Questo fine settimana si svolgerà il 63° Campionato giapponese di nuoto in vasca corta, unica possibilità di qualificazione per i Mondiali
Former 200 breaststroke WR holder Ippei Watanabe has been quiet since missing out on the Olympic squad but he’s set to race in his native Japan this weekend.
The final day of the 2021 Japan Student Swimming Championships wrapped up on Sunday, with Olympians Tomoru Honda and Shoma Sato among those back in the water.
Nella sessione odierna dei Campionati studenteschi universitari giapponesi è sceso in acqua la medaglia d’argento olimpica Tomoru Honda.
Tomoru Honda and teammate Daiki Tanaka each posted a 200m fly time that would have finished among the top 4 at the 2020 Olympic Games.
Le deludenti prestazioni di Shoma Sato nei 200 metri rana maschili alle Olimpiadi di Tokyo sono dovute ad un’ernia di cui soffre ancora
20-year-old Shoma Sato owns 3 of the top 10 fastest performances ever in the men’s 200m breaststroke yet was a non-factor at the Olympic Games.
SwimSwam’s official selections ended up placing tied for 24th in the Olympic Pick ’em Contest, while editor-in-chief Braden Keith tied for fourth.
Michael Andrew is the obvious choice to swim breast on the men’s 400 medley relay, but could the U.S. go off the board with Nic Fink?
Only 4 Pick’Em voters correctly picked Bobby Finke (above) to win the men’s 800 freestyle final. 685 people gave the win to Paltrinieri who finished in 2nd.
Stubblety-Cook won Olympic gold with a 2:06.38 and became the first-ever man to swim under 2:07 in the event at an Olympic Games.
19-year-old Tomoru Honda of Japan couldn’t contain his big smile after snagging silver in the men’s 200m fly in Tokyo on day 4.
Programma intenso quello delle batterie del day 4 che si apre con i 100 metri stile libero maschili e si chiude con gli 800 maschili
Day 4 will feature Caeleb Dressel’s first individual event of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the 100 free where he is .05 off Cesar Cielo’s World Record.
A combined seven 400 IM World Championship gold medals between them, Daiya Seto and Katinka Hosszu struggled through the prelim heats on Day 1 in Tokyo.