Kitajima: It will take a world record to win gold in London


Yeehaa, two-time Olympic breaststroke champion Kosuke Kitajima believes he will need to set a world record to win a gold medal at the London Olympics next year, because of the rise of his rivals. Very reasonable thinking, as Alexander Dale Oen was only 0.13 off the world record of 58.58 seconds in the 100 breaststroke. Read IBNLive


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