14th Masters National Swimming Championship: Gagan bags gold for Karnataka
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14th Masters National Swimming Championship: Gagan bags gold for Karnataka

A.P. Gagan of Karnataka won the gold in the 100m free-style event in the 25-29 years men’s category with a timing of 56.02sec on the opening day of the 14th Masters National Swimming championship, conducted by Karnataka State Swimming Association at Chamundi Vihar Swimming Pool here on Thursday.

Important results: Men

100m Freestyle:  (25-29 years)

A.P. Gagan (Kar,56.02 sec), 2. Tarun Tokas (Delhi, 59.05 sec), 3. Akshil Joseph (SSCB, 1:03.35 sec); (30-34 years): 1. V. Partha (Kar,1:00.04 sec), 2. T.C. Aju (SSCB, 1:02.62 sec), 3. Bharat Sachdeva (Delhi, 1:05.89 sec); (35-39 years): 1. Paras Jayendubhai (Guj,1:09.15 sec), 2. Gojen Singh Laikhuram (Manipur, 1:12.85 sec), 3. Bhupinder Singh Saran (Kar,1:16.30 sec); (40-44years): 1. Sanjeev Tokas (Delhi, 1:03.96 sec), 2. T.A. Sunith Kumar (Delhi, 1:04.85 sec), 3. P.D. Dominic (KAR, 1:04.63 sec); (45-49 years): 1.Ashutoosh Boloor (Kar, 1:06.92 sec), 2. Dasarathi Patel (Odisha, 1:08.33 sec), 3. Sanjay Malik (Delhi, 1:08.94 sec); (50-54 years): 1. M.D. Sebastian (Tel, 1:17.33 sec), 2. P.D. Anil Kumar (KER, 1:21.04 sec), 3. Jag Mohan Panwar (Har,1:21.89 sec); (55-59 years): 1. Dilip Doshi (MP, 1:09.23 sec), 2. Om Prakash Rajora (Delhi, 1:11.83 sec), 3. C.R. Krishna (MP, 1:14.13 sec); (60-64 years): 1. Joseph Kouk (Del, 1:13.78 sec), 2. Jagadish Singh Dikhit (MP, 1:16.16 sec), 3. Sukhbir Singh Rathi (Delhi, 1:20.28 sec), (65-69 years): 1. Mohendro Singh Sapam (Manipur, 1:31.45 sec), 2. Sadashivrao Ad Thorat (MAH, 1:40.45 sec), 3. Narashiman Reddy (Guj, 1:53.99 sec), (70-74 years): 1. Basudeb Saha (Kar, 1:26.07 sec), 2. Jage Ram (Del, 1:33.03 sec), 3. Kashinath Ray (Del, 1:33.13 sec), (75-79 years): 1. K.C. Sebastian (Ker, 1:53.73 sec), 2. Daud Hasam Fulami (Guj, 2:15.81 sec), 3.B.D.Vithal Rao (Mah, 2:16.44 sec), (80-84 years): 1. Mai Chand (Del, 2:48.64 sec), 2. S. Purushotham Shankar (Mah, 2:53.06 sec), 3. S. Muthukumara Swamy (TN, 4:55.14 sec), (85-89 years): 1. Ramakrishna Aranake (Mah, 2:43.94 sec), 2. Rambhaji Babaj Waghmare (Mah, 4:53.82 sec).

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Women: 100m Freestyle

25-29 years

Vaishnavi Mukunda (Kar, 1:20.11 sec), 2. Nayana Prakash (Kar, 1:26.09 sec), 3. Kiran Mounika Mothukuri (Tel, 1:30.22 sec); (30-34 years): 1. Dipali Patel (Guj, 1:24.09 sec), 2. Veena Shokeen (Del, 1:39.63 sec), 3. Preet Kaur Bhatia (Kar, 1:47.09 sec), (35-39 years): 1. R.P. Gayathri (TN, 1:36.76 sec), 2. Jacqueline Teresa Barnes (Har, 1:47.29 sec), 3. D.A. Elizabeth (Manipur, 1:50.98 sec), (40-44 years): 1. Aruna Venugopal (Kar, 1:27.09 sec), 2. Yamini Chowdhary (Del, 1:34.85 sec), 3. Raju Doshi (Tel, 1:35.60 sec), (40-49 years); 1. B.V. Gitanjali (Guj, 1:32.33 sec), 2. Preeti Mahto (MP, 1:35.47 sec), 3. P.M. Suseela (Ker, 1:38.14 sec), (50-54 years): 1. P.S. Sreekumari (Ker, 1:38.85 sec), 2. U. Nima (Kar, 1:41.37 sec), 3. Saroj Sarma (Del, 1:57.43 sec), (55-59 years): 1. Dipika (Guj, 1:53.65 sec), 2. Ujwala (Mah, 2:05.54 sec).

November 2, 2017

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