Tag - japan-swimming-federation



Japan Times
Oct 14, 2020
Daiya Seto to sit out rest of year as punishment for affair
Swimming star Daiya Seto will not take part in any official activities for the rest of the year as punishment for an extramarital affair, the Japan Swimming Federation decided Tuesday.
Japan Times
Apr 7, 2020
Japan's athletes and sports associations brace for impact of emergency declaration
Already reeling from the chaos caused by the spread of the new coronavirus, sporting bodies in Japan are expecting further disruption from the state of emergency Prime Minister Shinzo Abe declared in parts of the country on Tuesday.
Japan Times
Jan 28, 2019
Rikako Ikee honored as Japan's swimmer of the year
The Japan Swimming Federation hosted the annual Aquatics Awards on Monday evening in Tokyo, celebrating achievements by its elite athletes in 2018.
Jul 19, 2018
JSF chief Tsuyoshi Aoki disappointed 2020 Olympics won't showcase swimming finals in prime time
The Japan Swimming Federation conceded defeat on Thursday in its effort to have the 2020 Tokyo Olympics swimming finals aired domestically in the evening.
Feb 11, 2017
JOC accidentally puts China synchronized swimming team in calendar: source
The Japanese Olympic Committee mistakenly used the photo of China's synchronized swimming team instead of Japan's in its annual calendar for 2017, an informed source said Saturday.
Japan Times
Feb 9, 2017
Hagino seeking return to competition next month in Madrid
Rio Olympic gold medalist Kosuke Hagino is eyeing a return to competition in Madrid on March 10-12 following right-elbow surgery last September.
Oct 27, 2015
Seto withdraws from Tokyo meet
Daiya Seto has pulled out of the World Cup in Tokyo as a precaution to fully recover from surgery on his heels, a Japan Swimming Federation source revealed Tuesday.
Jul 2, 2015
Hagino could miss worlds due to elbow injury
Kosuke Hagino will likely not compete in the upcoming 16th FINA World Championships after suffering an injury at the national team's training camp in France, the Japan Swimming Federation announced on Thursday.
Oct 7, 2014
Tomita receives 1½-year ban from Japan Swimming Federation
The Japan Swimming Federation on Tuesday suspended Naoya Tomita until March 31, 2016 for stealing a camera during the recent Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.


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