Natsumi Hoshi Blasts To First In World In The 200 Fly At Japanese Nationals

Natsumi Hoshi Blasts To First In World In The 200 Fly At Japanese Nationals

Day four of the Japanese Nationals continued with multiple women earning themselves tickets to Rio.

The men’s 100-meter free semi-finals kicked off the final session of day four with the top two athletes posting times underneath the 49-second mark. Katsumi Nakamura topped the competition with a time of 48.53, finishing a shy .12 seconds off his own japanese National Record of 48.41.

Shinri Shioura, who entered semi’s as the second-place seed, maintained his spot with a time of 48.73, while Kenji Kobase grabbed third with a 49.31. It’s important to note that this is the second event of the meet so far where the Japanese Olympic qualifying standard (48.16) is faster than the Japanese National Record (48.41).

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