19-year-old Rikako Ikee has selected a new coach as she resumes training in and out of the water in pursuit of a Paris 2024 appearance.
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Tokyo 2020 and the IOC released documents on positioning, principles for re-planning, and a roadmap to the Games on Tuesday.
“A possible decision on further Olympic postponement will be made ‘in the spring if questions over the coronavirus crisis persist,’ says top Olympic official.
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As Tokyo 2020 organizers now head back into the office, they’re reportedly considering a scaling back of the next edition of the Summer Olympic Games.
Several elite Singaporean swimmers are now able to return to training, per relaxation of restrictions by national sport agency Sport Singapore (SportSG).
Daiya Seto dove into the National Training Center pool today, June 1st, marking his post-lockdown journey to the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Despite there no longer being a state of emergency within the nation of Japan, swimmers like Daiya Seto are still shut out of the National Training Center.
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.
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