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Juri IDE

ITU Rank: 54th 1732.21pts
JTU Rank: 6th, 1182.18pts Class: A-1
Team: Sports Club NAS
D.O.B.: June 9, 1983
Birthplace: Tokyo, Japan
Lives: Tokyo, Japan
Weight: 50 kg
Height: 158 cm
Entry year: 2006
Education: Tamagawa University
Coach: None


Juri was a member of the Tamagawa University track and field team and competed in the All Japan University Women's Ekiden as the selected member. After her successful running career at University she started competing in triathlon in 2006. She claimed a top five finish at her first Olympic Games in Beijing and that remains the highest ranking of a Japanese triathlete in history. Juri then won the first race of the 2009 season on her home turf in Japan at the Ishigaki World Cup. Only one week after the win in Ishigaki, Ide kicked off her World Championship Series campaign with a third-place showing in Tongyeong where she finished just behind the Australian duo of Snowsill and Moffatt. She again finished on the podium at the ITU World Championship Series in Yokohama in front of the 320,000 excited spectators at another home country event. She was the gold medalist of 2010 Asian Beach Games and was national champion in 2008, 2009 and 2011. Ide finished 34th at the 2012 London Olympic Games.


2 x Olympian 5th at 2008 Beijing and 34th at 2012 London
Three-time Japan Triathlon National Champion (2008,2009,2011)
11th 2016 Montreal ITU Triathlon World Cup
10th 2015 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago
2nd 2015 New Taipei ASTC Triathlon Asian Championships
2nd 2014 Incheon Asian Games
3rd 2014 ITU World Triathlon Chicago
3rd 2013 Ishigaki ITU Triathlon World Cup
2011 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup winner
2010 Muscat Asian Beach Games champion
2009 Ishigaki ITU Triathlon World Cup winner
2007 Mekong River ITU Triathlon Asian Cup champion
2006 Amakusa ITU Triathlon Asian Cup champion

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As of 6 March, 2017

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