Teeno Swimmers Ka Khna Hai Ki Iss Camp Ke Khtm Hone Tak India Me Bhi Pool Open Ho Jaye To Kafi Accha Rhega.
With pools still closed in India, Virdhawal Khade, Srihari Nataraj and Kushagra Rawat received the green light from the Sports Authority of India (SAI).
Kushagra Rawat moved closer to his dream of qualifying for the Olympics as he secured his 3rd B Cut for the 2020 Games with a 15:25.22 showing in the 1500.
Kushagra Rawat broke the Indian National Record at the New South Wales Championships in the men’s 400 freestyle, clocking 3:52.75.
Kushagra Rawat of India was one of the nation’s multiple medal winners at the 2019 South Asia Games, which just concluded its swimming action from Nepal.
India’s newly-minted 100 backstroke national record holder collected gold on the penultimate night of competition at the 2019 Asian Age Championships.
17-year-old Kim Min-ju made some magic happen in the women’s 50m freestyle on night 2 of the Asian Age Group Championships in India.
Swimmers from the Glenmark Aquatic Foundation Mumbai, SAI Glenmark TIDM Delhi and GAFRAY Bangalore claimed 30 medals comprising of 11 Gold, 13 Silver and 5 Bronze medals at the Thailand Age Group Swimming Championships which concluded on April 10 in Bangkok.
Kushagra Rawat training at the SAI Glenmark TIDM program in Delhi created history by becoming the fastest Indian in the 800 m Freestyle category clocking a time of 08.07.99.
Kushagra Rawat of Delhi clocked 08.14.21 and bagged a Gold medal in 800 Freestyle, just 4 seconds away from the B Cut World Championships qualifying time of 08:10.91.