With the 2010-2019 decade officially ending, we’re looking back at the world’s top 10 swimming moments of the past ten years.
Four-time Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima will head the yet-to-be-named ISL Tokyo team, while Global Swim Series’ Robert Kent will lead the Toronto squad.
Kosuke Kitajima, cuatro veces campeón olímpico, dirigirá el equipo procedente de Tokio, mientras que Robert Kent (Global Swim Series) guiará el de Toronto.
La ISL ha annunciato durante la conferenza stampa svoltasi a Las Vegas sabato, che per la stagione 20/2021 ci saranno due ulteriori team: Tokyo e Toronto
The men’s 200 breast holds the fastest performers in history with the defending World champ (Chupkov) and world record holder (Watanabe) in contention.
Dieci mesi dopo aver annunciato il suo ritiro ufficiale dal nuoto professionistico, il campione olimpico Daniel Gyurta è stato nominato…
Ten months after his official retirement from swimming, Gyurta is getting into politics.
Along with Japanese National Team Coach Norimasa Hirai, Daiya Seto’s coach, Takayuki Umehara, earned our Swammy Award for the 2018 Asian Coach of the Year.
Japanese athletes have been on a perpetual racing schedule this year, which continues with the Kitajima Cup taking place this week.
Want to see Rikako Ikee race alongside Kosuke Kitajima?
Rikako Ikee, just 18 years old, became the first woman ever to be awarded MVP of the Asian Games.
After breaking the Pan Pacs Record this morning, Murphy is set up for a backstroke sweep and could swim his first sub-1:54 since Rio.
Ippei Watanabe broke the Pan Pacific Championship meet record to win gold in the men’s 200 breast.
Yasuhiro Koseki is one of the contenders in the men’s 200 breast on day 4 of the Pan Pacific Championships.
The former mark was a 2:08.36 done by Japanese breaststroke legend Kosuke Kitajima at the 2010 Pan Pacs.