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Student Wins a Bronze Medal in Swimming

2012.11.08

The 2012 Tokyo FINA/AREANA Swimming World Cup was held in Tatsumi International Swimming Center on November 6 and 7. At this event, Masako Kuroki (1st year student in the Faculty of Letters) of the Swimming Club took third place in the 50m butterfly and won the bronze medal. At this event, at which many veteran swimmers from around the world participated (including those who took part in the London Olympics), in addition to Kuroki who took third place to become number one in Japan, there were five other Swimming Club members who took part and performed well.
 

Masako Kuroki (1st year student in the Faculty of Letters)
50m butterfly:   3rd 00:26:57
100m individual medley: 10th 01:03:15
200m individual medley: 20th 02:16:37
 

Shinri Shioura (3rd year student in the Faculty of Law)
50m freestyle:  4th 00:21:52
 

Kazuki Kasai (3rd year student in the Faculty of Law)
200m butterfly:  6th 01:57:19
100m butterfly:  15th 00:53:18
 

Ryota Mifune (3rd year student in the Faculty of Economics)
100m backstroke: 32nd in 00:56:22
200 backstroke:  28th 02:02:48
 

Yohei Takiguchi (2nd year student in the Faculty of Law)
400m freestyle:  8th 03:51:79
1500m freestyle:  6th 14:54:76
 

Yuji Kanno (2nd year student in the Faculty of Economics)
100m butterfly:  19th 00:53:87
200m butterfly:  16th 02:00:08

 

Thank you everyone for all your great support.


 

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