Daiya Seto

The Olympics That Would Have Been: Milak Soars, Hosszu Defends On Day 4

Kristof Milak and Katinka Hosszu both continued to show their dominance in the men’s 200 fly and women’s 200 IM, respectively, on Day 4 in Tokyo.


The Olympics That Would Have Been: Smith, Murphy & King Lead U.S. Gold Rush

Regan Smith, Ryan Murphy and Lilly King all take down world records en route to gold on Day 3 of our parallel universe 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.


Kristof Milak Torna A Nuotare I 200 Farfalla. 1:55.01 A Budapest

Kristof Milak è tornato a gareggiare nella distanza in cui detiene il World Record ed è il campione del mondo in carica, i 200 farfalla. Il crono è 1:55.01

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Segunda jornada exitosa para el recordman mundial Kristof Milak en Budapest

Ahora en 200 mariposa, la prueba que desde hace un año lo tiene como dueño del récord mundial, el húngaro sigue sobresaliendo en el 4 Naciones

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WR Holder Kristof Milak Posts 1:55 200 Fly On Day 2 Of 4 Nations Meet

Reigning 200 fly world record holder Kristof Milak secured his 200 fly victory on night 2 of the 4 Nations Meet taking place in his home nation of Hungary.


The Olympics That Would Have Been: Seto Leads Strong Start For Japan On Day 1

In a parallel universe where COVID-19 hasn’t drastically changed the world around us, the opening day of the Tokyo Olympic swimming program is underway.


Beyond The Lane Lines: Ryan Murphy’s Daily Menu

Read up on this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines, featuring Ryan Murphy, Rikako Ikee, Daiya Seto and more in unique stories from around the web.

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Olympic Champion Kosuke Hagino: ‘The Extra Year Of Preparation Is A Gift’

New father Kosuke Hagino is readjusting his perspective with any extra year of training in the quest of defending his 400m IM Olympic gold medal.


Japan’s Safety Guidelines Specifically Address Athletes’ Mental Health

The Japanese Swimming Federation (JASF) included mindful steps to help ensure that its athletes’ mental health is taken into account when returning.

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Dolfin Swim of the Week: Larkin’s World-Leading 1:55.7 IM From One Year Ago

Well known as a backstroker, Australia’s Mitch Larkin was the best 200 IMer in the entire world last season, with a swim he put up one year ago today.


Roadmaps 2.0 – Mapping International Swim Stars: Men’s 200 Fly

As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?


Daiya Seto Takes First Splash Toward Tokyo With Official NTC Practice

Daiya Seto dove into the National Training Center pool today, June 1st, marking his post-lockdown journey to the Tokyo Olympic Games.


Japan’s National Training Center Reopens, But Elite Swimmers Shut Out

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.

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Daiya Seto Si Affida Ad Un Amico Per La Supervisione Degli Allenamenti

Daiya Seto ha annunciato che per preparare i Giochi di Tokyo sarà affiancato da un amico senza esperienza come allenatore

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Curveball Coaching Decision From Daiya Seto Lands On Long-Time Friend

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.