Will Rikako Ikee, who will participate in the women's 100-meter freestyle, be the second representative of the Tokyo Olympics ticketed one-shot competition, the Japanese Swimming Championships, and the 6th day of the tournament on the 8th? It will be interesting to see if Kosuke Hagino, a gold medalist at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, who will participate in the men's 200-meter individual medley, will be nominated as a representative.
At the Japan Swimming Championships held at the Tokyo Aquatics Center in Koto-ku, Tokyo, if you break the standard dispatch record in the final and finish in 2nd place, you will be nominated as a representative of the individual event of the Tokyo Olympics.
On the 6th day, the finals of the 4th event will be held for both men and women.
Of these, in the women's 100-meter freestyle, Ikee may advance to the final in 1st place overall, and may be nominated as a member of the individual event or the women's 400-meter relay.
It will be interesting to see if it will be the second unofficial decision after winning the women's 100-meter butterfly on the 4th of this month and being appointed as the representative of the medley relay.
In addition, the men's 200-meter individual medley will be represented by Daiya Seto, who won the adult world championship, so Hagino and others will compete for the remaining one slot.
Hagino, who has been recovering from his illness after taking a rest, decided to miss the 400-meter individual medley and 200-meter backstroke that won the gold medal at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and decided to concentrate on this event and finished in 1st place overall. I proceeded.
Hagino has already been appointed as the representative of the men's 800m relay, but it will be interesting to see if he can acquire the representative right even in individual events.