Mizuno introduced the Mizuno GX-Sonic V, the next evolution of acclaimed elite racing tech suit series known as the “Mizuno suit,” to the U.S. market today.
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Daiya Seto wrapped up his 2019 Tokyo Open in major style, producing a 1:55.98 200 IM personal best en route to topping the podium.
Visiting Hungarian swimmer Kristof Milak was back at it this evening at the Tatsumi International Swimming Center, taking the men’s 400m free event.
Although he took the silver in the 200m breast, two-time World Champion in the IM events, Daiya Seto, put up the best time of his career by over a second.
The reigning long course 200 fly World Record holder Kristof Milak is set to battle the reigning short course 200 fly World Record holder Daiya Seto.
Olympic gold medalist Kosuke Hagino cleared the minimum time standard in the men’s 200m IM to make the Japanese National Team at the 11th hour.
The 61st Japanese Short Course Swimming Championships are slated for this weekend in Tokyo, with double world champion Daiya Set set to race.
Danas Rapsys of Lithuania would not be denied in the men’s 200m free, rocking another solid performance of 1:45.82 to close out Berlin.
Arno Kamminga closed out the FINA World Cup Series in Budapest in style, knocking down another record en route to completing his trifecta of breast wins.
Japan’s Ippei Watanabe is set to travel to Aussie Matt Wilson’s training base next month. The men finished with the respective bronze and silver in Gwangju.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has revealed its National Team roster for the 2019/2020 season, with two major names missing from the list.
In just his 2nd meet appearance in more than 6 months, Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino is set to compete at this weekend’s National Sports Festival in Japan.
Résumé de la 6e journée des Championnats du monde 2019 à Gwangju. L’Américaine Simone Manuel s’est imposée sur 100 m nage libre
Résumé de la 5e journée à Gwangju. La Hongroise Boglarka Kapas s’est imposée sur 200 m papillon, devant les Américaines Hali Flickinger et Katie Drabot
Après Caeleb Dressel sur 100 m papillon, c’est sa compatriote Regan Smith, 17 ans, qui inscrit un nouveau record du monde sur 200m dos