The athlete Sajan Prakash has created history as he has become the first-ever Indian Swimmer to get qualified for the Olympic Games through Breaching the ‘A’ beaching time. It’s a matter of great pride for India because such achievements the one who wins by the competition brings laurels to India at the international level. So now plenty of people wants to know more about him that where does he belong to and what achievements he has made before. So check his wiki-bio, age, achievement, Family, and career details.
So as per the sources, there are 12 emphatic things of Sajan Prakash which everyone should know, who will chase the swimming dreams at the Tokyo Olympic Games. On a Saturday he created the milestone and won the heart of uncounted people after securing the space in Olympic ‘A’ through his swimming skills. The thing becomes more meritorious because he qualified by himself, which is an inspiration for the youth. Those who have the courage to show something in the future, towards the country.
A 27-years-old athlete from Kerala has made the milestone after completing the 200 mitre Butterfly event under the 1:56:38 second at the Sette Colli Trophy in Rome Italy. According to the reports and sources, the qualifying timing was set at 1:56:48 seconds is also a fresh national record. So the Tokyo Olympics will be the second Olympic game of Prakash because he was part of Rio 2016 with the help of the universality quota, and it’s also a matter of great pride for his family.
According to the exclusive reports, there are 12 things you must know about Sajan Prakash. So he belongs to the Idukki, in Kerala but his upbringing took the place in Naveli and his mother called VJ Shantymol is also a former athlete. He started his career in Swimming when he was 11 years old, and his training began under the surveillance of Joy Joseph and Saji Sebastian. He has done his best in all training because he set his motto to qualify in the Olympics and his dream has come true.
The quite laudable organization called BCA always prefer as the cradle of Indian Swimming because it always produced overwhelming swimmers such as Shikha Tandon, Hakimuddin Habibulla, Nisha Milet, Rehaan Poncha, and Gagan AP Ulalmanth. Sajan Prakash has won six gold medals in 2015 as the best athlete and in 2018 he made the 200 mitre Butterfly final qualified on his name as well and after 32 years an Indian has done this. So we will wish him a bright future.