Kosuke Hagino Elbows Rehab Into Touch With 4:15 400IM Return To Racing In Madrid

Kosuke Hagino of Japan on the way to a debut first Olympic gold in a year in which he logged seven world top 100 swims across the range of events - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Kosuke Hagino, the Olympic 400m medley champion, cracked out efforts of 54.58 in the 100m backstroke and 4:15.23 in the 400m medley at the Campeonato Open Absoluto Comunidad De Madrid in Spain

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Kosuke Hagino, the Olympic 400m medley champion, cracked out efforts of 54.58 in the 100m backstroke and 4:15.23 in the 400m medley at the Campeonato Open Absoluto Comunidad De Madrid in Spain

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