SHIKINE Takahiro


Personal Information

Residence Tokyo, JPN

Occupation Athlete, Office Worker

Languages Japanese

Higher education Law - Hosei University: Tokyo, JPN

License number 07121997000


World Cup-112
Hong Kong (HONG KONG, CHINA), 2024-05-02Le Caire (EGYPT), 2022-02-25
World Championship--11
Leipzig (GERMANY), 2017-07-20
Zone Championships1113
Tokyo (Chiba) (JAPAN), 2019-06-13Wuxi (CHINA), 2016-04-13Kuweit City (KUWAIT), 2024-06-24
Grand Prix-1-1
Doha (QATAR), 2021-03-26

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? He began fencing at age six.

Why this sport? "My father coached a fencing club and, when I was little, I used to go to the club with my brother and we often fought with a sword. At that time, my father asked me, 'Why don't you try fencing?'"

Club / Team Nexus : Tokyo, JPN

Name of coach Erwann Le Pechoux [national], FRA

Handedness Right

General Interest

Hobbies Reading comics. (Instagram profile, 25 Apr 2021)

Hero / Idol Japanese fencer Yuki Ota. (nikkansports.com, 25 Apr 2021)

Injuries In November 2017 he underwent surgery after fracturing his right wrist in the semifinals of the All Japan Intercollegiate tournament. He returned to competition in February 2018. (Twitter profile, 13 Feb 2018, 21 Nov 2017)

Awards and honours He was named Rookie of the Year at the 2016 Japanese Olympic Committee [JOC] Sports Awards. (cyclestyle.net, 12 Jun 2017)

Famous relatives His father Yuichi Shikine represented Japan in fencing at world championship level and has served as head coach of the Japan national fencing team. His brother Akihiro Shikine competed in the sport at the 2012 World Cadet Championships in Moscow, Russian Federation, while his mother Naoko was a fencer at national level. (SportsDeskOnline, 05 May 2021; olympicchannel.com, 14 Jan 2019; king-gear.com, 26 Jul 2018; fencing-jpn.jp, 08 May 2018; mainichi.jp, 08 Jan 2017)


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