Mumbai: Mumbai's Aditi Dhumatkar, Monique Gandhi, Rujuta Bhatt and Avantika Chavan, all from Khar Gymkhana put up resounding performance by capturing 21 medals in all in the Senior Nationals swimming held at Trivandrum, which got over on Sunday. ... The Freepress Journal, 2 weeks ago
Bengaluru: The problems were plenty for Karnataka at the Senior National Aquatics Championships, following a mass exodus and injuries to some of the key swimmers, but the spunky youngsters led by Pooja R. Alva and Damini K. Gowda, stamped their ...Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago Karnataka's reign continues in the National swimming championship The Hindu, 2 weeks ago Karnataka seal team honours on final day Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago Bleak day for Karnataka Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: It was raining heavily and the action in the pool was in keeping with the melancholic mood as records remained elusive for swimmers on the final day of the 67th National Aquatic Championship at Koppam on Sunday. Railways' ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: On a day when Railway's Aaron D'Souza missed the meet record by just six microseconds, Maharashtra women's and Railway men's relay teams stole the show at the 67th National Aquatic Championship at Koppam on Friday. Aaron teamed ...Times of India, 2 weeks ago Maharashtra, Railways improve own records in medley relay Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Pooja completes treble in women's section to keep holders' title hopes intact. Arvind M prevailed in a see-saw battle in the 400M individual medley as Karnataka brightened their prospects of preserving their impeccable record on the third day of the 67th ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
He was not in the best of shapes but Saurabh Sangvekar showed a steely resolve to demolish the field and pocket the 1500M freestyle title at the 67th Senior National Aquatic Championships here on Thursday. The Karnataka lad clocked 16 minutes 04.28 seconds in ...Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
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