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Other Sports   |   September 24, 2019

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The Trio Virdhawal Khade, Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj aim for upcoming Olympic

Srihari clocked the Olympic B qualification time in 100m backstroke at the FINA Junior World Championships last month. Middle and long-distance race swimmer Kushagra Rawat, runner Rujuta Khade, swimmer Maana and middle-distance swimmer Shivani Kataria are expected to contribute to India’s honor tally within the event. A strong line-up within the cluster I boys can see Tanish G Mathew lead the charge as he takes half in fifty, 100, 200m butterfly. Hiten S Mittal, Sanjay CJ, Swadesh Mondal are among the other Group swimmers expected to make podium finish.

Virdhawal Khade, Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj can look to realize the ‘A’ normal Olympic qualification mark once they spearhead the Indian challenge at the tenth Asian age bracket Swimming Championships, beginning here on Tuesday. All the 3 swimmers have created the ‘B’ cut within the recent months. whereas Virdhawal had achieved it within the 50m race event at the Senior Swimming Nationals last month, Sajan did that in 200m butterfly at the FINA junior World Championships in Gwangju, south korea. Srihari clocked the Olympic ‘B’ qualification time in 100m backstroke at the FINA Junior World Championships last month. Middle and long-distance race swimmer Kushagra Rawat, runner Rujuta Khade, swimmer Maana Patel and middle-distance swimmer Shivani Kataria square measure expected to contribute to India’s honor tally within the event. A strong line-up within the cluster I boys can see Tanish G Mathew lead the charge as he takes half in fifty, 100, 200m butterfly.

Suvana Bhaskar, Kenisha Gupta, Kushi Dinesh are going to be India’s honor hopes within the cluster I women class whereas Shoan Ganguly, Vedant Madhavan, Sahil Laskar, Devansh Parmar, Utkarsh Patil and Vidith Sankar are named within the cluster II Boys. The Indian team has been elected on the premise of national trials and also the bring to a halt time set by Asia Swimming Federation, decision maker of Swimming Federation of Asian country Virendra Nanavati same. The event can witness prime competitors from countries like Japan, China, Chinese Taipeh, Hong Kong, Thailand, Kazakhstan’s home advantage can for certain be a propulsion and that we have unbroken the ‘A’ cut time in mind throughout our coaching within the initiate to the present event. We are confident of a good show and personally I am looking to swim faster than the Senior Nationals last month, Virdhawal said.