Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions for all categories.
It just might be the longest Swammy streak currently in existence. Norimasa Hirai has won Asia’s Coach of the Year award for four years running now.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has revealed its National Team roster for the 2019/2020 season, with two major names missing from the list.
At the office of the Japanese Swimming Federation President and in the presence of Kosuke Kitajima, Hagino pledges his re-commitment to competitive swimming with Tokyo 2020 in his sights.
This year’s Japan Swimming Championships, the meet which serves as the nation’s primary qualifying competition for the 2019 World Championships, will have a black cloud raining overhead when racing begins on Tuesday, April 2nd.
Japan’s key leader Kosuke Hagino has abandoned plans to compete at his nation’s World Championships Trials meet of the Japanese Championships next month.
Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino hasn’t quite produced the results for which he was hoping so far this year. He’s decided to withdraw from the Japanese National Team’s training camp in Spain to regroup and refocus.
The entire swimming community was shocked to learn that Japanese swimming superstar Rikako Ikee has been diagnosed with leukemia, just months after becoming the first-ever Asian Games MVP.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
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.
The Japanese Swimming Federation has released high-level parameters surrounding qualification for the 2019 FINA Long Course World Championships, as well as a hint into the process to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The Japanese squad is arriving in Jakarta for the 2018 Asian Games, but will be without their leader, Norimasa Hirai.
Kosuke Hagino has reportedly signed his 2nd sponsorship deal since turning pro last month.
fter finishing second at the men’s 2016 NCAA Championships, Durden put five swimmers on the American men’s Olympic team, all of which went on to make an Olympic final.
Multiple Olympic medalist Kosuke Hagino of Japan (left) underwent successful elbow surgery stemming from his pre-World Championships accident.