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2019 Asian Swimming Championship: Sajan Prakash and Srihari Nataraj to aim “A” qualification time for Tokyo Olympics

They have already secured B Qualification time for the 2020 Olympics

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Say no to national records: Indian Swimming Federation

The Swimming Federation of India (SFI) has, for years, maintained that the national records are only timings recorded at the National championship and rolls out a separate list for athletes with best performances.

Indian para swimmers set record swimming across Catalina Channel

The Catalina Channel swim is part of the Ocean Seven Swimming Challenge, a swimming marathon of seven channel swims. It is considered to be on par with the Seven Summits mountaineering challenge.

Bengaluru set as host city for Asian Age Group Swimming Championships 2019

After producing numerous international swimmers and being the most preferred city for Olympians and top Indian swimmers to train and excel, Bengaluru for the very first time will host the 10th AASF Asian Age Group Championships 2019 starting 24th September giving the country’s swimming enthusiasts an opportunity to witness the largest Aquatic Event in the continent. The nine-day sporting extravaganza will have over 40 countries and more...

A hot ‘Sun’ overshadows phenomenal Peaty at World Swimming Championships

Gwangju, South Korea is playing host to the World Aquatics Championships just about 12 months ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. It is only natural to expect swimmers from across the globe to come out guns blazing in their quest to achieve the Olympic qualifying times, and the world’s best swimmers shone through, with some strong performances within and outside...

False promises have not demotivated Bula Chowdhury to build her swimming school

India's legendary swimmer and ‘Queen of Seven Seas’ Bula Chowdhury has been dreaming of her swimming school for the last 14 years even after being deceived with false promises. She still cannot forget that rare moment after having crossed the Tyrrhenian Sea in Italy, one of her most memorable feats. She had just come out of the sea, drenched and exhausted after...

Swimming Federation of India elects Jayaprakash as new president

In major changes in the Swimming Federation of India (SFI) administration, Tamil Nadu's R.N. Jayaprakash was elected as the new SFI President on Friday. Chokshi Mondal of Gujarat was elected as the General Secretary and Mekala Ramakrishna of Telangana as the Treasurer respectively. The office-bearers will serve a four-year tenure and were unanimously elected at the federation's annual general body...

Investing in swimming is a risk worth taking: Virdhawal Khade

One-hundredth of a second. That is all the time it took for India's Virdhawal Khade to miss out on a medal at the most recent Asian Games in Jakarta. To one watching the race, it would seem to be the moment things were put in perspective. Virdhawal Khade, having previously already known the joys of an Asiad medal, stayed...

If we act today, we might see Swimming Golds for India in 2028 Olympics | By Hakimuddin Habibulla

We often tend to react. Hence we find it convenient and comfortable to support sports in which we have somehow managed to win medals. India is blessed with fantastic demography which needs to be leveraged more proactively. We need to think strategically with a long-term view on how to drastically change our position on the medal tally at large multi-sport...