Hagino Turns Tables; Record For Watanabe

Kosuke Hagino [Japan Swimming Federation/MK]

Having been pipped by Daiya Seto in the 400IM yesterday, Kosuke Hagino turned tables for a 1:57.32 victory over 200m as the Japan Open wrapped up in Sagamihara; 7th at the 100m mark, Kanako Watanabe set a national high school/junior record of 2:11.96 for victory in the 200m medley; Japan has 4 women in world top 10 in 200m breast

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Having been pipped by Daiya Seto in the 400IM yesterday, Kosuke Hagino turned tables for a 1:57.32 victory over 200m as the Japan Open wrapped up in Sagamihara; 7th at the 100m mark, Kanako Watanabe set a national high school/junior record of 2:11.96 for victory in the 200m medley; Japan has 4 women in world top 10 in 200m breast

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