Takayuki Umehara

Daiya Seto Sceglie Un Nuovo Allenatore Puntando Alle Olimpiadi 2024

Il pluricampione del mondo e medaglia olimpica Daiya Seto ha cambiato di nuovo allenatore per prepararsi ai mondiali di Budapest 2022.

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Takayuki Umehara Elected Japanese Swimming Committee Chairman

Daiya Seto’s former coach, Takayuki Umehara, has been elected chairman of the swimming committee within the Japanese Swimming Federation (JASF).

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Japan Swimming Federation Chairman Norimasa Hirai Announces Retirement

With just a few months left until the Olympic Games begin, Japan Swimming Federation chairman Norimasa Hirai has announced his retirement from the position.

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Curveball Coaching Decision From Daiya Seto Lands On Long-Time Friend

Multi-world champion Daiya Seto of Japan decided to change-up his coach just over a year from the postponed Olympic Games. His new coach is a wildcard.

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Daiya Seto Lascia Il Suo Storico Allenatore

Daiya Seto lascia il suo storico allenatore, Takayuki Umehara, che lo allenava da quando aveva soltanto cinque anni. Probabilmente si allenerà da solo

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Another Change For Daiya Seto As He Leaves Longtime Coach Umehara

Japanese swimming superstar Daiya Seto has experienced a string of life changes recently, with another one just announced.

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Daiya Seto Nominated As Japan’s Team Captain For 2020 Olympic Games

The 2019 double gold medalist in Gwangju, Daiya Seto, has been nominated as Japan’s Olympic swim team captain for his home nation-hosted Games.

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SwimSwam’s Official 2018 Swammy Award Index

This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.

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After Dominant Year, Rikako Ikee Selected As Japan Swimming’s 2018 MVP

In response to her extraordinary year in the pool, 18-year-old Rikako Ikee has been honored as ‘MVP’ by the Japanese Swimming Federation.

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