- Not to be confused with the junior curler from Karuizawa, Yumi Suzuki (Karuizawa curler)
|Born||2 December 1991|
|Curling club||Loco Solare CC,|
|4 (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)|
Suzuki was a member of a team, "Tokoro Junior High school Robins", with Chinami Yoshida, Yurika Yoshida and Kaho Onodera. They were the Hokkaido representative for Japan Curling Championships and ranked third place in 2006 and 2007.
During the 2015-16 season, they had success internationally as Japan's national team, winning a gold at the 2015 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships and a silver at the 2016 World Women's Curling Championship, which was Japan's first-ever world championship medal. Meanwhile, domestically, Suzuki with the team won her first national championship title at the 2016 Japan Curling Championships. The team would win a bronze medal at the 2016 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships and a silver at the 2017 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships. They also won a bronze medal at the 2017 Asian Winter Games.
Suzuki was part of the Japanese team that won the 2018 Olympics women curling bronze medal.
Suzuki again represented Japan at the 2018 Pacific-Asia Curling Championships. Her team went an undefeated 6-0 record in the round robin, but lost to the Koreans (skipped by Kim Min-ji in the final. The next month, she represented Japan in the second leg of the 2018–19 Curling World Cup in Omaha, United States, which her team would end up winning, this time defeating Kim and her South Korean rink in the final.
Suzuki was born in Kitami, Hokkaido. She started curling when she was at elementary school. She was educated at Asahikawa National College of Technology and Kitami Institute of Technology where she gained a Bachelor of Engineering degree in 2014.
|2011–12||Mari Motohashi||Megumi Mabuchi||Yumi Suzuki||Akane Eda||Yurika Yoshida|
|2012–13||Mari Motohashi||Yurika Yoshida||Megumi Mabuchi||Yumi Suzuki|
|2013–14||Mari Motohashi||Yurika Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Megumi Mabuchi|
|2014–15||Mari Motohashi||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida||Megumi Mabuchi|
|2015–16||Satsuki Fujisawa||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida||Mari Motohashi||PACC, WCC|
|2016–17||Satsuki Fujisawa||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida||Mari Motohashi||PACC, AWG|
|2017–18||Satsuki Fujisawa||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida||Mari Motohashi||JOCT, PACC, OG|
|2018–19||Satsuki Fujisawa||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida||— / Kotomi Ishizaki||CWC, PCC|
|2019–20||Satsuki Fujisawa||Chinami Yoshida||Yumi Suzuki||Yurika Yoshida|
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