Hiromi Suzuki (athlete)
Hiromi Suzuki in 1995 and 1996 Japanese champion in the 10,000 -meter run and placed the second title win their best time of 31:19,40 on. At the World Athletics Championships in 1995 she finished eighth in 31:54,01 minutes, but was at the 1996 Olympics only Sixteenth.
In early 1996, she had given at the Osaka Women's Marathon their debut at the marathon distance, where they second with her personal best of 2:26:27 was the first time. With a second place at the Nagoya Marathon in early 1997 she qualified for the 1997 World Championships in Athens. There is a heat race in which Suzuki vorbeizog after 28 kilometers at the Portuguese Maria Manuela Machado developed. Hiromi Suzuki won in 2:29:48 hours ago Machado in 2:31:12.
At a height of 1.55 m her competition weight was 43 kg.