World Champs Daiya Seto, Adam Peaty & James Guy Guard Their Status At Japan Open

Daiya Seto - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Three world champions heading to the defence of global crowns in Budapest in a little over two months time guarded their status in solid fashion on the second day of action at the Japan Open in Tokyo today. Daiya Seto took the 400m medley in 4:10.18 in a battle that ended with Takeharu Fujimori on a 4:10.90 that confined Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino to a rare bronze, on 4:11.53, in domestic waters; Adam Peaty produced the points swim of the day with a 26.94 win in the 50m breaststroke; and Britain teammate James Guy kept the 400m shoal at bay with a 3:46.61 win over eight laps freestyle.

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Three world champions heading to the defence of global crowns in Budapest in a little over two months time guarded their status in solid fashion on the second day of action at the Japan Open in Tokyo today. Daiya Seto took the 400m medley in 4:10.18 in a battle that ended with Takeharu Fujimori on a 4:10.90 that confined Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino to a rare bronze, on 4:11.53, in domestic waters; Adam Peaty produced the points swim of the day with a 26.94 win in the 50m breaststroke; and Britain teammate James Guy kept the 400m shoal at bay with a 3:46.61 win over eight laps freestyle.

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