The first place qualifiers, Kazuki Murakami [30 = Mie Prefectural Sports Association] and Kouki Ito [20 = Nihon Univ.], Scored 394.68 points in the final and won the championship. He also took the lead in qualifying and showed the strength to keep up with the other four sets. The two will be dispatched to the World Cup Tokyo Olympic Games [Tokyo Aquatics Center, April 21-26], which will also serve as the final qualifying round for the Tokyo Olympics.
In the qualifying held in the morning, 367.92 points were recorded. It exceeded the Nippon Water Fed's guide to advance to major international competition finals [364.98 points]. Momentum continues in the final. In his fifth performance, he scored 207C [holding three and a half times behind] and scored the highest score of the day, 81.18.
Tamai, who is aiming for the Olympics at the age of 13, participates with Ikuma. In the finals, he was the last with 352.89 points. Tamai will also participate in the men's high jump on the 7th.