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 Kenichi Chizuka - “We can only count on Kato for a gold medal but there are many competitors who have medals within their reach.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “One gold is worth 10 bronzes.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “It really took a long time. I was very excited. When I saw her win, I cried. ... One gold is worth 10 bronzes.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “I feel very sorry for the people of Japan.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “We must take these wretched results seriously. I apologize to the Japanese people.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “Our original outlook was that we are looking to win five medals. Talking with the various federations, we might get two or three more.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “We had the worst possible result in terms of the number of medals and we humbly accept it. I apologize to people in Japan for failing to achieve the goal of winning five medals.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “We've been saying our goal is to win five medals of any color.”
 Kenichi Chizuka - “I think it is better to reduce the number of athletes in the delegation in a view to improve their ability to compete. We must take these wretched results seriously. I apologize to the Japanese people.”