Seven Years After First World Title, Japan’s Junya Koga On Top In 50 Back in Windsor

Junya Koga of Japan celebrates after winning in the men's 50m Backstroke Final during the 13th FINA Short Course World Swimming Championships at WFCU Centre in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, 09 December 2016.

Seven years after winning his first world title, Japan’s Junya Koga got his hand on the wall first in the 50 backstroke at the World Short Course Champs.

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Seven years after winning his first world title, Japan’s Junya Koga got his hand on the wall first in the 50 backstroke at the World Short Course Champs.

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