The nation of Japan is gearing up to cheer on their swimmers when the Summer Olympics arrive in Tokyo in 2020.
American Maya DiRado announced even before the Rio Olympic Games that her performances there would indeed be her last.
Rie Kaneto, qui vient d’annoncer qu’elle prenait sa retraite sportive à 29 ans, n’est pas une petite championne.
Winning her Olympic gold medal in the women’s 200m breast at 27 years of age, Japan’s Rie Kaneto has decided to hang up her goggles.
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Nathan Adrian will be going for his first individual world title in the men’s 100 free final.
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With Japanese powerhouse Kosuke Hagino back in full force since last fall’s endoscopic elbow surgery, international eyes will be on the Olympic gold medalist as he competes domestically at his nation’s championships next month.
Reigning 200m breaststroke Olympic champion, Rie Kaneto of Japan, has announced she will not be partaking in her nation’s World Championships qualifying meet in April.
28-year-old Rie Kaneto claimed her first Olympic gold medal this past summer in Rio, topping the women’s 200m breaststroke field.
Rie Kaneto proved that age is just a number this year with her gold medal-winning Rio performance at 27 years of age.
At 28, Rie Kaneto of Japan inspires youth around the nation of Japan, including her home prefecture.
After narrowing in on the 50 breast World Record last week, Atkinson finally had a breakthrough in today’s race.
2013 and 2015 World Champion Daiya Seto leads a Japanese team of 39 in their hosted Asian Swimming Championships next month.
Chad le Clos and Jeanette Ottesen each cracked $100,000 in total World Cup prize earnings after the conclusion of the tour’s second cluster and its massive cluster bonus checks.