For the Team – Free! & My Swim Story | OWLS “Team”

Chances are that if you were linked here from another blogger pal, then you might be new. To those first-timers, “Hi, I’m Takuto, welcome to my anime cafe!” As part of the OWLS blog tour’s  sixth monthly topic, “Team,” I decided to incorporate what would have been a “Cafe Talk” about my high school swimming experience, along with my thoughts on the anime Free! into one big post over sticking with a team to the end.

While the prompt was more intended as dedication to “Pride Month” and all of those who support the LGBT & Queer communities both in real life and in anime, the generosity and flexibility, as well as the promoted creativity that OWLS is known for, allows me to bend this topic back to its home nature: companionship found in teamwork. Thanks Lyn for the prompt!


A brief discussion on the 12-episode summer 2013 anime “Free! – Iwatobi Swim Club,” and its 13-episode summer 2014 sequel “Free! – Eternal Summer,” both produced by Kyoto Animation, directed by Hiroko Utsumi, based on the original story by Kouji Ooji.

“After High School, You’re Ordinary”

This was what Haruka Nanase was told long ago and, nearing the end of his own high school experience, Haru is still unsure of what to make of his future. Swimming as early as elementary school and winning races and a tournament with his childhood relay mates—all boys with very much girlish names—Makoto, Nagisa, and Rin, Haru has always loved the water. When they all went their separate ways for middle school, Haru dropped swimming entirely. Now he’s about to enter the real world, all dried up for a life of normalcy.

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That is—until the boys reunite in high school. Only desiring to race Haru after all these years, however, Rin could care less about the old team being together—he only wants to find out that HE is indeed the better, faster, stronger swimmer.

Without Rin, the three boys form a new Iwatobi High School Swim Team, and it turns out that their first challenge is not training and practicing hard, but actually recruiting a fourth member so that their relay can face off against Rin’s team later in the season! Eventually, these boys, bound by friendship, the spirit of competition, and the love of the sport, will discover what swimming in a relay means to each of them!

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And Just Like That, We’re Off the Blocks! 

Free!, like a well-trained athlete, balances episodes of training and technique with bits of fun, slice-of-life ventures and some emotional turmoil inbound. By using races and competitions as peaks of interest (and a way to execute the boys’ hard work), everything flows smoothly and as such makes time fly by. By the end of the two seasons, all relationships and story developments feel comfortably resolved—and that’s all I can ask of most adapted works these days!

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If it’s not apparent to you yet, the boys of Free! are very beloved by its fans in the community, and for good reasons, too. They all have such great . . . chemistry, and truly, they’re more than just friends—they’re family, the kind that look out for each other before themselves, as well as value each others’ strengths and weaknesses alike. Each so unique and diverse, they all have their own personal demons, but rather than facing them alone, they fight each battle as a team, causing their bonds to develop even further. I’d dare say that Free!’s characters form one of the most heartwarming squads out there; if not the best, they’re at least favorites of mine!

Name a Better-Looking Sports Anime. I Dare You.

Looking back, Free! was the first Kyoto Animation show to leave its signature mark on my viewing experience, and boy is it delicious. Not the muscles, well, maybe the muscles. I’m talking about the water—to quote Haru, it’s as if it’s ~alive~. Their attention to how water actually flows in real life is incredible. You could almost call it “liquid smooth.” KyoAni has a splendid color palette, which is bright, airy, and cheerful, not to mention that their eye for the cool, modern aesthetic is top-notch. Color and tone values help to distinguish between scenes of comedy and rivalry. I almost feel as if I’m cleansed when I watch this show, if that makes any sense at all.



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But the boys, oh yes, they are youthful, breathtaking creatures with beautiful physiques. I said it. No regrets.

The seaside OST also provides a flowing atmosphere from scene to scene, specifically those “go out and do something wonderful” tracks like “Rhythm of Port Town” and “Revelry of Student.” What the show’s probably known for music-wise is its energetic openings “Rage On” and “Dried Up Youthful Fame” by the wild OLDCODEX. And then there’s that ending “SPLASH FREE” by STYLE FIVE, a group composed of the five lead seiyuus (loudly sings 50% OFF ver).

For the Team: My High School Swim Club Story

My 8th grade summer ushered in a whole new set of problems: high school was right around the corner, and I was a) waaaay out of shape and b) wanted to fit in. So I was just like anyone else, right?

That’s when I told myself to do a sport—my first one ever—that no matter what happened or how bad I looked, I’d do it just for the sake of doing it. I was considering track for pole-vaulting since a close guy friend of mine did it. Then I looked at tennis.

Tennis couldn’t be that bad, right?

Then summer got real hot. Like, sure, it was 90+ degrees each day, but, early on during my anime experience when I was unfamiliar with simulcasts, I ran into a 30 sec trailer for something hot.

Really hot.

It was other peoples’ phrasing, not mine!

But there was NO WAY I’d “wear a speedo.” Heck, I didn’t even know if my high school had a boys swim team. So I rummaged the yearbooks and did a little online looking and sure enough, there it was.

As the summer drummed on, Free! kept calling me back to YouTube each week where someone would upload the episodes. Not the best streaming service, but I didn’t mind. Anyway, the way their club started off so small and so closely knit, and then the fact that they were STUNNING to look at—I had to do swimming, I just had to.

Season one ended leaving me in high spirits and hopeful that whatever came that coming winter (cause that’s when swim season was here), I’d be more than ready.

Flash forward, the school announcements read off an early interest meeting for the sport. I was overly nervous, of course, but I showed up, and just like a lost freshman EVERYONE knew each other already. Like 20 guys that all were buds with each other. I was already lost, and ready to give up.

Then the first practice came, oh god, the first practice. I received swimming lessons from a countryside town growing up, and so I thought I was a champ at it. But in fact I sucked. Really bad, hahaha!

The next practice came and five or so of the team didn’t show up.

They quit. Each with their own excuses.


There were so few members on the team that we were all considered “varsity” swimmers, so at least that was neat. Little ol’ me was varsity as a freshman!

I somehow finished that year improving times meet after meet with the other first years. But my eyes never stopped wandering off to our lane four relay. Coincidentally, or perhaps by fate, there were four of them: one for each of the strokes, one for each of the boys in Free!

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I wanted to be like them. So I worked my ass off at morning practices and afternoon practices day after day after day.

I was even awarded the “Most-Improved” on the team! Still got the medal displayed in my room.

Then they all graduated. Except for one, since he was a junior, but yeah, they all had left me. They left the team, leaderless.

My sophomore and junior years ushered in new issues. New coaches, new members joining then quickly dropping for all the same things, but the core members of the team never left, and now they’re some of my greatest “upperclassmen” friends. Facing the facts, the others just couldn’t take the heat of practice.

But I could, and I did.

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Senior year came. Three other seniors joined me, but then those same three quit the very next day. By the end we were eight strong, but became eight of the closest guys you could ever imagine. We were all swimming Free!.

But there was this one freshman in particular. He was good. Very good. Like crazy good enough to make State qualification times in our first meet.


Then there was me, who had actually peaked his junior year and suffered all season with a young hot-headed coach who didn’t even know what “mercy” meant.

I suddenly felt unqualified. Alone, if you will. Days grew longer, my body grew more tired, and yet my times never improved.

I even remember crying myself to sleep one night, swearing to myself that I’d quit at practice the next day. “Who even needed to say they swam for four years during high school?? It’s not like I’d remember any of it a decade later!!”

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But then I thought about me—myself, that scared little guy who, during his freshman year, witnessed several of his upperclassmen leave the lanes for good. If it weren’t for those four boys, our A-Team relay, I probably would have—


That’s when it hit me: I wasn’t staying there for me anymore. Heck, I didn’t need swimming, or an in-shape body anymore—it’s senior year.

But what kind of message would that have sent to them, their families, this community, that a team of only freshmen and sophomores were left senior-less after they all quit??

Nope. I was there for them. For the team that never left me when I was a first year.

For the team. 

So I whipped myself back into shape, my psyche ready for any challenges that came my way, because I wasn’t swimming for my own times anymore—it was for the relay, for the team!

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This past spring, we finished seven strong with one of our guys leaving us due to his parents moving away. But we never forgot him, and we never forgot about us.

And it was that fleeting member who got us to compete at State. Relay times are generally left permanently for the team, which is why, when he left, we met consideration time. It was just a few aching days after that we found out that our qualifying time got us in.

We stayed overnight in a fancy hotel, exploring the town together with our coaches, shopping, laughing, making those kinds of memories.

The kinds you’ll never forget.

And then we swam at state. That one really good freshman OF COURSE placed in the top ten. Our relay . . .

We didn’t make it to the second day, hahaha! But we were lucky enough to even be there in the first place, right?

When our splits (individual times) were captured by our coaches and the timing mats, my own time came in:

I swam a 24-some-second 50-yard freestyle in our relay. That is, to date, the fastest I had ever swam, and I nearly cried. We were all yelling and screaming and cheering so loud that we nearly lost our voices, but we didn’t care at that point, cause we all for the most part had swam our best when it mattered most, and ya know,

That means the world to a Team Captain.

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Like Free! tries to tell us, you can be the best swimmer or the worst swimmer, but if you don’t work together as a team, you’ll never win what truly matters: friendship, companionship, brotherhood—they’re all synonymous at this point.

We go about our lives thinking and acting like we have to carry our own weight, and to an extent, that’s true. But like a relay, everything we do is ultimately for the team, for some group, tangible or not, that is bonded together through incredible triumphs, pitfalls, or just good memories.

And if you find yourself losing passion with something, or are stuck with a team that frankly isn’t filled with the most wonderful of people, then BE that wonderful person for the team. Do what I did and work your butt off, sweat your tears away, and devote everything you’ve got just to say that YOU never left them when it mattered most.

Cause ultimately, you, too, are part of a team, their team, and you should do things just like that:

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 This was a very long post (laughs) and I apologize, but there’s a lot to be said about Takuto here. A lot indeed. And if you read it all, from beginning until now, I can’t honestly thank you enough! Free! may be male fanservice to everyone’s eye, but to me, it’s a beautiful and inspirational coming-of-age story filled with compassion and teamwork that inspired me to take on a seemingly impossible journey—impossible alone, that is. It’s about growing up and finding out who you really want to be, about dedication, self-motivation, and life after graduation. Through Free! I made friends and fell in love with a sport. But more than that I made memories to last a lifetime, and those are irreplaceable.

As such, both seasons of Free! are awarded solid “Caffe Mochas” ratings, and should be watched on Crunchyroll or Funimation’s sites for FREE (hah) at one’s earliest convenience. That is, only if you’re craving something really hot.

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This concludes my June 5th (now 6th, apologies) entry in the OWLS “Team” blog tour. Being the first one to kick off a tour of this magnitude is quite a heavy weight, but hopefully I did a decent job, and now we can carry that together, right? Please tune in to Remy Fool (The Lily Garden) as he discusses the poor perception of male crossdressers in Japanese media this Monday, June 12th.

To all the guys I swam with throughout my four years, from the team that inspired me to the one that I, myself, hopefully inspired, thank you for all of the laughs and the memories—this one’s for you. Stay silly my guys. 

And to you, my favorite readers, an even greater thanks! Until next time, this has been

– Takuto, once a team captain, now just another blogger



45 thoughts on “For the Team – Free! & My Swim Story | OWLS “Team”

  1. Why is there no LOVE button on wordpress!

    Takuto, thank you so much for sharing YOUR story to kick off our blog tour. To be honest, the way you wrote this story was beautiful, almost poetic! I admit I teared up a bit during the part you said you wanted to quit the team! But I’m so glad you remembered the seniors that were there when you started and that you never gave up!

    I, too, love Free! but because of the friendships turned family! It reminds me of all my friends from architecture school- you go through all these hardships together as a group and it only brings you closer and allows you to inspire one another.

    I love love absolutely love this post Takuto, probably one my favorite OWLS posts byfar. Thank you for sharing such an inspirational story! For the team! 😀 and hey despite the time crunch this was a pretty flawless post!

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    • I totally agree–Let’s petition for one >.<

      It was an honor and a pleasure sharing a bit of me with someone so kind and heartwarming as you (I've also been meaning to do this for a long time, so hey, three birds with one huge rock, haha)

      My story was one of those full-circle experiences, as in when I think back, everything that happened only happened because someone had done it first, and that rubbed off on me in the best way possible. I'm glad you liked this "poetic" style, hehe, it's still new to me, but I want to keep doing it cause it feels easier to write when paragraphs and formatting don't hold me back. And YES, the seniors, couldn't thank them enough!

      You're right about the cast of Free!–they're definitely more than just friends, and that's because, like you, they've gone through more than what casual buds would go through together, and that can be a wonderful, encouraging thing. Thanks for sharing your own thoughts!

      By now, I can't thank you enough (you're also making me blush wayyy to hard)!! It felt SO GOOD letting this one loose, and it helps when bloggers like you are so openly responsive and supportive. And my, my, your favorite?! Now you're spoiling me! (We'll try to forget that time crunch existed lol)

      Many thanks again—Let's do it for the team, together, whether it's for our own teams at home, this community we've created together, or even OWLS! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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  2. Wow buddy. That got me a bit emotional! You shared what could be considered an incredibly personal story and I thank you for that.

    Friendship, companionship, bonds. These are things i value most highly in the world. I am fortunate enough to have a small tight knit group of friends that have been together for over 7 years, since our University days. we are without a doubt, a team.

    I love that Free! inspired you to do something great and it reasserts my opinion that Anime as a medium can be truly life changing. Im so happy you didn’t give up on yourself or you swim team, it sounds like you made the memories of a lifetime!

    Thanks for this amazing post! What a way to start the OWLS blog tour!

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    • I’m simply overjoyed to hear that I’ve moved you~! It was not the easiest thing to write, but once I got going it finally all came together, so my extended thanks to you for reading.

      Seven years—and from university no less, now that’s a group to hold onto! I’m about to begin my own college trip, and I hope I grow to have a close team of friends I can rely on like you’ve found. Thanks for sharing that.

      Of all things, yeah, it always feels weird to say that “Oh sure, yup, it was the show about muscle men and BL that inspired me to swim,” same with saying that “Hey, it WAS Negima!?, a total harem show about a 10-year-old teacher with 30 female students inspired me to pursue anime as entertainment. Anime can be wonderfully weird and influential. And yes, I, too, am so very happy with myself that I didn’t quit EVEN if it was so easy to. Instead, I traded a wrecked body and endless practice for irreplaceable memories. I like to think I won.

      Thank you so much for all this praise! I was scared to start us off, but of course I had NOTHING to fear in this friendly community! 🙂

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      • I sincerely hope you do find a great group of friends where you all look out for each other. Life is a lot better with good friends.

        And also, I was addicted to reading the Negima manga for a long time…. just putting that out there haha!

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    I freaking loved everything, everything about this post it sang to me like birds oh my god !!!! Your swimming story combining it with Free oh my god my heart was racing slightly. Felt like I was there in the moments you spoke of at the finals for your relay.To display out therre like you did in this post is so commendable and felt like I got to learn more about you my friend !!!

    You brought it home for the team, owls team !! Lita is very proud of Taku *hugs*

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      I’m freaking ECSTATIC that you enjoyed this post and my writing!! Seriously, commenting that you felt slightly on edge and involved in the story absolutely made my day. Like you and all of your personal character posts or YT vids, I feel like I learn about who you are as a person, so I thought it was about time that I returned the backstories.

      Happy to have actually contributed more to this team—I finally feel like I belong in this group *hugs back* Thank you so much for reading, as always~! 🙂

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    and secondly: I ABSOLUTELY LOVED READING THIS!!! Thank you for sharing your story! It’s incredible seeing how anime can truly inspire us and our interest and life choices! Its so cool to hear how you pushed through the struggle!! I can really relate to the “for the team” mindset at this point in my life myself as I’m at a job with a boss I don’t care for but coworkers I love and would do anything for. That “for the team” mindset, when people are also giving back to me as a team member too, is amazing.

    Amazing post! And I really need to watch the second season of Free! XD


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      I’m more than happy to share pieces of me when there are bloggers like you who make me want to put myself out there. Anime has probably influenced so much of my own character that there are probably so many more like Free! working behind the scenes. And that thought, like you said, is simply incredible! Teams with good, true, and hardworking individuals can make all the difference in one’s life, and I’m happy you also found a group like that. It’s all one big giving cycle: With the best of teams, the more you put in, the more they will put in for you, too.

      Thank you so much for liking and enjoying this important post to me! And YES, that second season is definitely a MUST if you’ve seen the first, so get on it haha!!!

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  5. This was awesome Taku! It’s really cool that you’re a swimmer. I feel like I learned more about you with this post. This made me feel nostalgic about when I played sports. Finding a team you really connect with and pushing each other forward is the best. Even though at sometimes it can be insanely hard! I’m glad you were able to make it all the way through.

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    • It was something I’ve been meaning to get around to for a long time now, and getting myself out there a bit more was also part of it, so thank you so much, Kat! You’re absolutely right, there’s nothing better than having a team that evolves together. I have no regrets with the decisions I’ve made and the hours I’d spent working. 🙂

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  6. That was an amazing post! It was so personal and incredibly heartfelt. The part where you realized that you were training and swimming for your team had me feel so happy for you. I’m glad you didn’t quit. And I know that you’ll cherish those feelings for way more than a decade. Way to describe what it means to be part of a team, Taku!

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    • Remy—this makes me so happy, thank you!! I’m also very glad that I didn’t leave the others behind . . . wonder where I’d be (or they’d be) if I had left. It’s made an incredible impact on my current life, and you’re right, I have no doubt in my mind that it’ll weight there for a long time to come. Gotta do it for the fam, ya know? Haha!

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      • You’re welcome, Takuto!

        Mmm it was definitely for the best that you stayed. And yes, you have to cherish those precious memories for a long while. I definitely agree – you always gotta pull through for the fam, haha! Thanks again for such a moving post.

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  7. Aaaaaaw. I got teary-eyed reading this post. That was a great personal story. We can make an anime out of your high school swimming experience. 😉
    I also liked Free! Well, I love sports anime in general & I can probably name most of them at the top of my head. I must admit that I watched Free! because of the amazing abs, but unsurprisingly got absorbed by the story & the characters. Splash Free & Rage on are included in my workout playlist. Anyway, I’m all over the place.

    Indeed, team is portrayed well in this anime. That final swim during s1 was so moving. The 4 of them (inc Rin) swam as a team, even though they were technically opponents. So the team here isn’t what’s official but the sense of brotherhood between them. It’s awesome. Your story was very heartwarming. Your teammates became some of your closest friends. Wonderful. Thanks for sharing it with us. And thank you for making it to the deadline. 😉
    Great job, Taku, as always. Keep up the great work. Cheers!

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    • (I don’t believe I ever got to respond to this, so here I am months later anyway >.<)

      An anime about my swim career, HAH, that'd be great. You'll get to see the MC struggle A LOT, but where he struggles, he grows as a human being.

      You can never go wrong with jamming out to this show's OPs and EDs—in fact, they're on my playlist, too!

      I actually remember feeling like there were butterflies in my stomach during the season one finale (and season two's, of course). And I totally get what you're saying, in that a team is that group of people where your heart belongs, not necessarily your body. It made me kinda sad that Rei sat the final race out, but man, it was for such a good, emotionally moving cause.

      This was definitely the most personal OWLS post I made this year, and I'm glad it was for a show that meant the world to me. It's not often that I do these personal posts, too, so I'm glad to see that everyone enjoyed reading it. And of course, gotta at least "try" and make those deadlines, hehehe! As always, I'm not sure how your comments always slip by me, but they mean everything to me, Arria—thank you!!


  8. Oh my gosh yes! I love this post so much! Free is so much more than a fanservice show with pretty animation, and boy is the animation pretty. It is one of my favorite anime because the story it tells of all the boys is so good, and I think that there are a lot of people out there who don’t appreciate it enough for telling such an inspiring story. Such a good post! I loved it!

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    • This comment somehow got lost in the flow, but oh my goodness, thank you Ka-chan!! Free! is absolutely more than “a pretty show for girls.” Not like I need to mention this, but it’s also one of my favorite anime, and I’m glad that we can both appreciate its emotional depth and ability to inspire others. I’m just so happy with this comment!! Many thanks again, and I’m thrilled that you enjoyed it!

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  10. TAKU! This post was beautiful! I remember you telling me a bit about your high school swim club experience months ago, but this gave me so many feelings! I never joined a sports club at school (I was too nervous back then) and I always kind of regretted it. Now that I’m older, I can’t help but want to join one of those community teams (maybe volleyball 😉 ) and this post definitely lit a fire under my butt!

    Like everyone said this gave me all these warm fuzzy feelings and you definitely gave me a new outlook on Free! Taku your posts are always a welcome treat. I know this is a bit early to be saying this, but I think this might be my favorite XD

    Thanks for this Taku!! 😀

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    • NAJA! I know I’m SO LATE as always, but thank you so much! Your comments in the OWLS live stream, listening back on it now, were very kind and uplifting.

      I knew that I, too, would regret it if I never put myself out there, and now, I like to think all my suffering during practices was well worth the risk, haha. You should definitely try out volleyball, even if you’re there for the sake of being motivated by a “certain” anime. I did it, and I turned out fine. 😉

      Of all the comments I have received on this post, your’s means a lot to me particularly because, hey, I was able to enlighten someone on something—that’s a big reason why I blog, and it’s comments like this that help keep me goin’. Whether I do end up being your favorite or not (let’s be honest tho, hahaha), I’m so very glad that you enjoyed reading this and learning a bit about both myself and the anime that everyone likes to poke fun at. Thank you!!


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  14. Thank you for sharing, this was a fun post! I really enjoyed the experiences you shared about what it is to be a team. It was especially fun to see that you eventually realized that you wanted to be there for the team, and that the realization turned around your whole experience from being something that was emotionally distressing to being something incredible. I like that an anime in which team building is essential inspired you to go out and try out a new passion, allowing you to discover your team along the way.

    I’ll go ahead and add Free! to my ever-growing watch list.

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    • (I realize I’m so late to this comment, but it somehow slipped by me.)

      First, thank you so much for reading! I had an absolute blast writing this (actually, it was very emotional and somewhat hard to do, but I’m glad it’s out there), and I’m overjoyed that you understood my struggle to keep on keepin’ on. Anime, sports or not, that feature teams have some of the most relatable characters and situations in them, and I can’t stress enough how important these can be to some people. I hope that you, too, either have or do find a team that you can be proud to be a part of, as it’s truly a rewarding experience!

      Thanks again for all the nice words, and WOOT, another potential Free! fan–my job here is done!

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  16. Not my type of show, because the muscular bods make me feel insecure, but I will agree that the water effects are impressive. It’s not easy to realistically animate liquid.

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