Morihiro Hashimoto, Japanese darts player, Died at 40

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Morihiro Hashimoto was born on February 10, 1977 and died on March 13, 2017.

He was a Japanese darts player, nicknamed The Ogre.

Initially, he appeared in the PDC circuit competing in the 2009 Las Vegas Desert Classic qualifiers, as well as a Players Championship.

Hashimoto attempted to qualify for the 2010 PDC World Darts Championship but lost in the final of the Japanese Qualifying event to Haruki Muramatsu.

During September 2010, he won through the qualifier, beating Mitsumasa Hoshino in the final and qualified for the 2011 PDC World Darts Championship.

Then after, he was a quarter finalist in the Japan Open and in November, he reached the final of the WDF Asia-Pacific Cup men’s singles, losing to New Zealand’s Koha Kokiri.

Morihiro Hashimoto passed away at 40 years old.

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