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Information on Kuniko Obinata’s Performance at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games

2010/03/17

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March 23, 2010
Kuniko Obinata of Dentsu Public Relations has withdrawn from the Super-G race held on March 19 PDT (March 20 JST) and Super Combined Super-G race held on March 21 PDT (March 22 JST) as a result of head trauma suffered in an unfortunate accident during the downhill race.
March 19, 2010
Kuniko Obinata of Dentsu Public Relations raced in the women’s downhill in the sitting category on March 18 PDT (March 19 JST), but did not finish due to skiing out of bounds. She was taken to a local hospital because of a head trauma but was released soon after as there was not a serious injury.
March 17, 2010
Kuniko Obinata of Dentsu Public Relations won the bronze medal for the women’s giant slalom in the sitting category on March 16 PDT (March 17 JST). This is her second medal for the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games and tenth overall.
March 15, 2010
Kuniko Obinata of Dentsu Public Relations won the bronze medal for women’s slalom in the sitting category on March 14 PDT (March 15 JST). This is the first medal won by a Japanese athlete in the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympic Games.
For inquires regarding this announcement please contact:
Kyoko Fujii, Corporate PR Division
Tel:+81-(0)3-5565-8433; Fax:+81-(0)3-5565-8440
E-mail:info@dentsu-pr.co.jp
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