Yasuhiro Koseki Passes Ippei Watanabe For 2:07.1 Win: Japan Has 3 of 4 All-Time Fastest

Impact - by Patrick B. Kraemer

Yasuhiro Koseki claimed a sweep of breaststroke titles on the last day of Japanese Championships in Aichi today, his 2:07.18 victory over 200m granting Japan a third entry in the all-time best four in the event and keeping at bay the world-record holder Ippei Watanabe (2:07.60 and holding the seeing ticket to world titles)

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Yasuhiro Koseki claimed a sweep of breaststroke titles on the last day of Japanese Championships in Aichi today, his 2:07.18 victory over 200m granting Japan a third entry in the all-time best four in the event and keeping at bay the world-record holder Ippei Watanabe (2:07.60 and holding the seeing ticket to world titles)

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