Nautilus Swimming Club And ZOGGS To Host Swim Meet In Muscat

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There are zonal/cluster meets within India and overseas. The Oman cluster falls in the Gulf zone. In all, 19 Indian schools are included in the Oman cluster with 13 participating this year including the Indian schools Ghubra, Muscat, Seeb, Ma’abela, Darsait, Wadi Kabir, Salalah, Sur and Sohar amongst others.

One of the most popular sports within the cluster is swimming. Winners of intra-school competitions get the honour of representing their respective schools in the Oman clusters. Gold medallists at the clusters secure places in the national finals amongst the best swimmers of the nation.

This year, swimmers from Nautilus Swimming Club representing various schools emerged victorious in most of the races. All Nautilus swimmers won their respective school meets and were representing their schools in final races at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex in Bausher.

Nautilus Swimming Club started its operations last September in partnership with Knowledge Gate International School located in South Al Hail. As per Samar Bose, a parent, in one year, the club has shown excellent results due to the professionalism of the Olympic coaching team. Bose said, “I know all the swimmers who participated, but the performance by Nautilus was remarkable. Club swimmers, especially Suraaj and Pooja, did all strokes amazingly well.” K S Pooja and K S Suraaj of Nautilus Swimming Club have been selected for CBSE Swimming National Championships 2016.

Pooja finished first in all her events, which included 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 50m breaststroke, 50m butterfly and 200m individual medley (IM), while Suraaj finished first in all his events: 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, 50m breaststroke, 100m breaststroke and 50m butterfly. Bose added, “I hope they will be get podium finishes in the CBSE National meet, which will be held in India from November 15-19. I can also say that other clubs mainly develop only two strokes, but in Nautilus, coaches are developing all strokes. That is great for all swimmers.”

Oindrilla Sanyal, student of Indian School Muscat, was one such swimmer who knew just two strokes before joining Nautilus; however, now she has qualified in all four individual events for CBSE Swimming Nationals, 2016, (under 14). Oindrilla won gold medals in 50m back, 100m back, 200m free and 200m IM in the Clusters meet and will represent all Indian schools of Oman in these events in the Nationals in India.

Shipra Shetty gave an excellent performance in all her events by winning a gold in 50m breaststroke and silver in 200m IM and 50m backstroke. Vaishnavi Gujjar,also selected for CBSE Swimming National Championships 2016, won five gold medals at the inter-school Clusters competition in 50m freestyle, 50m butterfly, 100m freestyle, 4x100 relay and 4x100 medley.

She joined Nautilus about a year ago. Under the expert guidance of the coaching team, she has developed her abilities to the extent that she is currently dominating the competition in her age group.

Overall, Nautilus swimmers exceeded all expectations.

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Nautilus swimmers exceed expectations in CBSE cluster swimming 2016