Sajan Prakash turned the primary Indian swimmer ever to qualify for Olympics by attaining A qualification mark when he clocked 1 minute 56.38 seconds within the males’s 200 metres butterfly occasion on the Sette Colli Trophy in Rome on Saturday. His time is best than the Olympic A qualification mark of 1 minute 56.48 second. Six Indian swimmers had achieved the B qualification within the 2019-2020 Olympic qualification interval. B qualification is wild card entry whereas A qualification is computerized berth.
Whereas many Indian swimmers have competed on the Olympics earlier than, nobody certified straight by cracking the A qualification mark.
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