Hiroko Makino produced the #6 200m fly time in the world to add her name to Japan’s roster for this summer’s World Championships.
Yui Ohashi will be back at it this week, competing at the Japan Open, the final qualifier for this summer’s World Championships.
CAMPIONATI MONDIALI FINA 2019 – GWANGJU 21/28 Luglio 2019 – nuoto Gwangju, Corea sito web dell’evento Programma gare nuoto A…
The ageless Ryosuke Irie made the World Championships roster for Gwangju in the men’s 200m back, so far.
Check out who has cleared the stiff JPN qualifying times for this summer’s World Championships through day 6 of the Japanese Swimming Championships.
The timeless Ryosuke Irie collected his 12th national title in the men’s 200m back to qualify for this summer’s World Championships.
The primary contingencies from each nation are in tact for Tokyo, although there are a few notable additions, including 2016 Olympic champion Kyle Chalmers.
A couple of twists characterized day 2 prelims of the FINA World Cup in Beijing, including a rare miss by Hungarian Katinka Hosszu.
Take a look at how the Asian Games made a dent in the 2018 world rankings.
The penultimate day of the 2018 Asian Games wraps up tonight with six medal events. China’s Xu Jiayu seeks a backstroke sweep for 2018, sitting second in the 200 back after winning the 50 and 100 earlier on. Meanwhile, Chinese teammates Li Bingjie (who won the 200 free) and Wang Jianjiahe (who won the 1500) will meet in the 800 free, clashing for gold.
Ryosuke Irie claimed 2 silvers behind American Ryan Murphy at the Pan Pacific Championships. Will the Japanese national record holder be able to come away with a gold ahead of rival Xu Jiayu here in Jakarta?
Japan’s Kosuke Hagino will be racing both the 200m and 400m IM events in Jakarta in a bid to repeat his titles from the 2014 edition of the prestigious Asian Games competition.
It’s been good Tokyo: a lot of a fast swimming and fun times. The 2018 Pan Pacific Championships are a…
Ryan Murphy is in position to sweep the men’s backstroke events at the Pan Pacific Championships.
National record holders and world-ranked Rikako Ikee, Kosuke Hagino, Daiya Seto and Katsumi Nakamura are among the Japanese Pan Pacific Championships swimmers selected.