Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino already made waves yesterday in the 400m IM but tonight he doubled up with an impressive 200 IM performance.
The 200m free silver medalist at last year’s FINA World Aquatic Championships, Katsuhiro Matsumoto, is in action this weekend at the Chiba Prefectural Meet.
IM and butterfly monster Daiya Seto is among the Japanese competitors ready to rumble in Tokyo next weekend, giving a preview of the nation’s Olympic Trials.
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Reigning World Record holder Ippei Watanabe proved he is a gold medal contender for this summer’s World Championships, convincingly winning the 200m breast on the final night of the 2019 Japan Open.
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The ageless Ryosuke Irie made the World Championships roster for Gwangju in the men’s 200m back, so far.
The timeless Ryosuke Irie collected his 12th national title in the men’s 200m back to qualify for this summer’s World Championships.
Yasuhiro Koseki completed the breaststroke trifecta, holding off reigning world record holder Ippei Watanabe in the men’s 200m breaststroke in Tokyo tonight.
Today at the FFN Golden Tour Camille Muffat- Nice, Katinka Hosszu posted the fastest time in the world this season in the 200 IM.
Another tight race here, but Kazakstan’s Dmitry Balandin used a strong second half to win the gold in 59.96, the 9th-fastest time in the world this year.
Japanese swimmer Ippei Watanabe set a new World Junior Record in the finals of the 200m breaststroke at the Japan Open with a time of 2:09.75.
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The Japan Open will kick off this Thursday in Tatsumi, Japan, and the home country has shown up in full-force, according to the start lists, which include Olympic bronze medalist Kosuke Hagino.