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Tetsuo Hamuro

1917 - 2005

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Tetsuo Hamuro (葉室 鐵夫, Hamuro Tetsuo, 7 September 1917 – 30 October 2005) was a Japanese breaststroke swimmer. In 1935 he set a world record in the 200 m. Next year he won the gold medal in this event at the 1936 Olympics, setting a new Olympic record at 2:41.5. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tetsuo Hamuro has received more than 13,247 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia. Tetsuo Hamuro is the 708th most popular athlete, the 1,232nd most popular biography from Japan and the 9th most popular Japanese Athlete.

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Among ATHLETES

Among athletes, Tetsuo Hamuro ranks 708 out of 3,055Before him are Bronisław Malinowski, Bengt Nilsson, Frederick Schule, Olha Bryzhina, Enriqueta Basilio, and Klaus Wolfermann. After him are Annegret Richter, Don Thompson, György Bródy, Joaquín Capilla, Kaisa Parviainen, and Tatyana Anisimova.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1917, Tetsuo Hamuro ranks 235Before him are Wenche Foss, Noboru Terada, Helena Rasiowa, Rufus Thomas, Brenda Joyce, and Charles Sibley. After him are Ottorino Volonterio, Elyse Knox, Amelia Piccinini, Qaysin Quli, Valerie Hobson, and Merle Travis. Among people deceased in 2005, Tetsuo Hamuro ranks 248Before him are Hubert Curien, Jesús Iglesias, Wolfgang Blochwitz, Sergei Starostin, Natalya Gundareva, and Percy Heath. After him are David Lange, Nikolai Puchkov, Stanley Sadie, Matthew McGrory, M. Scott Peck, and Givi Nodia.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Tetsuo Hamuro ranks 1,232 out of 5,560Before him are Ai Iijima (1972), Hiroyuki Sawano (1980), Kazuo Ozaki (1960), George W. Casey Jr. (1948), Nikka Costa (1972), and Hiromasa Yonebayashi (1973). After him are Kaoru Kadohara (1970), Junichi Masuda (1968), Hisashi Kimura (1870), Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi (1975), Shigeharu Ueki (1954), and Katsuya Okada (1953).

Among ATHLETES In Japan

Among athletes born in Japan, Tetsuo Hamuro ranks 9Before him are Mikio Oda (1905), Kinue Hitomi (1907), Chūhei Nambu (1904), Isao Okano (1944), Noboru Terada (1917), and Yoshinobu Miyake (1939). After him are Tsuyoshi Yamanaka (1939), Takao Sakurai (1941), Akitsugu Konno (1944), Haruki Uemura (1951), Mayumi Aoki (1953), and Nobutaka Taguchi (1951).