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Indian Swimmers Srihari Nataraj, Sajan Prakash Qualify For FINA World Short Course Championships

Oct 30, 2021 PTI

A four-member Indian contingent is set to take part in the meet which is slated to be held in Abu Dhabi from December 16 to 21.

Tokyo-bound Swimmer Sajan Prakash Says Self Belief, Support System Helped Him Qualify For Olympics

Jul 04, 2021 PTI

The 27-year-old clocked 1:56:38 seconds in the men's 200m butterfly event in Rome to become the first ever Indian swimmer to earn a direct Olympic qualification.


It's Official! Indian Swimmer Srihari Natraj Qualifies For Tokyo Olympics

The Tokyo Olympics will mark the first time when two Indian swimmers will take part in the Summer Games after achieving a direct qualification

Sajan Prakash: From Struggling To Execute Butterfly Stroke To Achieving 'A' Cut In 10 Months

Jun 29, 2021 PTI

Sajan Prakash made the Tokyo Olympic Games 'A' standard, set at 1:56.48 seconds, by 0.10 seconds at the Olympic qualifier.


Who Is Sajan Prakash - First-ever Indian Swimmer To Get Olympic ‘A' Cut

Here are 12 things you need to know about Sajan Prakash, who will chase swimming dreams in the Tokyo Olympic Games

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