Sajan Prakash, an Indian Swimmer, is best known to become the first Indian ever to clear the ‘A’ standard of international swimming, clocking 1:56.38 minutes in the 200m butterfly at the 2021 Sette Colli Trophy in Rome, and with this same time, he qualified for the 200 m butterfly event at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. In the 2015 National Games in Kerala, he competed in the butterfly, Men’s freestyle & relay events and set up a record on 8 February 2015 by winning 6 gold and 3 Silver medals and became one of the best athletes of the Indian National Games, held at Trivandrum, Kerala. He also represented the nation at the Olympics Games 2016 in the 200 m butterfly. He picked gold – his second in two weeks after coming agonizingly close to slashing ‘A’ at Belgrade, Serbia, last week of May 2021. As of June 2021, Sajan is the holder of 11 Indian national swimming records in events spanning freestyle, butterfly, medley, and relay categories. Currently, Sajan is training with the Aqua Nation Sports Academy(ANSA) based in Dubai.
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