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Discipline  Road
Name  Sho Hatsuyama
2013-  Bridgestone-Anchor

2011–2012  Utsunomiya Blitzen
Role  Rider
Current team  Bridgestone–Anchor
Sho Hatsuyama
Born  August 17, 1988 (age 27) Japan (1988-08-17)

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Sho Hatsuyama (初山 翔, Hatsuyama Shō, born August 17, 1988) is a Japanese cyclist riding for Bridgestone-Anchor. His first victory in a road race as a professional was in the 2013 Tour de Okinawa, which he won after the first-place finisher was demoted due to rule violations. In October 2015, he won the ninth stage of the Tour de Singkarak. He became the Japanese road race champion in June 2016.

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Major results

2013
1st Tour de Okinawa
2015
1st Stage 9 Tour of Singkarak
2016
1st National Road Race Championships
2017
1st Mountains classification Tour of Japan

References

Sho Hatsuyama Wikipedia


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