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Life Journey Of Indian Para Swimmer Satendra Singh

In the NSW Australian Open Para-Swimming Championship, Indian swimmers won four medals and performed brilliantly. In the championship of Divyang and General category played in Sydney from March 3 to 5, Para-Swimmer Satender Singh of Gwalior also played a key role in getting the gold medal in the country by playing a fine game. Vikram Award Satendra Singh achieved this golden break in 50-meter backstrokes. Apart from this, Ashray Dinesh and Swapnil Patil each one gold and Chetan Giridhar Raut won a silver medal for the country. The five-member Indian para-swimming team returned from Sydney on Monday night to Delhi. According to the information, Gold Medalist Satendra Singh will reach Shatabdi Express on Gwalior on Wednesday morning.

If intentions are strong, there is a genuine passion in the mind, then any impossible task can be made possible. The deceased swimmer Satender Singh Lohia of Mapra also did a few steps. On Thursday, he decided that the journey of 35 km in the sea of Mumbai was not stopped. It took 5 hours and 42 minutes. Now their goal is to cross the English Channel between South England and North France. For the exercise of which I have completed this task.

Contact Satendra Singh at +91 9713943108 or Email at satendrasingh799@gmail.com

2007 was the beginning of swimming

Gwalior resident Satendra started swimming in 2007 under the guidance of VK Dabas in LNIPE. He has participated in the 6 National Divyan National Championships. It has won 6 silver and 7 bronze medals. At the same time, two international championships have won 2 silver and one bronze medal. Satendra got the commercial tax department job in 2014 from MPR and he is currently in Indore.

In childhood, the reaction was done in the leg

Vikram Awardee Satendra Singh explains that he had been reacted due to the distribution of glucose bottles after birth. In which both of their legs were damaged. They cannot walk without any help. His father is a guard in a private bank. Apart from them, they have mother and three brothers in the house. Satendra is the eldest in the family.

Education

  • Satendra completed Master’s Degree in History along with Diploma in Computers and Tally.
  • He approached Shri P. Narahari, District Magistrate at Gwalior, who is dedicated at helping the disabled, to develop skills in computers and prepare for Competitive exams.
  • The Collector, Gwalior provided financial help to purchase a computer and assured further assistance.
  • He qualified the Clerical Assistant Grade -3 Exam and is currently posted at Zila Panchayat Office at Gwalior.
  • He received Vikram Award, the highest state-level sports awards in MP, for swimming from the Hon’ble Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan, M.P. on 23-12-2014.

Despite being vulnerable, Satendra has won 5 silver and 6 bronze medals at many National events organized by the National Paradisal Swimming Federation. At present, after getting the Satyendra Vikram Award in the post of LDC at the Physical College of Gwalior, he wants to get the fate for the government post as per his good qualification. He credits his success to his coach and family.

Contact Satendra Singh at +91 9713943108 or Email at satendrasingh799@gmail.com

Achievements in Swimming

Sl.No Year Name of Event, Place & Date Silver Bronze
 1 2009 X National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 09-12 October 2009, Kolkatta (West Bengal)  01
 2 2011 XI National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 09-12 December 2010 Kolhapur (Maharastra)  01  02
 3 2012 III Open Water National Paralympic Swimming Competition 17-06-2012 Allahabad (Uttar Pradesh) 01
 4 2012 XII National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 06-09 December 2012 Chennai (Tamilnadu)   01
 5 2013 XIII National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 10-12 November 2013 Bangalore (Karnataka)  01  01
 6 2014 XIV National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 06-09 November 2014 Indore (M.P.)  01
 7 2015 XV National Paralympic Swimming Competition, 27-29 November 2015 Belgaion (Karnatka)  03  01
 8 2014 All India Open Sea Swimming Competition 2014 as part of Navy Day Celebrations recognised by the swimming federation of  India – 26 Novmber 2015 mumbai – (Maharastr) 6 km Sea Swimming

“Vikram Awardee Para-Swimmer Satendra Singh Seeks Training and Financial Assistance to Compete in 2018 Asian Para Games”

 

Satendra looks forward to receiving financial support as well as certified eminent coaches to train him for the upcoming international events.

Contact Satendra Singh at +91 9713943108 or Email at satendrasingh799@gmail.com

 

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Sanuj Srivastava

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  • Hello sir I want to also play para swimming if u don’t mind can u join me for para swimming my events is 50m breaststoke Timming 00:42:34

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