Kotomi Ishizaki (石崎 琴美 Ishizaki Kotomi born on 4th January 1979) is a curler from Japan.Edit

Kotomi Ishizaki currently throws Lead stones for skip Moe Meguro.[1]

She made her World Championship debut at the 2003 Winnipeg World Championships playing lead for Shinobu Aota's team from Japan. She would return to the world championships in 2004with the same team.

Her next World Championships came in 2008 where the Japanese women (along with Team China) became the first team from the Pacific region to qualify for the Playoffs at the World Championships. Ishizaki and her team, skipped by Moe Meguro defeated Team Switzerland in the 3 vs. 4 Playoff match. In the Semifinal they nearly defeated Team Canada and went to the Bronze Medal match to face a rematch against Team Switzerland. They would lose this match 9 - 7 which would become the second best performance by a Pacific region team at the Curling World Championships.

Kotomi Ishizaki played Lead position for Team Japan at the 2010 Winter Olympics.[2][dead link] and at the 2010 Ford World Women's Curling Championship.


2010 Vancouver Olympic Games

Moe MeguroSkip

Anna OhmiyaThird

Mari MotohashiSecond

Mayo YamauraAlternate

2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Games

Akiko KatohSkip

Yumie HayashiThird

Ayumi OnoderaSecond

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