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Full name  Ai Otomo
Name  Ai Otomo
Nickname  You
Role  Volleyball player

Spike  310cm
Height  1.84 m
Position  Middle Blocker
Weight  68 kg
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Born  March 24, 1982 Sendai, Miyagi, Japan (1982-03-24)
Spouse  Hiroyuki Akimoto (m. 2013), Tatsuo Yamamoto (m. 2006–2012)
Children  Shinnosuke Akimoto, Miku Otomo
Olympic medals  Volleyball at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Women's volleyball
Similar People  Yoshie Takeshita, Erika Araki, Saori Kimura, Kaori Inoue, Tatsuo Yamamoto

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Ai Ōtomo (大友 愛, Ōtomo Ai , born March 24, 1982) is a Japanese volleyball player. Her name before her divorce was Ai Yamamoto (山本 愛).

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Career

She competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece, wearing the number #13 jersey. She took fifth place with the Japan women's national team. She played as a middle-blocker.

In 2006, she was two months pregnant when she married Tatsuo Yamamoto, a professional beach volleyball player.

In 2008, Hisamitsu Springs announced that she would return to active duty.

In 2009, she moved to JT Marvelous.

In September 2011, due to a right knee injury, Japan Volleyball Association announced that she would not play in the World Cup.

At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she was part of the Japanese team that won the bronze medal in indoor women's volleyball.

In April 2013 JT Marvelous announced her retirement.

On 8 August 2013, Ai married Hiroyuki Akimoto who is a Judoka.

Clubs

  • SendaiIkuei High School
  • NEC Red Rockets(2000–2006)
  • Hisamitsu Springs (2008–2009)
  • JT Marvelous (2009–2013)
  • Individual

  • 1999 Asian Youth Championship – Best server award
  • 2000 Asian Junior Championship – Server award
  • 2001 2000–01 V.Premier League – New face award
  • 2002 51st Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Championship – Best6
  • 2005 54th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Championship – Best6
  • 2009 58th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Best6
  • 2010 2009–10 V.Premier League – Best 6
  • 2010 59th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Best6
  • 2011 2010–11 V.Premier League – Best 6
  • 2011 60th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – MVP, Best6
  • 2013 62nd Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Best 6
  • Team

  • 2001 Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Championship – Champion, with NEC Red Rockets
  • 2002 8th V.League – Runner-Up, with NEC Red Rockets
  • 2003 9th V.League – Champion, with NEC Red Rockets
  • 2004 10th V.League – Champion, with NEC Red Rockets
  • 2008–09 V.Premier League – Runner-Up, with Hisamitsu Springs
  • 2009 58th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Runner-Up, with Hisamistu Springa
  • 2009–10 V.Premier League – Runner-Up, with JT Marvelous
  • 2010 59th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Runner-Up, with JT Marvelous
  • 2010–11 V.Premier League – Champion, with JT Marvelous
  • 2011 60th Kurowashiki All Japan Volleyball Tournament – Champion, with JT Marvelous
  • Senior team

  • 2002 World Championship – 13th place
  • 2004 Summer Olympics – 5th place
  • 2010 World Championship – Bronze medal
  • 2011 Montreux Volley Masters – Champion
  • 2012: Bronze Medal in the Olympic Games of London
  • Junior team

  • 2000 World Youth Championship – Champion
  • References

    Ai Ōtomo Wikipedia


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