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

A.P. Gagan won his second gold for Karnataka (he had won the 100m Freestyle event on Day 1), when he clinched the 200m Freestyle gold in the 25-29 years category on the concluding day of 14th National Masters Swimming Championship organised by Karnataka Swimming Association yesterday.

IMPORTANT Results  (winners only)

Men: 200m Freestyle: 25-29 years: A.P. Gagan (KAR, 2:17.23s), 30-34 years: Srinand Srinivas (KAR, 2:19.47s), 35-39 years: Bhupinder Singh Saran (Kar, 2:55.56s), 40-44 years: T.A. Sunith Kumar (Del, 2:25.03s), 45-49 years: Praveen Rana (Del, 2:31.64s), 50-54years: Ajit Sangwan (Odisha, 2:32.06s), 60-64 years: Jagadish Singh Dikhit (MP, 2:15.38s), 65-69 years: Jage Ram (Del, 3:32.39s), 75-79 years: Dr. Ram Kanwar Sanghwan (Har, 4:30.13s), 80-84 years: Mai Chand (Del, 5:57.57s).

Women: 200m Freestyle: 25-29 years: V. Tejaswini (Kar, 2:46.41s), 30-34 years: Dipali Patel (Guj, 3:14.73s), 35-39 years: Arti Daga (Mah, 3:25.37s), 40-44 years: Aruna Venugopal (Kar, 3:16.17s), 45-49 years: Rima sen (Del, 3:26.33s), 50-54 years: Dr. P.S. Sreekumari (Ker, 3:41.79s), 55-59 years: Edra Sharma (Del, 3:44.69s), 60-64 years: R.C.D. Ratan Mani (Del, 5:31.30s), 65-69 years: P.V. Mani Meghalai (TN-6:35.40s), 70-74 years: Bakulaben Ramanlal Patel (Guj, 5:37.81s).

November 4, 2017

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