Reading Time: 2 minutesYesterday, at the 45th Japan Athletics Championships, I was giving guidance on chest training in the men's XNUMXM race. Kaito Kawabata, the only player in the XNUMX-second range under bad rainy conditions, won by a wide margin with a new personal record of XNUMX seconds 🏅 Japan's representative at the Tokyo Olympics 🇯🇵It has been confirmed.In the dismount review, the commentator did not even mention Kawabata's name at all during the race, but his run was as expected.Although the expert's explanation was a one-sided one, Kawabata showed a completely different story and with XNUMX meters left, ran past the other players and ran through the finish line with a fist pump. It was a moving moment full of tears when I thought about his painful time and environment.  Before the match, I attended a clinic for conditioning and thoracic training, and I was confident that I would be in perfect physical condition and beat my personal best of XNUMX seconds to win.Coach Shinji Aoto (former Japanese record holder for the men's XNUMXm and participant in the Summer/Winter Olympics) entrusted his conditioning to me. Is a really great leader. As leading athletes such as Kiryu and Sunny Brown were unable to race satisfactorily due to injuries, this result reconfirmed how important conditioning is for athletes, even more than training.Kaito Kawabata, who was completely unknown until last year, has blossomed into his talent as a result of the thorough, precise, and full support guidance of coach Shinji Aoto, who is also the director of Chukyo University's track and field club.His efforts and the support of those around him brought about the result of winning this Japanese championship. I am truly honored to have had the opportunity to support him as he tries to take on the world despite having no sponsors and facing major financial and mental disadvantages.World Relay Silver Medalist Mixed XNUMXxXNUMX Relay Japanese Record Holder XNUMXth Japan Athletics Championships Men's XNUMXm Champion Tokyo Olympics XNUMXxXNUMX Relay Japan Representative (surely confirmed!) Mr. Trolox Co., Ltd.  PS International Co., Ltd. Hot Album Carbonated Spring Tablet Co., Ltd. LHG JAPAN Co., Ltd. Thank you for your support for Kaito Kawabata.Thanks to everyone's support, Kaito Kawabata was able to compete in the race in the best possible condition.Mr. Kawabata would also like to thank the companies that supported us.On behalf of Mr. Kawabata, I would like to express my deepest gratitude.As the ace of the Japanese team at the Tokyo Olympics, I promise that he will show off his best running performance in the XNUMXxXNUMXm relay at the Olympics.We appreciate your continued support and support. *A lone athlete!Support for Kaito Kawabata.We welcome your support, so please I would appreciate it if you could contact Nobuhiro Suetake.