The Other Guy, Seto, Mines Japan Gold in 400IM

Japan's Daiya Seto on his way to a first world title [Photo: Aniko Kovacs]

It wasn’t surprising to see a Japanese swimmer surge to victory in the 400 individual medley on the final day of the World Championships. That outcome was widely expected throughout the week. However, the man who got to the wall first wasn’t the guy who was favored, proving the point that paper results are worth nothing.

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It wasn’t surprising to see a Japanese swimmer surge to victory in the 400 individual medley on the final day of the World Championships. That outcome was widely expected throughout the week. However, the man who got to the wall first wasn’t the guy who was favored, proving the point that paper results are worth nothing.

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