The Japanese Swimming Federation has revealed its National Team roster for the 2019/2020 season, with two major names missing from the list.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has just released the selection criteria for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games set to be hosted in Tokyo.
Kosuke Matsui nailed a new PB in the men’s 50m freestyle, hitting 21.88 for a new meet record on the Niigata men’s 4x50m free relay.
World Championships medalist Yui Ohashi walked away with 2 gold medals on just the first day of Japan Sports Festival competition.
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.
25-year-old Kosuke Hagino hit some hard times in 2018 into 2019, but the Japanese Olympic champion is getting his life back on track.
We took our best shot at the research, digging through history to find the top junior times in each event, based on FINA’s world junior record criteria.
Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino was back in the pool today after a several month break to tend to his mental and physical health.
After taking several months off, Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino of Japan is back in the water to race at the 1st stop of this year’s FINA World Cup.
Even without Olympians Hagino and Ikee, Japan has improved in the medal table from 2017 to 2019. They won no golds in 2017, while Seto won them 2 golds here.
Japan’s 25-year-old Daiya Seto just became his nation’s first-ever 200m/400m IM double World Champion tonight in Gwangju.
Katsuhiro Matsumoto soared to a new lifetime best and Japanese National Record time of 1:45.22 to land 2nd place tonight in Gwangju in the men’s 200 free.
Daiya Seto is a one-man wrecking ball, powering his way to a big-time 4:07.95 400m IM PB on day 2 of the 2019 Sette Colli Trophy.
Mitch Larkin hit the fastest time of his career tonight in the men’s 200m IM, establishing a new Aussie Record and Commonwealth Record in the process.
Daiya Seto took .19 off the Mare Nostrum – Monaco meet record in the 200 IM with his winning time of 1:57.60. Watch his race here.