Vaania Kapoor Achuthan
Vaania Kapoor Achuthan is an Indian contemporary swimmer. At the age of 9 years Vaania was selected to represent the Karnataka state swimming team. Vaania Kapoor Achuthan has achieved many swimming records and has won many medals at both the nationals and state competitions.
Nafisa Ali is a Bengali actress and social activist from India. In her early life, she was a national level swimmer and she bagged many prestigious titles during her sports career.
Bula Choudhury hailing from West Bengal is an Arjuna awardee, Padma shri awardee, former India national women's swimming champion. She was elected as current MLA in May 2016 in West Bengal.
Nisha Millet is a swimmer from Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. Nisha Millet, the Arjuna Award winner, was the only woman in the 2000 Sydney Olympics swim team for India.
Shivani Kataria was born on September 27 in the year 1997. She is hailing from Haryana. She is an Indian swimmer. She competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the women's 200 meters freestyle event. Her time of 2:09.30 in the heats did not qualify her for the semifinals. She holds most of the Indian national records. She has also represented India at South Asian Aquatic Games held in Colombo 2016. She was India's first female Olympic swimmer since the 2004 Summer Olympics. The Swimming Federation of India (SFI) selected Shivani Kataria as Indias wild card entry for the Rio Olympics after no Indian swimmer was able to qualify through the qualifiers.
Dolly Nazir is an Indian former swimmer. She competed in two events at the 1952 Summer Olympics.
Kanchanmala D Pande
Kanchanmala D Pande is a blind international female swimmer. She has won several medals at international, national and state level since she was a child. She has competed successfully with sighted swimmers at all levels.
Rupali Ramdas Repale
Rupali Ramdas Repale was born on 3rd February in the year 1982 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. She is an Indian open water long distance swimmer and triathlete. She swam the English Channel in the solo swim category on 15th August 1994 in a time span of 16 hours and 7 minutes making her the youngest successful swimmer (12 years old) to cross the English Channel for the year 1994.
Arati Saha was a long distance swimmer of British era. She was the first swimmer of India. She was born in Kolkata, West Bengal, when British Government in India ruled. Arati Saha was initiated in swimming at the early age of four, and her talent was spotted by Sachin Nag.
Bhakti Sharma is an Indian Open water swimmer.
Poorva Kiran Shetye
Poorva Kiran Shetye is an Indian International Swimmer, who is specialized in 50 m, 100 m and 200 m breaststroke. Poorva Kiran Shetye still holds the National Record at the National Games for 50 m Breast Stroke.
Anita Sood is a former national woman-swimming champion of India. She became the fastest Asian swimmer to cross the English Channel. She was awarded Arjuna Award for her achievements. She currently has two children. She lives in the United States, in Los Angeles, California.
Shikha Tandon is a champion swimmer from Bangalore, India. Shikha Tandon has won 146 national medals, and 36 medals in international competitions, including five gold medals. Currently, she is a member of USADAs science team, who assists in the daily operation, development and maintenance of the resources, reporting, and projects critical to USADAs scientific initiatives.
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