Indian swimmer Srihari Nataraj has equipped for the finals of men’s 100m backstroke in the wake of timing 54:55 seconds in the semi-last occasion at the continuous Commonwealth Games
Indian swimmer Srihari Nataraj has equipped for the finals of men’s 100m backstroke subsequent to timing 54:55 seconds in the semi-last occasion at the continuous Commonwealth Games. The 21-year-old completed fourth in his intensity and seventh generally to get a billet in the decoration occasion that will happen on Sunday. South African Pieter Coetze, in any case, was the quickest swimmer across both the semi-finals, timing 53.67s on the very first moment of the opposition.
The Bengaluru fellow will currently focus on turning out to be just the second Indian swimmer to pack a decoration in the Commonwealth Games since Prasanta Karmakar’s notable bronze in the para-swimming occasion at the Delhi CWG in 2010.
At the Tokyo Olympics last year, Nataraj had turned into the main Indian to swim in the grouping An intensity. The youthful swimmer had timed 54:31s to complete 27th in the men’s 100m backstroke occasion.
Prior, in men’s 400m Freestyle warms, Kushagra Rawat neglected to progress to the elimination rounds subsequent to timing 3:57.45 to complete fourteenth generally speaking.
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Sajan Prakash too passed up a major opportunity in the men’s 50m butterfly occasion as he completed eighth timing 25.01s.
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