As with the upcoming Konami Open, the Japanese Olympic Trials will also be offering cash prizes for broken records. But, which ones are likely to go down?
Japanese national record holder Yasuhiro Koseki is taking a page from Adam Peaty’s playbook when it comes to getting it done in the gym.
On-fire Daiya Seto will have extra incentive to give it his all at next month’s Konami Open, seeing how a quarter of a million dollars is up for grabs.
18-year-old Shoma Sato is quickly making a name for himself in one of the world’s deepest breaststroke nations. Sato was 2:07.58 in the 200 breast.
18-year-old Shoma Sato busted out the best 200 breaststroke of his young career, crushing a time of 2:07.58 to close out Kosuke Kitajima Cup.
Although he took the silver in the 200m breast, two-time World Champion in the IM events, Daiya Seto, put up the best time of his career by over a second.
The 61st Japanese Short Course Swimming Championships are slated for this weekend in Tokyo, with double world champion Daiya Set set to race.
Shoma Sato, Waka Kobori and more highlight the final night of competition at the 2019 Japanese Student Swimming Championships.
Shoma Sato has swum faster than the official World Junior Record in the 200 meter breaststroke
Regan Smith set World Records in the 100m back and 200m back at 2019 World Championships and is an early favorite to win gold in Tokyo in 2020.
Mondiali Junior: Andrei Minakov e Lani Pallister sono stati proclamati nuotatore e nuotatrice dell’evento. Ceccon è secondo nella classifica individuale
Andrei Minakov (above) of Russia and Lani Pallister of Australia were named the top 2 swimmers at the 2019 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Durante esta penúltima jornada de competición se han batido dos récords de los campeonatos y un récord del mundo júnior.
En una jornada marcada nuevamente por triunfos de una delegación de Estados Unidos que ya es récord, la española Vázquez logra su segundo podio mundialista
Kayla van der Merwe and Evgenia Chikunova’s 100 breast along with USA’s David Curtiss’ 50 free all could eclipse more championship records tonight.