I passed up London, so my first Olympic Games experience was decimating, says Team Visa competitor Daiya Seto. Putting third in preliminaries, the talented swimmer from Japan watched his first Olympic Games ticket sneak away by just milliseconds. Olympic fans from all over the world are invited to book Olympic 2020 tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympic Aquatics fans can book Olympic Aquatics Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
Be that as it may, not long after the baffling misfortune, Seto hit a series of wins, striking gold at the 2012 FINA World Swimming Championships in the 400m individual variety and establishing another precedent for Asia. Truth be told, 400 demonstrates to be his brilliant number.
Seto astounded the universe of swimming when he brought home gold in the 400m individual mixture at the 2013 World Aquatics Championships and earned his first big showdown title in a long course (50m) pool. He did it again at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships and heads into the Rio 2016 Olympic Games safeguarding two consecutive big showdown titles against a gathering of exceptionally aggressive men’s swimming hopefuls.
My dad is an extremely constructive individual, says Seto of his motivation. On the off chance that I state that something is unthinkable, he’ll generally answer, Say something positive and your activities will pursue your words. His dad’s recommendation had a paramount effect at the World Aquatic Championships in Kazan, Russia a year ago. I was relied upon to win decorations in my initial two races, the 200m individual variety and the butterfly, however I flopped in both.
He had one more race—the 400m individual mixture—and was resolved to win, remembering positive musings that he was sufficient for gold. For a situation of father knows best, Seto scored gold in the 400m last, winning him a programmed pass to Rio this August. At a great 4:08.50 time, Seto’s presentation would have earned him the silver award in London.
Seto joins Team Visa, a gathering of world-class Olympic and Paralympic competitors who encapsulate Visa’s estimations of acknowledgment, organization, and advancement, with his partner Kanako Watanabe, another competitor to watch in Rio and one of top 10 quickest female 100m breaststroke swimmers on the planet.
Through the Team Visa program, Visa has upheld in excess of 1,000 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games hopefuls by furnishing them with monetary and advertising support in the approach and during the Olympic Games. It’s a significant privilege to be a piece of the group supported by Visa, says Seto, and to have the option to contend among the world’s top competitors.
With his first Olympic Games added to his repertoire come August, Seto as of now anticipates returning in 2020 when Tokyo, his home city, has the Olympic 2020 Games. By at that point, I’ll be at the pinnacle of my swimming profession, he says with his present trademark energy, so I will give all that I can to win.