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2016 Olympic Gold Medalist Kosuke Hagino Retiring from Swimming After Third Olympics

2016 Olympic Gold Medalist Kosuke Hagino Retiring from Swimming After Third Olympics. Japan’s Kosuke Hagino, the last male swimmer from the country to capture individual Olympic gold in swimming, will retire following his third Olympic appearance, this one in his home country, last month. Hagino, 27, was the Olympic gold medalist in the 400 IM and silver medalist in the 200 IM at the 2016 Olympics in Rio. According to Kyodo News, Hagino has told his team of his decision, and he is considering attending graduate school.
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Japanese Olympic Medalist Kosuke Hagino Set To Retire From Swimming

Men's 400m IM Olympic champion from 2016, Kosuke Hagino, has decided to hang up his goggles and retire from competitive swimming. Archive photo via Mike Lewis/Ola Vista Photography. The world of swimming has one less star among its midst as 27-year-old Japanese aquatic icon Kosuke Hagino is set to retire,...
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Kosuke Hagino Reportedly Opting To Not Defend 400 IM Olympic Gold

LCM (50m) In a surprising turn of events, 26-year-old reigning Olympic champion Kosuke Hagino has decided to opt-out of the men’s 400m IM event for the 2021 Japan Swim, the sole Olympic qualifying opportunity for Japanese swimmers. As such, the man will not be seeking to defend his Olympic gold medal from 2016 in Rio.
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