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Swimmers ready for National Games

Altogether 54 swimmers are prepared to represent Assam in the National Games in Kolakata slated for November 3 to 7. The entire team comprises 4 Under 19 girls, 8 Under 19 boys, 7 Under 17 girls, 13 Under 17 boys. These are apart from 13 Under 14 boys and 9 Under 14 girls.

 

 

Under 14 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Abhigyan Madhurja Dutta

Sibasagar

50 FS / 50 BR / 50 BF (100 FSR)

  1.  

Sarman Terang

Jorhat

50 FS / 100 FS / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Anudhan Hazarika

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 FS / 200 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Gyan Sandhan Kashyap

Jorhat

200 FS / 400 FS / 50 BF (4 x 100 FSR) (R)

  1.  

Jay Baruah

Kamrup

400 FS / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Manjim Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 BK

  1.  

Anamitra Phukan

Golaghat

50 BK

  1.  

Debanga Raj Dutta

Jorhat

100 BK / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Rishikesh Bora

Jorhat

200 BK / 200 IM

  1.  

Tridip Barman

Golaghat

50 BR

  1.  

Garick Wahangbam

Sonitur

200 BR

  1.  

Bikram Chmagmai

Jorhat

200 BF / 200 BF / 200 IM (4 x 100 FSR)

  1.  

Monjul Hussain

Sivasagar

100 BF

 

Under 14 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Sivangi Sarmah

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR

  1.  

Sayeda Antara Zaima

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 FS / 200 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishani Gogoi

Jorhat

100 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ishika Bhattacharjee

Kamrup

200 BK / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Kabyashree Oja

Sonitpur

100 BK / 200 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Reinita Gogoi

Kamrup

50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Monali Mishra

Jorhat

200 BR

  1.  

Subhalakhi Hazarika

Jorhat

50 BF / 400 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Ashmita Goswami

Jorhat

100 BF

 

Under 17 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Tanisnam Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Niharjyoti Laskar

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BR / 100 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Bigang Das

Jorhat

100 FS / 400 FS / 800 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Arkit Ray

Kamrup

100 FS / 50 BF

  1.  

Arurag Das

Kamrup

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Trivarg Arandhana

Kamrup

200 FS

  1.  

Saikh Nur Asadulla

Kamrup

400 FS

  1.  

Udipta R. Handique

Kamrup

800 FS / 50 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Mayukh Baruah

Jorhat

100 BK / 200 BK / 200 IM (100 RFS)

  1.  

Milantan S. Dutta

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR

  1.  

Hrishanta Basak

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF / 200 BF

  1.  

Amar Biswas

Kamrup

100 BF / 200 IM

  1.  

Kumar Aditya Narayan Dev

Kamrup

200 BF

Under 17 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Violina Das

Kamrup

50 FS / 50 BK / 100 BK

  1.  

Nilakhi Gogoi

Sivasagar

50 FS / 100 FS (100 RFS)

  1.  

Vhasati P. Dutta

Jorhat

100 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Darathi Tanti

Kamrup

50 BK / 100 BK / 200 BK

  1.  

Sreya Sampurna Saikia

Kamrup

50 BR / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Rajashree Borgohain

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Risha Das

Kamrup

50 BF

 

Under 19 (Boys)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Bhuban Talukdar

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BK (100 RFS)

  1.  

Victor Izak Bhardwaj

Sonitpur

50 FR / 100 FS

  1.  

Leonard Pator

Sonitpur

200 FS / 50 BF / 100 BF

  1.  

Diplabjyoti Baruah

Jorhat

50 BR / 100 BR / 200 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Max. Indu Phukan

Jorhat

200 FS / 200 BR (100 RFS) (R)

  1.  

Samarjit Gogoi

Sivasagar

100 BR

  1.  

Priyanshu Prabal Dutta

Kamrup

50 BF / 100 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Mohan Gogoi

Jorhat

200 IM (100 RFS)

 

Under 19 (Girls)

 

Sl. No.

Name of the Swimmer

District

Event

  1.  

Razia Begum

Kamrup

50 FS / 100 BK / 50 BR (100 RFS)

  1.  

Plabita Sarmah

Jorhat

50 FS / 50 BK / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Kabita Singh

Sonitpur

100 FS / 50 BF (100 RFS)

  1.  

Jyotsnali Baruah

Sivasagar

50 BR / 100 BR    (100 RFS)

  

OFFICIALS :        

1)      Shri Rajib Dey, IIT, Guwahati (Coach)

2)      Rinki Bhuyan (Coach -cum- Lady Manager)

3)      Deba Hazarika, Contingent Leader

4)      Deben Konwar, Manager

 

 

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