Swimming The world's new Seto returns home "will be the material for my confidence" December 23, 18:49

Daiya Seto, who set a world record for men's 400-meter individual medley at the international competition on the short waterway of swimming competing in a 25-meter pool, returned to Japan and said, "It will be a source of my self-confidence." I felt responsive to the enhancements I had made.

Seto participated in an international shortwater race held by the world's top swimmers in Las Vegas, U.S.A., and won a world record that Ryan Locte of the United States marked in 2010 in a men's 400-meter individual medley on March 20. It marked a new record of 3 minutes 54 seconds 81, which updated 69 seconds.

Seto returned from the U.S. on the 23rd and responded to a report at Haneda Airport, saying, "I've been able to work with excitement because I've trained well. I feel that we are responding to the strengthening in preparation for the next Tokyo Olympics aiming for a gold medal.

When asked what it would be like to represent a year in kanji, Seto said, "It's" preparation. It was a year where I was better prepared than I had imagined. I want to do what I can do without doing anything. "