Estados Unidos ha sido el gran triunfador del segundo día en el mundial de Hangzhou, ganando 5 oros. Los americanos han logrados 2 récords del mundo en relevos. Hosszu, Murphy y Van der Burgh han sido algunos de los ganadores de la noche. Foto de Kelsi Dahlia, hoy ganadora de 2 oros y 1 plata,
Women’s 100 freestyle meet record holder Femke Heemskerk of the Netherlands will be competing in that event this morning after throwing down a stupendous split on the Netherlands’ 4×100 relay yesterday.
Look for potential duels between Katinka Hosszu and Kelsi Dahlia in the longer fly races, while Ranomi Kromowidjojo looks to monopolize the 50m fly sprint.
Yui Ohashi put up another impressive 400 IM performance, while Rikako Ikee tried out events like the 200m fly and 100m breast at a domestic meet this weekend.
Pan Pacs champions Yasuhiro Koseki and Daiya Seto did major damage on day 1 of the Japanese Short Course Championships, rocking the world rankings in the process.
The Japanese competition train ceases to stop, as the nation’s top athletes are gearing up for their World Championships Selection Meet slated for October 27th and 28th.
Masato Sakai (left) won the 200m fly silver medal in Rio, but recently underwent shoulder surgery this summer. He’ll be making his recovery debut this weekend at the Japanese National Sports Festival.
Pan Pacs bronze medalist Katsuhiro Matsumoto led the men’s 200 free at the JPN Student Swimming Championships, clocking 1:46.93 for the win.
On the back of the Pan Pacific Championships and Asian Games already done and dusted this summer, several Japanese high-profile athletes were back in the pool racing once again, this time locally at the 94th Japan Student Swimming Championships. Ippei Watanabe made his presence known in the men’s 100 breaststroke on day 1.
Joseph Schooling will look to defend his 100 fly title on day 4 of the Asian Games in Jakarta.
La rencontre est celle de deux styles, de deux histoires, de deux conceptions de la natation.
After an upset gold on day 1 in the 200 freestyle, Taylor Ruck will compete in both the 100 free and 100 back on day 2 in Tokyo.
Japanese teenage sensation Rikako Ikee is tied for the fastest time in the world this year in the women’s 100 butterfly (56.23).
Already the World Junior Record holder in the 200m IM,Japan’s Rikako Ikee sent a message that she’s ready to take on the senior ranks in this event.
Japan will try to turn the medal tables on China come the 2018 Asian Games in August.