Ryo Fujimoto and Aya Takano win swimming titles – NCSA/Itoman Allstar Meet

Ryo Fujimoto and Aya Takano won the titles of Boys 100m butterfly and Girls 200m freestyle respectively at the 2012 NCSA/Itoman Allstar Meet.

Fujimoto remained half body length ahead of his closest competitor as he touched the wall for the title by producing a time of 55.76 seconds.

The champion was followed by Issei Takeda, who remained 0.35 seconds behind and transpired on the finishing end as second position holder by submitting an effort of 56.11 seconds.

The silver medallist was chased by Andrew N Jovanovic, who stayed 0.64 seconds apart and touched the wall for bronze medal by reporting a time of 56.75 seconds.

Fourth best spot of the race was secured by Koheim Fukazawa, who remained 0.02 seconds away from overpowering his former finisher but settled on the wall with an effort of 56.77 seconds.

Similarly, Fukazawa was trailed by Kyle E Tyrrell, who remained 0.21 seconds apart and surfaced on the finishing end as fifth fastest swimmer by touching the wall with an effort of 56.98 seconds.

Following that, Takano captured gold medal of Girls freestyle discipline. With her stupendous form, Takano remained in a lead of two body lengths over her toughest challenger and surfaced on the wall for gold medal with a nice timing of 2 minutes and 01.18

The champion was chased by Megumi Ito, who stayed 2.04 seconds apart and touched the wall for silver medal by producing a wonderful time of 2 minutes and 03.22 seconds.

The second position holder was traced by Natsuki Maruyama, who remained just half a body length behind and occupied third position of the race with an effort of 2 minutes and 03.86 seconds.

Subsequently, Maruyama was trailed by Abby L Jagdfeld, who was 0.33 seconds away from her preceding swimmer and touched the wall for fourth position with a timing of 2 minutes and 04.19 seconds.

Furthermore, the position holders received medals and accolades for their astonishing efforts while the session ended after the conclusion of all planned events in Men and Women’s corner.