Japan’s synchro team plans for FINA World Cup
The 2010 Japan Swimming Open (Long Course) was held at the Tokyo-Tatsumi International Complex in Tokyo, Japan, on June 4-6, 2010.
The three-day championships presented satisfying results: Ryo Tateishi timed 1:00.51 in the 100m breaststroke, Junya Koga clocked 53.51 in the 100m backstroke, Ryosuke Irie concluded the 200m backstroke event in 1:55.67, Takeshi Matsuda touched the wall in 1:55.60 in the 200m butterfly and Shiho Sakai swum the 200m backstroke in 2.07.99.
Busy May and more aquatics to go for Japan in June
On the way to the FINA Water Polo World League 2010 Super Final, the Asia-Oceania Preliminary Round has successfully ended at the Osaka Pool in Osaka, Japan, on May 23, 2010. In the men’s field, Australia, China, Kazakhstan, New Zealand, Iran and Japan, totaling about 90 players took part in the games. Australia finished first, China second and Japan third. In the women’s field, a total of 60 players from Australia, China, Kazakhstan and Japan participated. China came out victorious, while Australia and Kazakhstan finished second and third respectively.
Espinosa and Castillo lead the Mexican team for the Diving World Cup
World champion Paola Espinosa and Yahel Castillo, gold medallist in the last meet of the FINA / Li-Ning Diving World Series, will lead the Mexican team to the Diving World Cup in China and Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.
After holding National Diving Championships at the new pool CEFORMA in the Tlalpan (Mexico City), the Mexican Swimming Federation chose among the best five women and seven men for the World Cup, which will take place on June 2-6 in China. For the Central American and Caribbean Games in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, from July 17 to August 1, the male group has been reviewed as only six women and six men can be enrolled.
64 new Mexican swimming records at the National Olympiad
Mexican Swimming held its National Olympiad 2010 in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco, where 64 new records were established in the books of the Mexican Swimming Federation.
The team of Baja California became the new swimming "Champion" at the National Olympiad 2010, followed by the State of Mexico and Jalisco, home of the 2011 Pan American Games.
Mexico confirms participation at 6th FINA World OWS Championships
Six Mexican open water swimmers will compete at the World Championships to take place in Roberval, Canada,on July 15-23, 2010. The "Aztec" team was defined at the end of the 10km marathon from the National Olympiad, held in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. It was a tough race that was held in the choppy waters of the Pacific Ocean.
The Mexicans selected are the following: in the men's field, Rodrigo Elorza and Ivan Lopez will compete in the 10km event and Manuel Chiu in the 5km event. As for the women, Alejandra González and Zaira Cárdenas will take part in the 10km race and Odette Saldivar in the 5km.
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