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[Swimming Team] Student wins 50m butterfly - Japan Open 2013

At the Japan Open 2013 held at the Sagamihara Green Pool on May 25 (Sat) – 26 (Sun), Shinri Shioura (4th year Faculty of Law), won the 50m butterfly event.

While bypassing his favoured events of the 50m and 100m freestyle in this tournament, Shioura captured the first place in the butterfly.

Many other swimmers also put up good efforts, and winners, B final winners, and placegetters are listed below.

Thank you for all your support.

Final
  • 50m butterfly
    Shinri Shioura (4th year Faculty of Law) Winner (23.78 seconds)
  • 400m individual medley
    Takahiro Tsutsumi (3rd year Faculty of Policy Studies) 8th (4 minutes 25.45 seconds)
B Final
  • 400m individual medley
    Hitoshi Uchida (3rd year Faculty of Law) 14th (4min 24.43secs)
  • 50m butterfly
    Misako Kuroki (2nd year Faculty of Letters) 9th (27.32secs)
  • 50m breaststroke
    Masaki Niiyama (2nd year Faculty of Policy Studies) 16th (28.92secs)
  • 400m freestyle
    Shintaro Oka (3rd year Faculty of Economics) 15th (3mins 59.34secs)
    Yuto Sato (1st year Faculty of Law) 16th (4mins 00.63secs)
  • 100m freestyle women
    Maho Takiguchi (1st year Faculty of Law) 13th (57.15secs)
  • 100m freestyle men
    Chiaki Ishibashi (4th year Faculty of Policy Studies) 10th (50.53secs)
    Junpei Miyamoto (4th year Faculty of Law) 12th (50.84secs)