Head for the world stage! NTT Athletes
- Date of Birth:
- August 29, 1972
- Kitatsugaru County, Aomori
- My Favorites:
- Going for drives
I began playing Boccia in 2009 after a friend introduced me to the sport, and I competed as a hobby. I began obtaining high-ranking results at the national championships, and in FY 2016 I was selected as a strengthening player. In FY 2017, I became the company’s Poster Employee, and have won championships both in Japan and overseas.
Goals for this season
Winning the national championships.
- Kanto Boccia Championship Tournament: Runner-up (BC2)
- Athlete designated under the High Performance Program of the JPC（BC2）
- 20th Japan Boccia Championships East Japan Block Qualifying Competition: won through to qualify for the Championships
- 19th Japan Boccia Championships Individual: Winner
- 14th Kanto Boccia Championship Tournament Individual: Winner
- 2018 ISE Boccia Regional Open Team: Winner
Fumiko EBISAWA was presented with the Chiba City “Distinguished Service Award for Education, Culture, and Sports” in the sports category.
The 36th “Distinguished Service Award for Education, Culture, and Sports” Presentation Ceremony was held on February 23, 2019. Fumiko EBISAWA received her award in the sports category for her outstanding achievement in winning the BC1/BC2 Team event at the 2018 BISFed Asia & Oceania Regional Open.
Chiba city Official website(*Japanese Version Only)
Fumiko EBISAWA plans on competing in the 21st Japan Boccia Championships East Japan Block Qualifying Competition.
- 21st Japan Boccia Championships East Japan Block Qualifying Competition
- Kikkoman Arena (Nagareyama General Civic Gymnasium)
- Official website：
- Japan Boccia Association Information(*Japanese Version Only)
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