Yuko Matsuzaki
Yuko matsuzaki





Summary

Hello! I am Yuko Matsuzaki, female, born in Tokyo, Japan. Fluent in Japanese and I have a working knowledge of English ( still have a problem to pronounce " V " and B", "Z" and "G", "R " and "L") I am the Author of a book entitled Marathon Swimming My Fun Journey ( sorry, Japanese edition only ). In addition, I have a great love for the sport of professional MARATHON SWIMMING ( endurance swimming race in the world of nature. Ocean, Lake, River, Swamp, puddle..... except for sewage plant) in which I have proudly completed for over 19 years. As my 20th anniversary, I challenged 82km non-stop swim in the Lake cane, Orlando Florida for world record. Crazy? Well, I think all Marathon swimmer can swim like " Dory " from Finding NEMO. Just keep swimming~ and Just keep smiling~



☆ Education

Tokyo Women's college of Physical Education.B.A.in Physical Education/ Institute of Sports Science The University of Tsukuna...Did a study on the present studis on Fin swimming. presented at The annals of Physiological Authropology/Tsukuba University, Graduate school of Physical Education....Achievement-Did a study on the Methodology of Physical Education entitled Energy efficiency of MONO-FIN. Speech was presented at the 37th Japanese Society of Physical Education



☆ INTERESTS & ACTIVITIES

Member of Japan Swimming Federation /Swimming Coach/ Sports writer . first publication for " Marathon swimming my fun journey". Writing for the " SWIM" magazine and "JOYO" newspaper every month. / Professional Speaker/Aquatic Modeling



☆ AWARDS RECEIVED



2007
  • International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • *Lake cane swim 82km in 29 hours 55 minute. world longest non-stop swim record -Record Holding Republic in United Kingdom
  • *Open water Lake swim longest : 82km in 29 hours 55 minute
  • * world record of open water lake swim 100km 50 swimmer relay:44 hours 33 minute
  • 2002
  • Japanese Galaxy( Emmy Award in Japan) monthly award.
  • *Self documentary presented by TBS television, Japan. " Marathon Swimmer Yuko Matsuzaki"
  • Letter of thanks from city of Rosario Argentina.
  • Letter of thanks from Children Hospital in Rosario Argentina
  • 2000
  • Political Honors from Canada Prime Minister, Honorable Jean Chretien, Canadian Minister of Sports, Mr Denis Coderre, Minister of Economic Development, Mr Martin Cauchon on June 7th at Canadian House of Parliament. (( http://www2.parl.gc.ca/HousePublications/Publication.aspx?pub=hansard&mee=109&parl=36&ses=2&language=E&x=1 ))
  • Political honors from Quebec National Assembly Mr Robert Benoit on June 15th, 2000
  • Political honors from Quebec National Assembly Chairman Mr Jean Charest on June 23th, 2000
  • Double crossing the Memphremagog Lake in Montreal, Canada.
  • * Raised roughly $15,000 for Ronald McDonald foundation.
  • Letter of thanks from youth Scholarship fund, Orlando, FL
  • *12hours non-stop swim for YMCA Youth Scholarship fund
  • 1999
  • Letter of thanks from YMCA Youth Scholarship fund, Orlando, FL
  • *24hours non-stop swim for the charity.
  • #8th female World ranking in the FINA Marathon Swimming
  • 1998
  • International Marathon swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 1997
  • Masters National Long Course Championship, Orlando, FL
  • *Women 800m free style Relay World Record
  • #8th female World ranking in the International Marathon Swimming Association
  • 1996
  • #9th female World ranking in the International Marathon Swimming Association
  • 1995
  • #15th female World ranking in the International Marathon Swimming Association
  • 1994
  • #9th female World ranking in the International Marathon Swimming Association
  • 1993
  • Masters National Championship, Japan, Women 400m National Record
  • #15th female World ranking in the International Marathon Swimming Association
  • Held the all National Record in FIN-SWIMMING for 8 years for 100m,200m,400m,800m,1500m, 3km,50m Dive and 100m Dive
  • ☆MARATHON SWIMMING RACE RESULTS

    1988
  • Capri-Napoli 36km race Italy 11H30M
  • 1989
  • Capri-Napoli 36km race Italy 9H57M
  • 1990
  • Capri-Napoli 36km race Italy 9H42M
  • ponza-circeo world cup 40km Italy
  • 1991
  • Capri-Napoli 36km race Italy
  • Trasimeno 20km race Italy 4H57M
  • Silvan lake Red Deer Pan Pacific 25km Canada
  • Sydney Harbor 30km race Australia
  • 1992
  • Survival Riviera Marathon race Italy Completed
  • Capri 36km race Italy 8H46M
  • 1993
  • Parana 88km race Argentina 11H04M
  • Riviera Marathon 35km race Italy 10H03M
  • Sylvan lake 30km race Canada
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A 9H13M
  • 1994
  • Tapes 26km race Brazil 8H30M
  • Santa-Fe Coronda 56km race Argentina 9H37M
  • Parana 88km race Argentina 10H47M
  • Memphremagog 42km race Canada 11H48M
  • St Jone 40km race Canada
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A
  • SAS 25km race U.S.A 8H06M,
  • 1995
  • Tapes 26km race Brazil 9H01M
  • Santa-Fe Coronda 56Km race Argentina 9H48M
  • Parana 88km race Argentina 10H20M
  • Mar del Plata 25km race Argentina
  • Memphremagog 42km race Canada 11H01M
  • St Jone 40km race Canada
  • Atlantic City 35km U.S.A 9H26M
  • 1996
  • Tapes 27km race Brazil 7H40M
  • Parana 88km race Argentina
  • Rosario 60km race Argentina 6H59M
         
  • French open championship Lac Du Bourget 25km
  • Memphremagog 42km race Canada
  • St Jone 40km race Canada
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A
  • SAS 25km race U.S.A 8H46M
  • 1997
  • Parana 88km race Argentina 10H08M
  • Rosario 60Km race Argentina 6H21M
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A 12H10M
  • SAS 25km race U.S.A 8H33M
  • Masters National Long Course Championship Women 800m free style Relay WORLD RECOR
  • 1998
  • Parana 88km race Argentina 10H27M
  • Rosario 60km race Argentina 6H23M
  • Memphremagog 42km race Canada 13H09M
  • 1999
  • Rosario 60km race Argentina 6H56M
  • 24hours non-stop swim for YMCA Youth Scholarship fund
  • Memphremagog 40km race Canada 11H24M
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A 9H14M
  • Teraccina 27km race Italy 9H30M
  • 2000
  • Rosario 60km race Argentina 8H30M
  • 2001
  • SAS 28km race U.S.A 7H30M
  • Trichonida 22km race Greece 6H29M
  • 2002
  • Rosario 20km Argentina 2H35M
  • SAS 29km race U.S.A 7H37M
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A 9H8M
  • Kalamata 33km race Greece 10H47M
  • 2003
  • Rosario 22km race Argentina 2H35M
  • Atlantic City 35km race U.S.A 10H17M
  • Kalamata 33km race Greece 8H47M
  • 2004
  • Rosario 22km race 2H28M
  • Atlantic City 35km race 8H46M
  • 2006
  • Jack Beattie's Lake swim Champs 1 mile race USA 1st place (3rd overall)
  • Alcatraz 1.5 miles race USA 34M28 1st place(age group) 3rd overall
  • 2007
  • Sydney Harbour 1.5km Australia 3rd place
  • Across the Lake 3.6km Australia 1st place(age group)5th overall
  • Shark Island 2.3km Australia 1st place(age group)
  • Hurricane Man4km USA 1st place(age group)2nd overall
  • Cayman Island 1.5km Cayman Island 5th place overall
  • Trichonida 16km race Greece 1st plcae (female) 3rd overall
  • Kalamata 30km race Greece 1st place (female) 7th overall
  • Siesta Key 5km race USA 1st place( age group) 2nd overall
  • Orlando Lake cane 82km swim USA World Record
  • Bermuda 10km race Bermuda 4th Overall
  • 2008
  • Jarak-Sabac19km Serbia 3H29M52
  • Crossig of Toroeos gulf Greece 2rd place


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