Aya Terakawa Confirms That Her Racing Days Are Done

Farewell to Japanese backstroke queen Aya Terakawa [Photo: Aniko Kovacs]

London 2012 double bronze medalist Aya Terakawa confirmed today that she is to retire from competitive swimming. After the Japan Times broke the story yesterday, Terakawa confirmed the news at a press conference today. Terakawa waves farewell as national record holder over 50 and 100m backstroke and fastest ever from Japan in textile over 200m

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London 2012 double bronze medalist Aya Terakawa confirmed today that she is to retire from competitive swimming. After the Japan Times broke the story yesterday, Terakawa confirmed the news at a press conference today. Terakawa waves farewell as national record holder over 50 and 100m backstroke and fastest ever from Japan in textile over 200m

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