Ippei Watanabe Breaks The Dam: 2:06.67 World Record 200Br At Kosuke Kitajima Cup

Ippei Watanabe races to a WR in the following wind of Kosuke KItajima - images by Patrick B. Kraemer

The dam has been building for a while now. Ippei Watnabe just cracked it: the Japanese world junior record holder just turned senior with a 2:06.67 world record to log the first 200m breaststroke world record inside 2:07.

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The dam has been building for a while now. Ippei Watnabe just cracked it: the Japanese world junior record holder just turned senior with a 2:06.67 world record to log the first 200m breaststroke world record inside 2:07.

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