400 IM Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino is continuing to make waves in his comeback, tonight taking the men’s 200 back in Tokyo.
World Championships silver medalist in the 200 free, Katsuhiro Matsumoto, added another JPN record to his resume by winning the SCM 400 free in Tokyo tonight.
Aussie Zac Stubblety-Cook is keeping the good times rolling in Brisbane, adding the 100m gold to his dynamite 200m breast performance from last night.
Visiting Japanese swimmer Yui Ohashi turned heads in Brisbane, clocking a winning 400m IM time of 4:32.57 at QLD Championships.
IM ace Yui Ohashi is just one of the key Japanese competitors headed to Brisbane for the 2019 Queensland Championships this weekend.
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Olympic champion in the men’s 400m IM, Kosuke Hagino of Japan, is becoming more dangerous with every competition since coming back from a 5-month hiatus.
Reona Aoki and Yasuhiro Koseki both cracked national records in the women’s and men’s SCM 50 breast event competing in Tokyo.
The 61st Japanese Short Course Swimming Championships are slated for this weekend in Tokyo, with double world champion Daiya Set set to race.
The 2019 Japan National Sports Festival wrapped up last night with seasoned veteran Shinri Shioura taking away the men’s 50m freestyle title.
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.
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.
Résumé de la troisième journée des Championnats du monde 2019 à Gwangju. L’Américaine Lilly King conserve son titre sur 100 m brasse
Without Ledecky, McKeon, or Ruck, the women’s 200 freestyle is wide open. Baker and Masse reunite in the 100 back; the women’s 1500 will have a new champion.
Great Britain’s Adam Peaty made history last night as the first man to ever break 57 in the 100 breast semis. Tonight, he may lower his World Record further.