LOS ANGELES: Olympic superstar Michael Phelps saw plenty of room for improvement after winning the 200m butterfly at the wind-whipped Mesa Pro Swim on Friday in 1min 58.14sec. Not happy, the 18-time Olympic gold medallist said after winning in a ... The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago
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Tokyo: Japan swimming sensation Kosuke Hagino on Monday fired a warning shot at his American idols Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte by backing himself for Olympic glory in Rio this summer. The 21-year-old will compete in the 200 and 400m individual ...The Gulf Today, 2 weeks ago Swimming: Hagino sets new 200 IM mark, qualifies for 4th race at Rio Mainichi Daily News, 3 weeks ago Hagino shatters own 200 IM national mark, secures spot in fourth Rio event Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Swimming: Hagino qualifies in men's 400 IM for Rio, Kitajima looking strong Mainichi Daily News, 3 weeks ago
The Japan Swimming Federation officially announced its national team for this summer's Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Monday. Medal hopefuls such as Kosuke Hagino, Ryosuke Irie, Kanako Watanabe and Rie Kaneto will lead the 34 representatives — the ...Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Hirai wants to see more from Japan's swimmers ahead of Rio Games Japan Times, 3 weeks ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun Swimming great Kosuke Kitajima indicated he would retire from the sport soon after failing to qualify for this summer's Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Friday night. The 33-year-old Kitajima, a two-time double Olympic gold ...The Japan News, 3 weeks ago Swimming: Kitajima's Rio hopes dashed at national c'ships, set to retire Mainichi Daily News, 3 weeks ago Kitajima fails to qualify for Rio Games, plans to retire Japan Times, 3 weeks ago Japan iron man Kitajima closes in on Rio Business Recorder, 3 weeks ago
The Yomiuri Shimbun Determined to hold nothing back from the start, Kosuke Hagino had enough at the end for a victory that was good enough to earn him a spot at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Hagino stormed to victory in the men's 400-meter ...The Japan News, 3 weeks ago
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