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2008 World Yo-Yo Contest 4A 1st Rei Iwakura
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Rei Iwakura is a Japanese 4A player, former member of Team YoYoJam, and current member of Team C3yoyodesign. He is also recognized for his inventive AP routines as well as innovative use of Soloham offstring tricks. So far, has he had two signature offstring yo-yos, each made by a different company. He is a five-time Japanese National 4A Champion as of 2017.

On the side, he also does diabolos.

Signature Yo-yos

Achievements

2004

  • West Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 3rd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 5th Place

2005

  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 5A Division - 7th Place

2006

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 3rd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 9th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 4th Place

2007

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 3A Division - 7th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - AP Division - 2nd Place

2008

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 5A Division - 2nd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 5A Division - 8th Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - AP Division - 2nd Place

2009

  • South Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • South Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 5th Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - AP Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - Combined Division - 3rd place

2010

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 2nd Place
  • Asia Pacific Yo-Yo Championships - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - AP Division - 2nd Place

2011

  • North Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • North Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 1A Division - 1st Place
  • Asia Pacific Yo-Yo Championships - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • 44CLASH - X Division - 1st Place

2012

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 2nd Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • 44CLASH - X Division - 1st Place

2013

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 6th Place

2014

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place

2015

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

2016

  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Japan National Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place

2017

  • Hamatatsu Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • Hamatatsu Yo-Yo Contest - Diabolo - 7th Place
  • Central Japan Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place
  • World Yo-Yo Contest - 4A Division - 1st Place

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