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Hiromi Yamamoto

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Hiromi Yamamoto

Olympic medal record
Women's Speed Skating
Bronze 1994 Lillehammer 5000 m

Hiromi Yamamoto (later Yamanaka, 山本 宏美 later 山中, Yamamoto Hiromi, later Yamanaka?, born April 21, 1970) is a Japanese speed skater who competed in the 1994 Winter Olympics.

She was born in Shiraoi and is the wife of Takeshi Yamanaka.

In 1994 she won the bronze medal in the 5000 metres event. In the 3000 metres competition she finished seventh and in the 1500 metres contest she finished 15th.

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