Read on to find out more about smaller swimming stories from around the web in this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
Srihari Nataraj and Sajan Prakash achieved FINA ‘A’ cuts at the end of June, but were unable to match their best times at the Tokyo Olympics.
Indian Olympian Sajan Prakash will soon be undergoing extensive treatment to address a lingering neck issue related to a slipped disc.
La FINA ha formalizzato l’invito per il programma Unversality per l’Indiana Maana Patel che fa salire a tre gli indiani presenti a Tokyo
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World record holder Sarah Sjostrom of Sweden is set to swim her first 100m butterfly since having undergone elbow surgery.
Sajan Prakash è il primo nuotatore indiano a nuotare al di sotto del limite A imposto dalla FINA per la partecipazione ai Giochi Olimpici
While competing on day 2 of the Sette Colli Trophy, Sajan Prakash nabbed a FINA ‘A’ cut in the men’s 200m butterfly event.
La federazione dell’Uzbekistan rigetta le accuse di manipolazione, ma nuovi video gettano ulteriori ombre sulle qualificazioni olimpiche
The Latvian Open wrapped up today from Riga but not before 14-year-old Eneli Jefimova of Estonia claimed another breaststroke medal.
The Swimming Federation of India and the South African Swimming Federation that the two countries will develop their aquatic programs jointly.
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).
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