Asian Games: I can be the next Michael Phelps, says Japan's Kosuke Hagino

Updated: 21 September 2014 19:20 IST

Twenty-year-old Japanese swimmer Kosuke Hagino, who beat American great Michael Phelps in the 200m medley at last month's Pan Pacific championships, said his surprise freestyle gold at the Asian Games could elevate him to the next level.

Asian Games: I can be the next Michael Phelps, says Japan's Kosuke Hagino
Hagino (top) is the next big thing in international swimming. © AP

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Topics : Asian Games 2014 Swimming
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