Japanese Olympian and 2018 Asian Games MVP Rikako Ikee spoke with us this week on her current status, future plans and more.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Multi-world champion Daiya Seto of Japan decided to change-up his coach just over a year from the postponed Olympic Games. His new coach is a wildcard.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has officially lifted the state of emergency declared over the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in his nation.
Catch international happenings in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Japan’s World Championships silver medalist Katsuhiro Matsumoto.
The announcement comes after FINA previously postponed the FINA World Aquatics Championships from 2021 to 2022 to avoid an Olympic conflict.
Japan’s Swimming Club Association and Health Sports Medical Science Committee have collaborated on official COVID-19 guidelines for when pools can reopen.
“Today, I will show you myself like this for the first time,” reads 19-year-old Rikako Ikee, the Japanese Olympian stricken with leukemia in early 2019.
Loads of big names are included in this edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, including Michael Phelps, Rikako Ikee, and Trinidad & Tobago Olympian George Bovell.
This brings the total adverse analytical findings in the Moscow laboratory data to 61 since WADA began reviewing the retrieved information.
Chinese swimmers conducted a domestic meet of just national teamers, rendering some head-turning results as their Olympic journey begins.
Junya Koga has said he is facing the challenge head-on, capitalizing on the extra time he, and other athletes in his scenario, have been gifted.
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