The Japan Swimming Federation has named just 12 athletes for the management events at the Doha 2024 World Aquatics Championships.This is half the usual number.”The Japan Swimming Federation has announced the final roster for the management events at the World Championships to be held in Doha next February,” Kyodo News reported on July 7.Men’s individual medley swimmer Seto Taiya (29), butterfly swimmer Honda Tomoru (21), and freestyle swimmer Matsumoto Katsuhiro (26) were named to the final roster, but men’s backstroke swimmer Irie Ryosuke (33), women’s individual medley swimmer Ohashi Yui (28), and women’s butterfly and freestyle swimmer Ike Rikako (23) will miss the Doha World Championships to focus on the 2024 Paris Olympics.

With only three Japanese women competing at the Doha World Championships, Japan will not be represented in the women’s medley relay.The Japan Swimming Federation said, “We will hold the selection trials for the Paris Olympics in March next year. For the Doha World Championships in February, we have decided to send only a few athletes who wish to compete.”A number of swimming stars, including men’s freestyle David Popovic (ROM), women’s freestyle Katie Ludecky (USA) and Ariane Titmus (AUS), have withdrawn from the World Championships in Doha.South Korea is expected to have its key athletes, including Hwang Sun-woo, Kim Woo-min (Gangwon-do) and Kim Seo-young (Gyeongbuk-do), back at the World Championships in Doha.As other swimming stars from other countries continue to withdraw, the possibility of Korean swimming achieving its best ever World Championships 온라인카지노 performance in Doha next February is growing.

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