Japan Swim: Kosuke Hagino sets Asian, Japanese record


At the Japan Swim today, Kosuke Hagino set a new national and Asian record in the men’s 400 IM, with a 4:10.26 clipping Yuya Horihata in 4:10.52, the Japanese Olympic cut being 4:14.72. In the women’s 400 IM, Miyu Ohtsuka and Miho Takahashi qualified in 4:36.64 and 4:37.71, and in the men’s 100 breast semifinal, Kosuke Kitajima posted a sizzling world-best time this year of 59.31. Read more here on SwimmingWorld Magazine.

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