Japan Ace Aya Terakawa Expected To Call It A Day

Aya Terakawa (JPN) is expected to retire tomorrow

Aya Terakawa, Japan’s two-times Olympic bronze medalist at London 2012 in the 100 backstroke and 4x100m medley, has retired. The Japan Times announced the news ahead of a news conference booked by the 29-year-old for tomorrow; she would wave goodbye as queen of Japanese backstroke as national record holder over 50 and 100m and best ever over 200m in a textile suit

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Aya Terakawa, Japan’s two-times Olympic bronze medalist at London 2012 in the 100 backstroke and 4x100m medley, has retired. The Japan Times announced the news ahead of a news conference booked by the 29-year-old for tomorrow; she would wave goodbye as queen of Japanese backstroke as national record holder over 50 and 100m and best ever over 200m in a textile suit

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