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Hoketsu is the oldest Olympian to compete for Japan. He is the second oldest Olympian after Oscar Swahn who was a 72-year-old Swedish shooter who won bronze medal at the 1920 Summer Olympics in Antwerp.
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- "London 2012 Olympics: Japan hoping stage is set for old campaigner Hiroshi Hoketsu's golden age," The Telegraph (UK); excerpt, "... the oldest Olympian to compete at any Games for 92 years. 'The Hope of Old Men', they call him ..."; retrieved 2012-7-20.
- Topend Sports Network, "Japan at the Olympics"; retrieved 2012-7-20.
- Sports Reference.com (SR/Olympics), "Hiroshi Hoketsu"; retrieved 2012-7-20.
- Dressage.com, Hiroshi Hoketsu; retrieved 2012-7-20.