Masato Sakai & Suzuka Hasegawa Sketch World Pacesetters In Aichi 200 Fly Finals

Masato Sakai sketched a world pacesetter of a swim in Aichi - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Olympic silver medallist Masato Sakai thundered to a 1:53.71 victory and Suzuka Hasegawa set a world junior record of 2:06.29 as Japanese swimmers propelled themselves to the helm of both the men’s and women’s 200m butterfly rankings on the penultimate day of the Japanese Swimming Championships in Aichi.

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Olympic silver medallist Masato Sakai thundered to a 1:53.71 victory and Suzuka Hasegawa set a world junior record of 2:06.29 as Japanese swimmers propelled themselves to the helm of both the men’s and women’s 200m butterfly rankings on the penultimate day of the Japanese Swimming Championships in Aichi.

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