The Japan Championships in Swimming, which will be the representative selection for the Tokyo Olympics, is the fourth day of the tournament.

The final will be held in the 4th event such as the men's 200m butterfly.

We will keep you updated with the results of each item.

Men's 100m Freestyle Qualifying Namba at the top to the semi-finals

1st place Akira Namba 48 seconds 90,

2nd place


Nakamura 49 seconds 37,


place Shinri

Shioura 49 seconds 47,

4th place Kaiya Seki 49 seconds 52,

4th place


Sakata 49 seconds 52,

6th place


Matsui 49 seconds 62,

7th Keisuke Ishizaki



8th Katsuo Matsumoto 49.65,

8th Masahiro Kawane



10th Juran Mizohata 49.69,

11th Akimoto Furukawa 49.78,

12th Hayashi Ito

汰 49.79


12th Kotaro Takahashi




Hanryu Amagasaki 49.83


14th Kosuke Kai



16th Fuyu Yoshida 49.92

(* Up to 16th in the semi-finals)

Scheduled for the 4th day of the tournament

10:00 Men's 100m Free



10:10 Women's 200m Butterfly Qualifying

10:27 Men's 200m Flat Swimming Qualifying

10:44 Men's 800m Free Form Qualifying

17:05 Women's 200m Free



17:17 Men's 200m Butterfly Final

17:30 Women's 200m Individual Medley Final

17:43 Women's 1500m Freeform Final

18:09 Men's 100m Freeform Semifinal

18:20 Women's 200m Butterfly Semifinal

18:33 Men's 200m

Flat Swimming


▽ Men's 200m Butterfly is a silver medalist in the adult world championship Seto, who has it, advanced to the final in 2nd place overall.

The overall leader is the growing 19-year-old Honda Akira, who won the Japan Championship last December for the first time.

▽ The women's 200-meter individual medley final is expected to be a fierce competition over the two national teams, centered on Yui Ohashi, who is aiming to break his own Japanese record.

Road to representative offer

[Conditions for unofficial decision to represent the Tokyo Olympics]

The unofficial decision condition for individual events is that in the final race in which eight people from the Japan Championships compete, each event "breaks the standard dispatch record and then enters second place." ..

The standard dispatch record is an original standard set by the Japan Swimming Federation to select athletes who are expected to advance to the finals at the Olympic Games, and the time that can remain in the finals of eight people at the world championships held in the middle of the year is a guide. I am.

For the relay event, a separate dispatch standard record is set, and in the 400m relay, if the total time of the top 4 of the 100m freestyle is exceeded, those 4 people will be unofficially decided, and if it is not exceeded, it will be dispatched. It is said that players who have exceeded the "one-person average" by dividing the standard record by 4 will be unofficially decided.

[Standard record for dispatching the final event on the 4th day of the competition]

Women's 200m freestyle: 1 minute 56 seconds 82

Men's 200m butterfly: 1 minute 56 seconds 25

Women's 200m Individual medley: 4 minutes 38 seconds 53

Women's 1500m freestyle: 16 minutes 02 seconds 75