Rin is currently training with a swim team in Sydney, Australia.Rin is a muscular young man with semi-long, maroon colored hair. His winter and fall school uniform consist of white trousers, a white buttoned up jacket with a black t-shirt underneath it and black shoes.Additionally, the sixth annual “Shark Fest” has also shifted up on the calendar to beat “Shark Week” to cable airwaves by a week, as opposed to going (hammer) head-to-head again. TWO WEEKS OF ‘SHARKFEST,'” Geoff Daniels, executive vice president and general manager of Nat Geo Wild, told us in a statement.
While swimming, he wears black jammers which have red markings trailing along the length of his outer legs and thighs, as well as a pair of dark blue tinted goggles.
When he was young, Rin showed a lot of passion and competitiveness for swimming, as well as an interest in teamwork.
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Rin wanted to make a team and win the relay to emulate his father as he started down the path of becoming an Olympic swimmer.
Nat Geo Wild’s “Shark Fest” is megalodon-sizing to two weeks, doubling in length as a counter-programming move against rival Discovery Channel’s popular “Shark Week,” The Wrap has learned exclusively.Rin decided to try and become an Olympic swimmer because he believes that by following this path, he will be able to see his father's face.Rin joined the Iwatobi Swimming Club prior to leaving for Australia because that was his father's old club, where his father and his teammates had won the relay.Also Read: ' Shark Tank' Sharks to Actually Swim With Sharks on Shark Week Special Below is this year’s original “Shark Fest” programming, with each descriptions in Nat Geo Wild’s own words. Usually a pristine location, the waters of Cancun suddenly becomes a hotspot for shark attacks between 20, with six attacks along its shores.Locals who have never seen an attack are baffled and hotels start to wonder what is putting their guests at risk.Due to a tragic incident (a storm), his father drowned three kilometers off the coast along with the rest of his crew.