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Rikako Ikee Earns Ticket To Rio At Day Two Japanese Nationals Kosuke Kitajima Makes Team

Rikako Ikee Earns Ticket To Rio At Day Two Japanese Nationals Kosuke Kitajima Makes Team

Day two of the 2016 Japanese Nationals continued with veterans and new-comers alike earning tickets to Rio.

Kosuke Hagino maintained his spot at the top of the leaderboard in the men’s 200-meter free, clocking a 1:46.28 to be the only swimmer under 1:47 in semi-finals. Hagino’s time was just shy of the Japanese Olympic standard of 1:46.10, however his fastest time this season was a 1:46.14 from the Konami Open earlier this year. Currently, he sits as the second fastest in the world behind Velimir Stjepanovic (1:46.10).

Takeshi Matsuda, a specialist in the 200-meter fly, shaved a second off his prelims time of 1:48.29 to finish second in semi’s of the men’s 200 free with a time of 1:47.19. Naito Ehara finished third with a 1:47.92.

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