Kosuke Hagino of Japan is getting used to finishing at the wall first in the men’s 400 IM, doing so again at the 2021 Kosuke Kitajima Cup.
Kosuke Kitajima Cup 2021 Pubblicata la lista provvisoria degli iscritti alla manifestazione che si svolgerà dal 22 al 24 Gennaio
Tokyo Frog King standout Yui Ohashi is set to race at the 2021 Kosuke Kitajima Cup slated for January 22nd – January 24th.
While Kosuke Hagino was racing his way to an undefeated 400 IM record in the ISL, domestic rival Daiya Seto was on the sidelines. They’ll meet up next month.
We reveal the 2020 Swammy Award winner for Asian Coach of the Year, with a familiar name topping the list of worthy candidates.
Congratulations to Hong Kong’s 23-year-old Siobhan Haughey for earning the 2020 Swammy Award for Asian Female Swimmer of the year.
Directly off the ISL season, Kosuke Hagino posted a time of 1:57.67 to take his 2nd Japanese national title in Toky9o this weekend.
The men’s 200m free saw national record holder Katsuo Matsumoto produce a time of 1:46.10 to take the national title in Japan.
Il primo giorno del Japan Swim 2020 non ha visto nulla di spettacolare, piuttosto ci sono stati tempi solidi Da parte di atleti già noti
Japan Swim al via da domani 3 Dicembre al Tokyo Aquatics Center. In acqua i migliori giapponesi. Le 5 gare da non perdere
Check out the top 5 races to watch at this weekend’s Japan Swim, an event known for furiously fast swims across the board.
It’s time for one last look back at the top 5 swimmers in the International Swimming League in each event across the course of the 2020 season.
Hali Flickinger told Mark Foster in a post race interview that she didn’t really like the 400 IM, but was happy to swim it for her team anyway.
Sydney Pickrem, de 23 años, no había logrado bajar el récord hace una semana durante las semifinales, donde nadó en 2:04.40.
Pickrem’s time of 2:04.00 in the ISL Grand Final lowers the Canadian Record of 2:04.34 she set last year, and makes her the third-fastest woman in history.