The 96th Japan Student Swimming Championships roared on from Tokyo tonight, as swimmers from around the nation took on day 3.
Las listas de partida en general están salpicadas de talentos emergentes con la melodía de Shoma Sato, Rio Shirai y más.
Suzuka Hasegawa threw down a massive 200m fly time last weekend and is set to compete at the Japan Student Championships.
Remember Masato Sakai of Japan, the man who fell just .04 shy of 200 fly Olympic gold in Rio? The soon-to-be-25-year-old is back.
Do-it-all Daiya Seto clocked the 2nd sub-minute 100m breaststroke of his career tonight in Tokyo to take gold at the Konami Open.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
World University Games gold medalist Shinnosuke Ishikawa busted out the best time of his life in the men’s 100 fly, coming within .11 of the JPN Record.