Shohei Ono, who won the gold medal in the 73-kilometer class of judo men at the Tokyo Olympics and won the second consecutive title following the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, took a picture with director Kosei Inoue on August 1, 2021 on Twitter. Published.
Shohei Ono, a 73-kilometer judo player who won the Olympics for the second time in a row (Photo: Reuters / Aflo)
From Shohei Ono’s Twitter account (@ sono0203)
“My judo life was with director Kosei Inoue.”
The uploaded photo shows Ono holding tears on his right shoulder. Ono added a message of gratitude, saying, “The judo competition of the Tokyo Olympics has ended. Thank you for your support.” Regarding Director Inoue, who will retire due to the expiration of his term at this tournament, “For the nine years from the first representative of the 2013 World Championship to the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, my judo life was with Kosei Inoue. I was happy that I was able to win the Olympic Games for the second time in a row and that I was able to fight. “
“Thank you for your hard work,” “Good photo,” “This scene was one of the most memorable scenes at this Olympics. I cried unintentionally.” “Congratulations on winning the Olympic Games with Director Inoue.” “Thank you for the impression of Ono and Inoue,” and so on.