Naoki Tsukahara (塚原 直貴, born 10 May 1985) is a Japanese sprinter who specialises in the 100 metres. He was seventh in 100 m at the 58th National Sports Festival of Japan in 2003. After coming sixth over 200 m at the 2004 Japan Student Athletics Championships, he returned two years later to place runner-up in both short sprints. The 2006 Japan Championships in Athletics saw him with the 100 m title and take third in the 200 m.

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  • Naoki Tsukahara (jap. 塚原 直貴, Tsukahara Naoki; * 10. Mai 1985 in Okaya, Japan) ist ein japanischer Sprinter. Bei den Olympischen Spielen in Peking gewann er in der 4-mal-100-Meter-Staffel mit seinen Mitläufern die Bronzemedaille in einer Zeit von 38,15 s. (de)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (en japonais, 塚原 直貴, Tsukahara Naoki) (né le 10 mai 1985 à Okaya, préfecture de Nagano) est un athlète japonais, spécialiste du sprint. Il détient les records personnels de 10 s 09 sur 100 m (Hiroshima, 27 juin 2009) et 20 s 35 sur 200m (Yokohama, 21 mai 2006). À Osaka 2007, il bat une première fois le record d'Asie du relais 4 × 100 m en 38 s 21. En finale, il a à nouveau battu le record d'Asie du 4 × 100 m avec une équipe composée de Naoki Tsukahara, Shingo Suetsugu, Shinji Takahira et Nobuharu Asahara, en 38 s 03 à Ōsaka, le 1er septembre 2007.Le 16 août 2008, il participe aux demi-finales du 100 m des Jeux olympiques 2008 à Pékin mais échoue à la 7e place de sa demi-finale en 10 s 16. Il a remporté deux argents aux Jeux asiatiques de 2006 à Doha (100 m et 4 × 100 m). (fr)
  • 塚原 直貴(つかはら なおき、1985年5月10日 - )は日本の陸上競技選手で、専門は短距離。 (ja)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (jap. 塚原直貴 Tsukahara Naoki, ur. 10 maja 1985 w Nagano) – japoński lekkoatleta, sprinter, brązowy medalista igrzysk olimpijskich z Pekinu w sztafecie 4 x 100 m. (pl)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (塚原 直貴, born 10 May 1985) is a Japanese sprinter who specialises in the 100 metres. He was seventh in 100 m at the 58th National Sports Festival of Japan in 2003. After coming sixth over 200 m at the 2004 Japan Student Athletics Championships, he returned two years later to place runner-up in both short sprints. The 2006 Japan Championships in Athletics saw him with the 100 m title and take third in the 200 m. Tsukahara represented Japan at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing where he competed at the 100 metre sprint and placed second in his first heat after Churandy Martina in a time of 10.39 seconds. He qualified for the second round in which he improved his time to 10.23 seconds, finishing third behind Martina and Michael Frater. In the 100 m semi-finals Tsukahara achieved a time of 10.16 seconds, his best of the season, but finished in seventh place, failing to qualify for the final. Together with Shingo Suetsugu, Shinji Takahira and Nobuharu Asahara, Tsukahara also competed in the 4x100 metres relay final at the 2008 Summer Olympics. In their qualification heat, the team placed second behind Trinidad and Tobago, ahead of the teams from the Netherlands and Brazil. Their time of 38.52 s was the third fastest out of sixteen participating nations in the first round and they qualified for the final. There they sprinted to a time of 38.15 seconds, placing third after the Jamaican and Trinidad teams, winning the bronze medal. The achievement was a historic one in terms of Japanese olympians; it is the first track medal won by Japanese athletes in 80 years, as well as being the first medal won by male Japanese athletes. Tsukahara had a strong start to the 2009 season, improving his 200 m best in early May to 20.61 s. He also set a new 100 m personal best at the 2009 Osaka Grand Prix. He easily won with a time of 10.13 seconds but still felt that he was capable of running faster. (en)
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  • Naoki Tsukahara (jap. 塚原 直貴, Tsukahara Naoki; * 10. Mai 1985 in Okaya, Japan) ist ein japanischer Sprinter. Bei den Olympischen Spielen in Peking gewann er in der 4-mal-100-Meter-Staffel mit seinen Mitläufern die Bronzemedaille in einer Zeit von 38,15 s. (de)
  • 塚原 直貴(つかはら なおき、1985年5月10日 - )は日本の陸上競技選手で、専門は短距離。 (ja)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (jap. 塚原直貴 Tsukahara Naoki, ur. 10 maja 1985 w Nagano) – japoński lekkoatleta, sprinter, brązowy medalista igrzysk olimpijskich z Pekinu w sztafecie 4 x 100 m. (pl)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (塚原 直貴, born 10 May 1985) is a Japanese sprinter who specialises in the 100 metres. He was seventh in 100 m at the 58th National Sports Festival of Japan in 2003. After coming sixth over 200 m at the 2004 Japan Student Athletics Championships, he returned two years later to place runner-up in both short sprints. The 2006 Japan Championships in Athletics saw him with the 100 m title and take third in the 200 m. (en)
  • Naoki Tsukahara (en japonais, 塚原 直貴, Tsukahara Naoki) (né le 10 mai 1985 à Okaya, préfecture de Nagano) est un athlète japonais, spécialiste du sprint. Il détient les records personnels de 10 s 09 sur 100 m (Hiroshima, 27 juin 2009) et 20 s 35 sur 200m (Yokohama, 21 mai 2006). Il a remporté deux argents aux Jeux asiatiques de 2006 à Doha (100 m et 4 × 100 m). (fr)
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