Catch Olympic Wrestler Saori Yoshida's Machamp in Japan This Month Olympic wrestler Saori Yoshida is collaborating with Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon to release a special Machamp for the Nintendo
Saori Yoshida - Japanese wrestler. Starting from 1998 she won every major competition, including three Olympic Games, four Asian Games, and 12 world championships, and became the most decorated athlete in the freestyle wrestling history. As of 2014, Yoshida had only two senior career losses, to Marcie Van Dusen (0–2) on January 20, 2008 at the Team World Cup series, and to Valeria Zholobova (1–2) on May 27, 2012 at the World Cup.
Silver medallist Tonya Lynn Verbeek of Canada, Gold medallist Saori Yoshida of Japan, Bronze medallist Jackeline Renteria Castillo of Colombia, and Bronze medalist Yuliya Ratkevich of Azerbaijan in the Women's Freestyle 55 kg Wrestling
Ladies and gentlemen, @helen_maroulis! She is the first female olympic gold medalist in wrestling for @teamusa in history. She did that by defeating 3X defending champion Saori Yoshida, this Thursday at @rio2016, in the 53kg freestyle final. Wow!!! #wrestling #rio2016 #olympics2016 #olympics #teamusa #jiujitsumag #jiujitsu #takedown #usa #freestyle #champion #bjj #sports #competition #oss
Japan's Saori Yoshida (red) Azerbaijan's Natalya Sinishin (blue) in their women's qualifying match on August during the wrestling event of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Carioca Arena 2 in Rio de Janeiro.