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Japan’s Judo Chief Uemura May Resign Over Funds, Yomiuri Says

Haruki Uemura may step down after independent investigation finds the All Japan Judo Federation president received 400,000 yen from the 1.2 million yen per coach annual subsidies provided by the Japan Sport Council, Yomiuri reports, citing Uemura speaking at a press conference yesterday. * Uemura may resign in June: report

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