him are Bart Conner, Shuji Tsurumi, Vitaly Scherbo, Ecaterina Szabo, Yelena Shushunova, and Yelena Davydova. After him are Simone Biles, Daniela Silivaș, Dmitry Bilozerchev, Shigeru Kasamatsu, Zoltán Magyar, and Maxi Gnauck.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1948, Eizo Kenmotsu ranks 530Before him are Pedro Morenés, Cissé Mariam Kaïdama Sidibé, Élie Doté, Srgjan Kerim, Patrice Rio, and Fred Hampton. After him are Stephen Schwartz, Dale Gardner, John Dew, Andy Fairweather Low, Michael Kitchen, and Lewis Black.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Eizo Kenmotsu ranks 1,429 out of 5,560Before him are Akihiro Nagashima (1964), Yui Aragaki (1988), Bunji Kimura (1944), Kazumi Kishi (1975), Homare Sawa (1978), and Futaba Kioka (1965). After him are Akitsugu Konno (1944), Naoki Matsuda (1977), Naomi Osaka (1997), Takashi Sorimachi (1973), Yoshie Kasajima (1975), and Kin Endate (1960).

Among GYMNASTS In Japan

Among gymnasts born in Japan, Eizo Kenmotsu ranks 8Before him are Akinori Nakayama (1943), Takashi Ono (1931), Mitsuo Tsukahara (1947), Yukio Endo (1937), Haruhiro Yamashita (1938), and Shuji Tsurumi (1938). After him are Shigeru Kasamatsu (1947), Kōji Gushiken (1956), Kōhei Uchimura (1989), Kenzō Shirai (1996), Yusuke Tanaka (1989), and Ryōhei Katō (1993).