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2016 JAPAN OPEN Finals Recaps

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The final day of the Japan Open will get going tonight (morning in Japan), with all of the massive names in attendance competing. This prelims session consists of the 200 IM, 50 back, 50 freestyle,100fly butterfly, and the 200 breaststroke. Massive names competing contain Kosuke Hagino, Daiya Seto, Cameron McEvoy, James Magnussen, and the Campbell sisters, Cate and Bronte.
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  • Friday, May 20th-22nd
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center
  • Prelims: 9:30 AM Local Time / 8:30 PM Eastern (the day before)
  • Finals: 4:00 PM Local Time / 3:00 AM Eastern (the day of)

Women’s 200 IM Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 2:08.45
  1. Kanako Watanabe, 2:13.05
  2. Sakiko Shimizu, 2:13.39
  3. Miho Teramura, 2:13.83
  4. Yui Ohhashi, 2:13.90
  5. Miho Takahashi, 2:14.30
  6. Rika Oomoto, 2:14.60
  7. Hiroko Makino, 2:15.08
  8. Runa Imai, 2:15.28

Women’s 50 Back Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 27.51
  1. Emi Moronuki, 28.26
  2. Stephanie Au, 28.58
  3. Kaylee McKeown, 28.68
  4. Mayuko Mori, 28.94
  5. Belinda Hocking, 28.96
  6. Masumi Takaba, 28.99
  7. Miki Takahashi, 29.07
  8. Mao Yamaguchi, 29.22

 

Women’s 50 Free Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 24.74
  1. Cate Campbell, 24.65
  2. Shayna Jack, 25.43
  3. Bronte Campbell, 25.46
  4. Miki Uchida, 25.68
  5. Sayuki Ouchi, 25.76
  6. Yayoi Matsumoto, 25.82
  7. Syoko Tanabe, 25.83
  8. Tomomi Aoki, 25.95

Women’s 100 Fly Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 57.55
  1. Natsumi Hoshi, 59.86
  2. Tomoyo Fukuda, 1:00.00
  3. Yukina Hirayama, 1:00.37
  4. Miku Tamura, 1:00.39
  5. Inoha Yamakawa, 1:00.41
  6. Rikako Ikee, 1:00.42
  7. Maia Nishimura, 1:00.46
  1. Suzuka Hasegawa, 1:00.47

 

Men’s 200 IM Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 1:55.07
  1. Kosuke Hagino, 1:59.39
  2. Juran Mizohata, 2:01.64
  3. Daiya Seto, 2:01.73
  4. Hiroya Yamada, 2:01.81
  5. Takeharu Fujimori, 2:02.11
  6. Keita Sunama, 2:02.46
  7. Takahiro Tutumi, 2:02.64
  8. Meguru Hotta, 2:02.70

Men’s 50 Back Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 24.24
  1. Joshua Beaver, 25.57
  2. Masaki Kaneko, 25.69
  3. Junya Hasegawa, 25.70
  4. Syunichi Nakao, 25.74
  5. Takashi Morinaga, 25.80
  6. Junki Yasuda, 25.81
  7. Hiroki Sakurai, 25.90
  8. Meguru Hotta, 26.20*
  9. Tooru Maruyama, 26.20*

Men’s 50 Free Prelims

  • Japanese Record: 21.88
  1. Cameron McEvoy, 21.80
  2. James Magnussen, 22.44
  3. Junya Koga, 22.65
  4. Matthew Abood, 22.69
  5. Katsumi Nakamura, 22.70
  6. Shinri Shioura, 22.76
  7. Kazuki Kino, 22.91
  8. William Stockwell, 22.98

Women’s 400 IM Final

  • Japanese Record: 4:35.04
  1. Miho Takahashi, Japan, 4:36.78
  2. Sakiko Shimizu, Japan, 4:37.63
  3. — Yuyo, Toyo University, 4:41.17

Men’s 400 IM Final

  • Japanese Record: 4:07.61
  1. Kosuke Hagino, Japan, 4:08.85
  2. Daiya Seto, Japan, 4:10.53
  3. Takeharu Fujimori, MIKI, 4:17.19

Men’s 50 Fly Final

  • Japanese Record: 23.45
  1. Masayuki Kishida, Akurabu Chofu, 23.49
  2. Takeshi Kawamoto, Chukyo University, 23.67
  3. Shunichi Nakao, Okayama University, 23.90

Women’s 50 Breast Final

  • Japanese Record: 30.83
  1. Satomi Suzuki, Japan, 31.35
  2. Miho Teramura, Japan, 31.36
  3. Kanako Watanabe, Japan, 31.38

Men’s 50 Breast Final

  • Japanese Record: 27.30
  1. Seijin Ueno, Waseda University, 27.52
  2. Yasuhiro Koseki, Japan, 27.70
  3. Nomura RyoFutoshi, Ogaki North SS, 27.86

Women’s 400 Free Final

  • Japanese Record: 4:05.19
  1. Chihiro Igarashi, Japan, 4:09.36
  2. Leah Neale, Australia, 4:09.98
  3. Mochida HayaSatoshi, Japan, 4:10.43

Men’s 400 Free Final

  • Japanese Record: 3:43.90
  1. Gangwon Knight, Japan, 3:48.09
  2. Daniel Smith, Australia, 3:48.25
  3. Takeshi Matsuda, Japan, 3:48.40

Women’s 200 Back Final

  • Japanese Record: 2:07.13
  1. Belinda Hocking, Australia, 2:10.58
  2. Stephanie Au, HKG, 2:10.88
  3. Natsumi Sakai, Japan, 2:10.94

Men’s 200 Back Final

  • Japanese Record: 1:52.51
  1. Ryosuke Irie, Japan, 1:55.89
  2. Joshua Beaver, Australia, 1:57.30
  3. Haya Matsubara, ANA, 1:58.80

Women’s 100 Free Final

  • Japanese Record: 53.88
  1. Cate Campbell, Australia, 52.38
  2. Rikako Ikee, Japan, 53.98
  3. Bronte Campbell, Australia, 54.11

 

Today was the last day of Japan Open swimming Competition 2016.

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