Sun Rises At Japan Trials & Sets On Many Who Used To Be In The Early World Top 30

Kosuke Hagino and Daiya Seto - brothers in speedy swimming - courtesy of the top swim site with its eye on the water in Japan, tobiuojapan.org (twitter)

World champion Daiya Seto and Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino are set for their next duel in the 400m medley after heats on the first morning at the Japan Swim Championships in Aichi place deight men beyond those two in the top 30 in the world this year, all inside 4:20; and the last day dawns Down Under as attention turns to the 1500m free, Mack Horton and Jack McLoughlin set to test themselves once more

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World champion Daiya Seto and Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino are set for their next duel in the 400m medley after heats on the first morning at the Japan Swim Championships in Aichi place deight men beyond those two in the top 30 in the world this year, all inside 4:20; and the last day dawns Down Under as attention turns to the 1500m free, Mack Horton and Jack McLoughlin set to test themselves once more

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