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Kosuke Kitajima (北島 康介, Kitajima Kōsuke?, born September 22, 1982 in Tokyo) is a Japanese multiple Olympic gold medalist breaststroke swimmer. He won gold medals for the men's 100...

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      Blog Source: www.mobilecrusherglobal.com | 28 days ago
    Kosuke Kitajima used an illegal dolphin kick while winning gold in the… The History of Gold – National Mining Association. begins to use gold to fashion decorative objects. The … The Sumer civilization of southern Iraq uses gold to …. house, ...
  • SWC, Eindhoven (NED), Day 2: Amazing Hosszu (HUN) sets two .....

      Blog Source: www.fina.org | 8 months ago
    Still in the men's field, Yannick Agnel (FRA) easily won the 200m free in 1:42.33 while Fabio Scozzoli (ITA) was the best in the 100m breaststroke (56.49), namely leaving behind (in third) Japanese legend Kosuke Kitajima. The 100m butterfly .
  • Swimming, Day 2 - Men's 100m breaststroke: Sprenger brings ...

      Blog Source: www.fina.org | 9 months ago
    Kosuke Kitajima, Japan's double Olympic champion in both 2004 and 2008, had to settle for sixth place having won the world 100m and 200m breaststroke titles back in 2003 when Barcelona last hosted the championships. Italy's Fabio ...
  • Swimming World Championships Results | The Albion Alliance .....

      Blog Source: blog.albionalliance.org.uk | 9 months ago
    3 (tie), Fabio Scozzoli, Italy, and Kosuke Kitajima, Japan, 59.88. 5, Glenn Snyders, New Zealand, 59.92. 6, Kevin Cordes, United States, 1:00.01. 7, Cameron Van der Burgh, South Africa, 1:00.02. 8, Felipe Lima, Brazil, 1:00.06. 9 (tie), Ross ...
  • Air hostess row gives China bumpy ride | ZwemZa

      Blog Source: zwemza.wordpress.com | 9 months ago
    Japan's “Frog King” Kosuke Kitajima, now 30, returns to the city where he set 100m and 200m breaststroke records at the 2003 world championships. Akihiro Yamaguchi arrives as the reigning men's 200m breaststroke world record-holder, ...
  • Kosuke Kitajima's tears | Hot Celebrities

      Blog Source: hotcelebrities.orgfree.com | 11 months ago
    Kosuke Kitajima won the gold medal in the men's 100-meter breaststroke. In the interview after the race, he couldn't answer because of crying. I was surprised to see the scene. Kitajima is crying! It's not like his character. When he won
  • Hagino outshines Kitajima at Japanse championships | ZwemZa

      Blog Source: zwemza.wordpress.com | 1 year ago
    Kosuke Hagino outshined two-time double Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima on the first day of the Japanese national swimming championships on Thursday. The 18-year-old Hagino, who clocked a new national record of four minutes 08.94 ...
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      Blog Source: www.triumphadonf.com | 1 year ago
    ... back Phelps inside the 2004 Athens game titles. is intending to end up being the first masculine swimmer to be successful with your identical sufferer journey in three consecutive olympics, in fact Japan's Kosuke Kitajima has a go at having ..
  • Kohei Uchimura | Tokyo Weekender

      Blog Source: www.tokyoweekender.com | over 1 year ago
    Of course I am interested in seeing the athletics 100m final and the 100m and 200m breaststroke swimming finals, which should include Kosuke Kitajima.” He is clearly determined to enjoy himself while he's in London but, when it comes to the ...
  • Olympics Betting: Men's Swimming overview : Betting tips ...

      Blog Source: betting.betfair.com.au | over 1 year ago
    The gap between the two is fascinatingly miniscule, and their rivalry will surely provide one of the highlights of the entire games. The king of the breaststroke is Japan's Kosuke Kitajima, and he's looking to win both the 100m and 200m for


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