Tokyo Frog King standout Yui Ohashi is set to race at the 2021 Kosuke Kitajima Cup slated for January 22nd – January 24th.
On the heels of Tokyo’s state of emergency, recent surveys reveal that overall popular support for hosting the Games is waning within the nation of Japan.
While Kosuke Hagino was racing his way to an undefeated 400 IM record in the ISL, domestic rival Daiya Seto was on the sidelines. They’ll meet up next month.
Japan’s Rika Omoto topped the women’s 200 IM podium here at the Tokyo New Year Meet, hitting a lifetime best in the process.
Japanese Olympian and multi-world champion Daiya Seto is still searching for a new training home since announcing his return to competition.
London Roar’s Katsumi Nakamura and Tokyo Frog Kings’ Chihiro Igarashi both competed today in Tokyo, winning an event apiece.
The US women of Regan Smith, Lilly King, Kelsi Dahlia, and Simone Manuel lead the pack in the 400 Medley Relay with a WR time of 3:50.40
26-year-old Olympic medalist and two-time 2019 world champion Daiya Seto eyes his return to racing, having been out of competition for nearly 5 months.
Valentine Dumont, who set who Belgian records in 2020, has helped Belgium move into a wildcard spot in the Women’s 800 Free Relay
A state of emergency has been declared for the Tokyo metropolitan area, host of the 2020 Olympic Games, effective today.
Originally entered in this weekend’s Tokyo Metro New Year Meet, leukemia survivor Rikako Ikee will be opting out of the competiton.
Charlotte Bonnet and the French women now have the fifth fastest 400 Free Relay time as they look ahead to Tokyo while other countries fight to qualify.
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