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2004 World Yo-Yo Contest 3A 1st Daisuke Shimada
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Daisuke Shimada (A.K.A. "Shima") is a Japanese 3A player and renowned yo-yo modder. Shima is a former member of Team YoYoJam and Team Others

After the 2005 WYYC, he shared the distinction of the player with the most World titles (four) along with Shinji Saito, the latter has since surpassed this record.

In 2010, he took his expertise and used it to start his own yo-yo manufacturing company, YoYoJoker, debuting with the DoubleJoker yo-yo.

Signature yo-yos

Achievements

2002

  • UTYJ Tokyo Regional - X Division - 5th Place
  • UTYJ National - X Division - 8th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - X Division - 1st Place

2003

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - X Division - 4th Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place

2004

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 4th Place
  • West Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place

2005

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 2nd Place
  • West Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 2nd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place

2006

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 2nd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 3rd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 4th Place

2007

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 4th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 3rd Place

2009

  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 6th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 5th Place

2011

  • Asia-Pacific Yo-Yo Championships - 3A Division - 6th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 7th Place

2012

No information yet

2013

  • Demonstrated at the Taiwan Yo-Yo Contest
  • East Japan Yo-Yo Contest B-Block - 3A Division - No information

2014

  • Hamatatsu Yo-Yo Contest - Fixed Axle Division - 1st Place

2015

  • Asia Pacific Yo-Yo Contest Preliminary - 3A Division - 10th Place
  • Demonstrated at the Victoria Harbour Yo-Yo Competition

2016

  • Hamatatsu Yo-Yo Contest - Fixed Axle Division - 3rd Place

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