Sajan Prakash, who was adjudged the best athlete at the 35th National Games, has so far achieved the best ranking amongst all Indian swimmers at the ongoing 16th FINA World Championships held in Kazan, Russia. Prakash grabbed the 31st place out of 40 swimmers in the Men’s 200m Butterfly Heats on Tuesday. The Indian clocked
Although news of the Chandigarh netball team being thrown out of the National Games based on allegations of forgery had taken a little sheen off the Games, some performances have given us reason to smile. Records were washed out again, with Services’ P S Madhu scoring twice. Maharashtra took over Haryana in the medals tally, while
Sajan Prakash is on cloud nine and has every reason to celebrate! The 22 year old has struck a purple patch in the National Games with his superlative performances. Covering his run in the medals tally, Sports Rediscovered brings to you a summary of key events, as they took place on Day 4 of the
An elated Sandeep later revealed how much he yearned for an Asiad medal. ‘’I have worked 8 years for this and always wanted to win a medal in the Asian Games. It’s a dream come true,’’ said Sejwal.
The Indian swimming contingent had finally something to smile about as Sandeep Sejwal brought home India’s first medal from the pool at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon.