Il Tokyo Metro New Year Meet si è concluso ieri, con alcune prestazioni degne di nota. Rika Omoto nuota il PB nei 200 misti-highlights
Japan’s Rika Omoto topped the women’s 200 IM podium here at the Tokyo New Year Meet, hitting a lifetime best in the process.
A raíz de los casos de coronavirus en la ciudad de Tokio, Ikee ha decidido esperar y, en cambio, centrarse en la Copa Kosuke Kitajima.
Tokyo New Year Meet Si torna a gareggiare a Tokyo in vasca corta. Ikee Rikako non gareggerà per l’aumento dei contagi a Tokyo
Originally entered in this weekend’s Tokyo Metro New Year Meet, leukemia survivor Rikako Ikee will be opting out of the competiton.
Katsuhiro (Katsuo) Matsumoto busted out the fastest 100 fly race of his life to take gold on the final day of the 2020 Japan Swim.
World University Games medalist Takumi Terada was near his lifetime best today to enter the men’s 200 fly world rankings.
Day two of the 96th Japan Student Swimming Championships brought the heat, with Tomoru Honda and Shoma Sato making waves.
Las listas de partida en general están salpicadas de talentos emergentes con la melodía de Shoma Sato, Rio Shirai y más.
Suzuka Hasegawa threw down a massive 200m fly time last weekend and is set to compete at the Japan Student Championships.
World Championships bronze medalist Ippei Watanabe got back in the pool for his first 200m breast race in nearly 8 months.
30-year-old Japanese Olympian Ryosuke Irie is Mr. automatic when it comes to consistent performances in the men’s 100m backstroke.
Two-time world champion from Gwangju, Daiya Seto, was one of several elites who raced at the 92nd Waseda/Keio University battle in Tokyo.
Although past his Waseda University career, Olympic medalist Daiya Seto will be making a special guest appearance for his alma mater this weekend.
As we explore the evolution of the 21st century face of the men’s 200 fly thus far, who do you think will become the 2020s face of the men’s 200 fly?