Takuro Fujii
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Takuro Fujii
Takuro Fujii is a Japanese swimmer. He won the bronze medal in the Men's 4 x 100 metre Medley Relay event at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
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Michael Phelps: Overview of his performance at the 2011 World Championships ... - bettor.com (blog)
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McGill was chased by Takuro Fujii of Japan, who remained evident for the second best qualification spot and entered the semi-finals, with a timing of 51.82 seconds. The third fastest seat was secured by Geoff Huegill of Australia, who remained only
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Swimming: Japan's medley relay team, Horihata reach finals at worlds - Mainichi Daily News
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The team of Ryosuke Irie, Ryo Tateishi, Takeshi Matsuda and Takuro Fujii clocked 3 minutes, 34.82 seconds in the preliminary round to reach the eight-team final on the last day of the Shanghai meet. The top 12 teams have booked their places in the
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Swimming-World championship men's 100m butterfly final results - Yahoo! Eurosport UK
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Takuro Fujii (Japan) 51.75 6. Evgeny Korotyshkin (Russia) 51.86 7. Joeri Verlinden (Netherlands) 52.21 8. Geoff Huegill (Australia) 52.36 Be the first to comment on this article! Not already a Yahoo! user ? Sign up to get a free Yahoo! Account
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Swimming: Fuji 2nd fastest in 100 butterfly heats at worlds - Mainichi Daily News
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SHANGHAI (Kyodo) -- Japan's Takuro Fujii posted his season-best time in the 100-meter butterfly heats at the world championships Friday to qualify for the semifinals. Fujii won his heat and placed second overall with a time of 51.82 seconds,
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ROUNDUP: US win three gold, Danes and Belarus share first place - Middle East North Africa Financial Network
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Phelps' team-mate Tyler McGill was third-fastest in 51.56, followed by Japan's Takuro Fujii. Less than 40 minutes later Phelps led off the victorious US relay team to win his second gold medal of the meet. He said that he thought the team could go even
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Hungarian Long Course Nationals: Laszlo Cseh Sets Hungarian Record En Route to ... - SwimmingWorldMagazine.com
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Benjamin Starke (51.65), Michael Phelps (51.75), Takuro Fujii (51.84) and Joeri Verlinden (51.85) also have eclipsed 52 seconds this year. Bence Biczo placed a distant second against Cseh in 53.61, while Bence Pulai touched third in 53.86
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SA swimmers shine in Europe - Mail & Guardian Online
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He finished narrowly behind Japan's Takuro Fujii, who won in 52.24, and Brazilian Mario Almeido who took silver in 52.81. Zandberg broke the 50m backstroke championship record of 25.14 set by Australia's Benjamin Treffers with a fast 24.96 to secure
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Takuro Fujii claims the Men's 100m butterfly title on day one of the 2011 ... - bettor.com (blog)
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Takuro Fujii of Japan dominated proceedings in the Men's 100m butterfly final, as he captured the gold medal of the event on the first day of the 2011 Canet En Roussillon. The championship is the third stop of the 2011 Mare Nostrum Series and paves way
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Van der Burgh wins gold - Independent Online
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Chad le Clos followed with a bronze medal in the men's 100m butterfly, in 52,91 - touching narrowly behind Japan's Takuro Fujii in 52,24 and Brazilian Mario Almeido in 52,81. 15-year-old Michelle Weber rounded off the afternoon with a victory in the
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Kaio Almeida chega em segundo nos 100m borboleta do Mare Nostrum - AFP
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Com um tempo de 52 segundos e 81 centésimos, Kaio ficou atrás apenas do japonês Takuro Fujii (52.24). Os atletas do Japão destacaram-se, ao vencer quatro das oito provas masculinas disputadas nesta quarta-feira (400 metros livres, 100 metros costas,
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    TWENTIES
  • 2008
    Age 22
    is a Japanese swimmer. He won the bronze medal in the Men's 4 x 100 metre Medley Relay event at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
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  • 1985
    Born
    Born on April 21, 1985.
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