Daihi Inoue [27 = MHPS], who recorded 2 hours 6 minutes and 54 seconds on his own record, showed a courageous run, but missed the Tokyo Olympics [Olympic] after stalling at the end of the race and finishing 26th in 2 hours 9 minutes 34 seconds. . "I could only go as far as I could go. It was a great experience."
The target time is 2 hours, 4 minutes, 30 seconds. With the goal of fighting in the world, the finish time pacemaker was in the 2 hours and 3 minutes range from the start. He also boldly set a high pace as Osako fell in the group.
After 30 km, the pace became noticeable, and after 31 km, it was overtaken by Osako. "I tried to keep up, but it was full," he said.
The Tokyo Olympics disappeared, but said, "I'm halfway, but I've done what I can. I'm confident. I hope I can do it ".
Osako, who set a Japanese record, took off his hat, saying, "I thought there was nothing odd."