Japan women's national wheelchair basketball team, with ABeam's Mayo Hagino, win silver at Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games

ABeam Consulting Ltd.

ABeam’s Mayo Hagino and her teammates on the Japanese national wheelchair basketball team have won a silver medal at the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games in Jakarta.

In the women’s tournament that began on October 6, the Japanese national team advanced to the final match, cruising through matches in the preliminary round and the semi-final. After suffering a stinging loss to China in the gold medal match, the Japanese came away with silver, as they did in the 2014 Incheon Asia Para Games.

ABeam Consulting will continue to cheer on Mayo Hagino as she moves toward even more outstanding performances in the future.


Mayo Hagino
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