Hiromi Suzuki (athlete)

Hiromi Suzuki (Japanese铃木 博 美, Suzuki Hiromi, born December 6, 1968 in Chiba ) is a former Japanese long-distance runner.

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.