Ippei Watanabe & His 1st World Record Celebrated With Tokyo 2020 Boss & Staff

Ippei Watanabe with Tokyo 2020 CEO Toshiro Muto and staff celebrate in Tokyo today - Photo by Tokyo 2020 / Uta Mukuo

Ippei Watanabe, the Japanese Youth Olympic Games champion who claimed the first world record of his career last month with a sizzling 2:06.67 in the 200m breaststroke at the Kosuke Kitajima Cup, was congratulated by Toshiro Muto, the Chief Executive Officer of Tokyo 2020 and almost 100 Olympic Games organising staff in Tokyo today

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Ippei Watanabe, the Japanese Youth Olympic Games champion who claimed the first world record of his career last month with a sizzling 2:06.67 in the 200m breaststroke at the Kosuke Kitajima Cup, was congratulated by Toshiro Muto, the Chief Executive Officer of Tokyo 2020 and almost 100 Olympic Games organising staff in Tokyo today

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