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Yoshitsugu Naka, a Japanese archer who had qualified for the Tokyo Paralympics, died at the age of 60, the Japan Para Archery Federation said Tuesday.

The national governing body of para archery said Naka had been undergoing medical treatment since last November and had died on Sunday, but did not disclose the cause of his death.

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