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As per the report by CDC (Centre for Disease Control and Prevention) COVID-19 does not spread through water. In fact, the report clearly states that chlorine water is one of the best disinfectants. We have explained the same to the CM and the health minister in our appeal,” he added.

According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries. From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.

“I am a swimmer, let me swim. I’m a swimmer, I am Covid negative,” were among the placards displayed by swimmers at the Karnataka Swimming Association office at the Sree Kanteerava stadium premises on Monday.

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The Aquatic complex at Velachery Road was built in 1995 at a cost of Rs.11.32 crore. 4000 spectators can watch aquatic events in this complex which consists of one International Standard 8-lane racing pool of 50m x 25m, one diving pool of 18m x 25m and one warm-up pool of 25m x 25m. Besides these facilities, one fitness centre and an indoor hall for gymnastics are also available. In addition to this, a multipurpose indoor stadium has been built in the premises at a cost of Rs. 1.50 crore.

AQUATIC COMPLEX

GST Applicable for all payments
SWIMMING POOL - MEMBERSHIP

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)

Individual

1
Monthly
3500
2
Quarterly
5000
3
Halfyearly
6250
4
Annual
10000
5
Family - Annual
20000
6
Senior Citizen for Annual (above 60 yrs)
5000
7
Daily Guest (per hour)
*100
8
Learn to Swim (12 days)
*2000
9
Department swimmers (per hour)
*100
10
Medalist (Time 6.00 - 8.00 a.m, 5.30-7.30 p.m)

1. International
Free

2. Champions Development scheme (CDS)
Free

3. National
1500

4. State
2000

5. District Level
2500
11
Uniform service

Annual
6000

Halfyearly
4000

Quarterly
3000

Monthly
1500
12
Guest (Per Day / Per Hour)
100

Note:

· The Medical Certificate and Other details should be submitted to the Stadium Officer.
· Family includes husband and wife plus their two children below the age of 18 years.
· Proof of ration card and Aadhar card may be submitted

AQUATIC COMPLEX

SWIMMING POOL - TARIFF FOR COMPETITION ( PER DAY)

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)
1
Sports Association
10000
2
Private School / College
12500
3
Public Sector
15000
4
Private Sector
18750
5
Govt Department (Police / Army )
6250

AQUATIC COMPLEX - OTHER FACILITIES

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)
1
Electronic Score Board
(Per day)
1000
2
PA System (Per day)
2000
3
Shop/Stall (Per Stall / Per day)
650
4
Room Rent - Non A/C
(Per day)
750
5
VIP Room Rent A/c
(Per day)
5000
6
Media Hall (A/c) (Per day)
2500
7
Dining Hall (Non A/c)
(Per day)
2000
8
Unfurnished Accommodation
(Per day / Per head)
65

AQUATIC COMPLEX - FITNESS CENTRE

MEMBERSHIP

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)

Individual

1
Monthly
1000
2
Quarterly
2500
3
Half Yearly
5000
4
Annual
7500

INDOOR BADMINTON HALL

TARIFF FOR COMPETITIONS

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)

With Flood Light
1
Sports Association
*6500
2
Private School / College
*6500
3
Public Sector
*6500
4
Police /Army/Govt.Dept
*4000
5
Private Sector
*10000

Note: For SDAT Academy, the timings will be 4.00 P.M – 6.00 P.M.

AQUATIC- INDOOR BADMINTON HALL

TARIFF FOR MEMBERSHIP

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)
1
Individual (Per Head/Per Hour/ Per Month)
1500

Student (Per Head/Per Hour/ Per Month)
750

Trainees if SDAT Coaches (Per Head/Per Hour/ Per Month)

1000

Note: For SDAT Academy, the timings will be 4.00 P.M - 6.00 P.M.

AQUATIC COMPLEX - HALL OF GYMNASTICS

Tariff for Competition

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)
1
Sports Association (Per day)
6500
2
Private School / College (Per day)
6500
3
Public Sector (Per day)
6500
4
Police / Army / Govt. Dept
(Per day)
4000
5
Private Sector (Per day)
10000

AQUATIC COMPLEX - HALL OF GYMNASTICS

MEMBERSHIP TARIFF

S. No.
Type of User
Tariff approved in EC dt.04.05.2017
(Rs.)
1
Individual (Students)
(Per Hour)

Monthly
500
Quarterly
1000
Half Yearly
1900
Annual
3200
Individual (Non students) - Monthly
1000
2
Medallist

International Medallist
Free
National Medallist (Organized by Gymnastic Federation of India
3000
State Medalist (Organized by Tamil Nadu Gymnastics Association)
4000

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Paralympic Swimming Association of Tamilnadu is at SDAT Aquatic Complex, Velachery, Chennai.
26 June 2015 at 18:43 ·
Ripples 2015
3rd State Level Paralympic Swimming Championship.
Date 24-25 July 2015.
Visit http://psatn.blogspot.in to register.

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Today we met Tamilnadu Social Welfare Minister Ms Valarmathi and submitted to her our representation for providing equal opportunities and equal incentives to Paralympians along with Olympians in Tamilnadu… More

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3rd State Level Paralympic Swimming Championship
Our Paralympic Swimming Association of Tamilnadu decided to organize 3rd State Level Paralympic Swimming Championship on 24th and 25th Jul.’15 at SDAT Aquatic… More

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Niraj Singh Dasoni‎Paralympic Swimming Association of Tamilnadu28 January 2015 at 12:25 · Colva ·
The biggest Swimming Event of Mumbai is Back with all new destination and with a bigger event ………..
We are Back with a National Event…
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Flier in Hindi on our proposed Wheelchair basketball workshops in Dec.14.
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Today Rtd DGP Mr S P Mathur and Mr Shankar from Cognizant addressed our swimmers. Tomorrow they are leaving for Indore for the National event.
All the very best to them!
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Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu2 November 2014 at 20:57 ·
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I am glad to inform you all that we formed Wheelchair Basketball Federation of India to promote this sport in our country. Seeking your kind blessings and best wishes for our Federation.
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Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu2 November 2014 at 20:57 ·
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I am glad to inform you all that we formed Wheelchair Basketball Federation of India to promote this sport in our country. Seeking your kind blessings and best wishes for our Federation.
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Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu1 November 2014 at 08:34 ·
Today Mr Ramakrishnan, founder of AmaraSeva Sangam visited our swimming coaching camp. Our swimmers are fortunate enough to meet such a great person.
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Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu30 October 2014 at 21:09 ·
Today Mr Swaminathan, Rtd CSR Head of Tata Group visited our paralympic swimming coaching camp and interacted with our swimmers.
Thank you very much Sir for sparing your precious time for us.
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Tamil Nadu State Paralympic Swimming Team Coaching Camp Chennai Aquatic Complex Velacherry
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Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu26 October 2014 at 17:59 ·
Col Gill from OTA gave a lecture today to our swimmers on fitness, nutrition and motivation. It’s very helpful for us. He brought his friend who is a solo big bike rider in India. Very inspiring to meet her. Very grateful to them for sparing their precious time for us.
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26 October 2014 at 18:06 ·

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu26 October 2014 at 17:59 ·
Col Gill from OTA gave a lecture today to our swimmers on fitness, nutrition and motivation. It’s very helpful for us. He brought his friend who is a solo big bike rider in India. Very inspiring to meet her. Very grateful to them for sparing their precious time for us.
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Our paralympic swimming coaching camp has been started from yesterday. Today Dr Prakash, Executive Director and Mr Ravindran, GM of Star Health Ins and Mr Amar, SVP and Ms Janine, AVP of R R Donnelley motivated our swimmers thru their inspiring speeches. I am very much thankful to them for accepting my invitation.
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18 October 2014 at 18:58 ·
We are very proud of her… Wishing her all the best to all her endeavours.

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu
18 October 2014 at 18:18 ·
Hi All,
I am glad to inform you that 14th National Paralympic Swimming Championship is going to be held from 6th Nov to 9th Nov at Indore, Madhya Pradesh.
For our TN swimmers who are selected for the national event, we are arranging coaching camp from 24th Oct to 4th Nov at SDAT Aquatic Complex, velachery road, Chennai.
Seeking your kind blessings and best wishes for our swimmers.
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Determination,Dedication, Belief….Ms .Madhavi Latha ,National Paralympic Swimming Champion. .Gold Medalist in the 1st State Level Paralympic Swimming Championship – India 2013.
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Today’s practice session at J N Indoor Stadium. Players r showing lot of interest. They r coming from other districts Like Dindigul, Coimbatore, pudhukkottai, Tiruvannamalai etc. It shows their love for this game. Hope in future all the districts will also have accessible courts and sports wheelchairs.
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Please know that there are much better things in life than being lonely or liked or bitter or mean or self conscious. We are all full of shit. Go love someone just because, I know your heart may be badly bruised, or even the victim of numerous knifings but it will always heal even if you don’t want it to, it keeps going. There are the most fantastic, beautiful things and people out there, I promise. It’s up to you to find them.
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Special Guest Mr Bharat Joshi British Deputy High Commissioner Chennai India- Held on 26th July 2014
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30 July 2014 at 14:57 ·
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Exhibiting sporting spirit on wheels - The New Indian Express
CHENNAI: Yes we Too Can (YWTC), Chennai, a charitable trust, in partnership with Choice International, a UK-based development organisation, organised a wheelchair basketball development workshop at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium on Saturday. .
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30 July 2014 at 13:45 ·
“Chennai is looking to break this painful vacuum in disability sports through boccia, paralympic swimming and wheelchair basketball.”
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28 July 2014 at 12:04 ·

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu27 July 2014 at 19:43 ·
Today is the last day of our coaching camp. See the bright and smiley faces of those cute girls. 1st day they had many fears and doubts abt their participation in sports. Now only happies and hope for bright future.
Hope God will give us more strength to bring happiness into more lives.
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28 July 2014 at 12:03 ·

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu27 July 2014 at 14:57 ·
With our beloved coach Mark Walker
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28 July 2014 at 12:03 ·

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu27 July 2014 at 14:55 ·
Today is the last day of our camp. We presented boccia set to Amar Seva Sangam. They sent 15 participants to our camp. We wish them all the very best!
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28 July 2014 at 12:03 ·

Madhavi Latha Prathigudupu27 July 2014 at 13:38 ·
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25 July 2014 at 19:13 ·
Official invitation of the exhibition match of wheelchair basketball.
Be there to witness, miracles in your own eyes. :)

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17 July 2014 at 11:57 ·
SAT, 19 JUL 2014
Ripples 2014
SDAT Aquatic Complex, Velachery, Chennai
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17 July 2014 at 11:49 ·
Ripples 2014, 2nd State Level Paralympics Swimming Championship.
All are welcome.

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Neelakanta Rao Jagdale, the architect of Karnataka’s swimming legacy, no more | Off the field News - Times of India

Neelakanta Rao Jagdale, the architect of Karnataka’s swimming legacy, no more | Off the field News - Times of India
Off the field News: Jagdale, whose stint as the Karnataka Swimming Association president ended in 2017, passed away in the city in the wee hours on Thursday following a p

Jagdale, whose stint as the Karnataka Swimming Association president ended in 2017, passed away in the city in the wee hours on Thursday following a prolonged illness. He was 66. Jagdale’s reign as an administrator began in the 1980s. He was drawn to swimming at a time when the sport in Karnataka desperately needed leaders. His two children Rakshith and Geeta were talented swimmers and what started as parental encouragement, turned in-to a passion to see the sport reach great heights.

His hopes were to create Swimming pools in entire Karnataka State for people to practice Mindful Swimming and spread it throughout the world. KAS will continue with his legacy.

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KSA meets CM, wants pools to be opened for competitive training
The pools were the last of the lot to be open for training and when it comes to nationals, both senior and age-group nothing was possible.

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KSA meets CM, wants pools to be opened for competitive training
The pools were the last of the lot to be open for training and when it comes to nationals, both senior and age-group nothing was possible.

A file picture of kids swimming before pools were ordered shut

By Ashim SunamExpress News Service
BENGALURU: Most of India’s elite swimmers, who were training in Bengaluru for an international meet, have not had access to the pool for the last three days after the Karnataka government ordered all pools to be shut due to a rise in Covid-19 cases. The closure of the pools has hampered the preparation of athletes like Srihari Nataraj who is yet to compete internationally since lockdown last March.

However, there could be some relief for the swimmers after the Karnataka Swimming Association president Gopal Hosur and secretary Satish Kumar met chief minister BS Yeddiyurappa and health minister K Sudhakar on Monday. KSA are expecting an official order on Tuesday and remain hopeful of a positive outcome.

“We met the state CM and health minister. I told them that there are Olympic swimmers training here and closing of pools affects the sportsmen. If they miss coaching for a single day also, their programs get upset too,” said Hosur. “There is no need to permit swimming for fun, but they should at least permit the competitive swimmers. The KSA will ensure that all the SOPs are followed by everyone concerned. Even states like Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, which also have cases on rise, have not shut down pools.”

The Swimming Federation of India is keeping a close tab on the situation and secretary Monal Chokshi has been in touch with the KSA officials, who have assured them that at least elite swimmers will be given permission to train.

“I spoke to the KSA president Hosur, and they have been given assurance that the competitive training will be permitted. If nothing else, at least for this group of swimmers in Bengaluru, who will travel internationally, their training will not be interrupted. If some relaxation or some sp ecific order can be secured, well and good for everyone,” said Choksi.

Around 300-400 swimmers, coaches and members of different clubs along with owners of pools also gathered at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium to appeal to the government to reopen pools as well. This has been a horrendous year for swimmers in terms of training and competitions. The pools were the last of the lot to be open for training and when it comes to nationals, both senior and age-group nothing was possible.

With pools shut, top swimmers preparing for international meet left high and dry

With pools shut, top swimmers preparing for international meet left high and dry
The KSA is expecting an official order on Tuesday and remains hopeful of a positive outcome.

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With pools shut, top swimmers preparing for international meet left high and dry
By Ashim Sunam| Express News Service | Published: 06th April 2021 05:51 AM

BENGALURU: Most of India’s elite swimmers, who were training in Bengaluru for an international meet, have not had access to the pool for the last three days after the Karnataka Government ordered all pools to be shut due to a rise in Covid-19 cases. The closure of the pools has hampered the preparation of athletes like Srihari Nataraj, who is yet to compete internationally since the lockdown last March.

However, there could be some relief for the swimmers after the Karnataka Swimming Association (KSA) president Gopal Hosur and secretary Satish Kumar met Chief Minister B S Yeddiyurappa and Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar on Monday. The KSA is expecting an official order on Tuesday and remains hopeful of a positive outcome.

The Swimming Federation of India is keeping a close tab on the situation and secretary Monal Chokshi has been in touch with the KSA officials, who have assured them that at least elite swimmers will be given permission to train.

“I spoke to the Karnataka Swimming Association president Gopal Hosur, and they have been given an assurance that the competitive training will be permitted. If nothing else, training should not be interrupted for at least this group of swimmers in Bengaluru, who will travel internationally. If some relaxation or some specific order can be secured, it will be good for everyone,” said Choksi.

Swimmers appeal to govt

Around 300-400 swimmers, coaches and members of different clubs, along with owners of various pools also gathered at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Monday and appealed to the government to reopen the pools as well. They were also addressed by the KSA officials. Interestingly, swimming was one of the last sports to open up after the lockdown, around October last year. Other sports had resumed by June.

“I do not know why they close pools. In fact, in the last four to five months, there has not been a single case of swimmers having contracted Covid after pools opened,” Hosur claimed.

Karnataka swimming fraternity requests state government to reopen pools
The Karnataka swimming fraternity has appealed to the state government to reopen pools to give the swimmers enough practice time ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.

The Karnataka government on April 2 issued an order to shut down swimming pools across the state till April 20 in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases. (Representational image)
The Karnataka government on April 2 issued an order to shut down swimming pools across the state till April 20 in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases. (Representational image)

The swimming fraternity in Karnataka has appealed to the state government to reopen pools to give the swimmers enough practice time ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, which is little more than three months away.

Over 600 coaches, members from affiliated clubs, parents and swimmers assembled at Shri Kanteerava Stadium on Monday to appeal to the Karnataka government.

A team from Karnataka Swimming Association (KSA) led by its president Gopal Hosur met with Chief Minister BS Yeddiyurappa and put forth their plea.

“This morning we had a fruitful meeting with the Chief Minister of Karnataka Shri BS Yediyurappa and we also met with Medical Education and Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar and appealed to them to reopen the swimming pools,” Hosur said in a statement.

“We have also requested the Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar to consider our plea and allow competitive swimmers to train as a 20-day shut down will be a major setback for them in an Olympic year.

“With the new order to keep the pools closed, over 1000 competitive swimmers in the state will be put out of practice. We expect some relief from the government by Tuesday, 6th April,” he added.

The Karnataka government on April 2 issued an order to shut down swimming pools across the state till April 20 in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases.

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“Over 10,000 families depend on swimming pools for their living. Karnataka swimming has dominated in the last 30 years and we have produced many Olympians from here.

“But unfortunately, due to the shutting down of swimming pools, not just the careers of these bright young swimmers are at stake but also careers of thousands of coaches and pool maintenance staff is also at stake.

“They depend on swimming for their livelihood and our sport was beginning to see some semblance in the past few months, but Karnataka’s recent order will affect many lives,” said KSA secretary Satish M Kumar. The KSA also emphasised that swimming is one of the safest sports to pursue as COVID-19 virus does not spread through water, particularly chlorinated water.

“As per the report by CDC (Centre for Disease Control and Prevention) COVID-19 does not spread through water. In fact, the report clearly states that chlorine water is one of the best disinfectants. We have explained the same to the CM and the health minister in our appeal,” he added.

According to the University of Singapore survey/review based on 131 countries. From June 18, world will be 100% free and happy from December 8th. Their predictions about Italy and Spain fit exactly.

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By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020 RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever […]

Maker of COVID Tests Says Pandemic is Biggest Hoax Ever Perpetrated

By G. Edward Griffin | 21 November 2020

RED PILL UNIVERSITY — Top pathologist Dr. Roger Hodkinson told Canadian government officials in Alberta during a phone conference that the coronavirus pandemic is “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on an unsuspecting public.” Hodkinson, who is the CEO of a biotech company that makes COVID tests, says “There is utterly unfounded public hysteria driven by the media and politicians.” We are seeing “politics playing medicine, and that’s a very dangerous game.”

Positive test results do not mean a clinical infection, he says. All testing should stop because the false numbers they produce are “driving public hysteria.” Hodkinson says the risk of death for people under the age of 65 is “one in three-hundred thousand” and it is “outrageous” to shut down society for what is merely “just another bad flu.” […]

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Swimmers may train in Delhi: Swimming Federation of India | More sports News - Times of India

Swimmers may train in Delhi: Swimming Federation of India | More sports News - Times of India
More sports News: With the Karnataka government yet to formally approve the reopening of swimming pools after they were asked to remain closed from April 3-20, the Uzbe

Swimmers may train in Delhi: Swimming Federation of India

BENGALURU: With the Karnataka government yet to formally approve the reopening of swimming pools after they were asked to remain closed from April 3-20, the Uzbekistan-bound Indian swimmers training in the city are likely to move to New Delhi for training. An Indian contingent is set to take part in the Uzbekistan Open championship in Tashkent from April 12. The six-day event is an Olympic qualifying competition and 10 of the participating swimmers are based in the city.
“The state government has assured the Karnataka Swimming Association officials that they will be given permission to re-open pools. If that does not materialise in the next couple of days, the plan is for the swimmers to train in New Delhi before flying out,” said Monal Chokshi, secretary-general, Swimming Federation of India (SFI).

The swimmers have already lost three days of prime training period. Their regimen has been restricted to dryland training and the gymnasium after it was allowed to be reopened on Sunday.

Elaborating on the options ahead of them, seasoned coach Nihar Ameen, who is travelling with the contingent, said, “We are scheduled to depart from New Delhi on April 9. If the pools don’t reopen on Tuesday, then we may look at a few sessions in Delhi before leaving. We are waiting for a go-ahead from SFI.”

One drawback of training at the SP Mukherjee swimming complex in New Delhi is that it is an indoor pool and most swimmers have been training outdoors. KSA OFFICIALS MEET CM, HEALTH MINISTER

“I am a swimmer, let me swim. I’m a swimmer, I am Covid negative,” were among the placards displayed by swimmers at the Karnataka Swimming Association office at the Sree Kanteerava stadium premises on Monday.

Led by association president Gopal Hosur, about 600 swimmers, past champions, coaches, parents and the KSA office bearers came together to appeal to the government to revoke the order on closing of pools.

Earlier, Hosur and KSA secretary M Satish Kumar were among the association officials who met Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa and health minister K Sudhakar and submitted their appeal. They also assured the government that all protocols would be followed.

“We met chief minister BS Yediyurappa and Dr K Sudhakar, medical education and health minister, with an appeal to reopen swimming pools. We have also requested chief secretary P Ravi Kumar to consider our plea and allow competitive swimmers to train. The shutdown can be a major setback especially in the Olympic year. We expect some relief from the government by Tuesday,” said an optimistic Hosur.

Apart from competitive swimmers, the KSA has also expressed concern about the livelihood of various stakeholders including pool owners and coaches.

Closure of swimming pools: Association seeks review of Government decision

Mysore/Mysuru: The State Government’s decision to shut down swimming pools as a prevention measure to control the spread of pandemic has not gone well with swimming pool owners and swimmers in Mysuru, who have sought the Government to review its decision.

Addressing a press meet at Patrakartara Bhavan yesterday morning, Karnataka Swimming Association (KSA) Executive Committee Member S. Sundaresh urged the Government to allow them to re-open swimming pools at the earliest.

“There are over 1,500 professional and public swimming pools across the State. The majority of public swimming pools in Karnataka are closed as per the latest guidelines issued by the State Government. We have been following all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) laid down by State administration and the Centre for Diseases Control and Prevention and National Institute for Health have confirmed that COVID-19 cannot spread in properly chlorinated swimming pool water,” he said.

Pointing out that over 350 swimmers had recently participated in the swimming contests organised by KSA and have won many medals, Sundaresh said that not a single swimmer has tested positive for COVID-19.

“In fact, practicing swimming every day would keep everyone healthy and fit. But now the Government’s decision to abruptly close all the swimming pools has brought the life of every swimming pool employee’s life at stake. Hence, we urge the Government to review its decision and allow to us to function normally as early as possible,” he said.

Sundaresh said that former IPS Officer and Association President Gopal B. Hosur and Secretary M. Satish Kumar met Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa at his residence in Bengaluru at 10.30 am yesterday and submitted a memorandum and apprised him the situation the employees of swimming pools were facing due to non functioning of swimming pools. Also, the delegation met Health Minister Dr. Sudhakar and submitted a memorandum, he said and added that the CM and the Health Minister assured of looking into the matter.

To show unity among swimmers, swimming coaches and swimming pool employees of all KSA affiliated units across the State, a memorandum was submitted to the officials concerned at 10.30 am yesterday, Sundaresh said.

Former University of Mysore (UoM) Swimming Coach and KSA Joint Secretary M.D. Nabhiraj, retired UoM Swimming Coach T. Puttaswamy, Global Sports Association President S. Shivakumar and Group 3 (below 12 years) Gold medallist S. Tanya were present at the press meet.

Karnataka Swimming Association to provide three-month financial relief package worth Rs 15 lakh to coaches, pool staff-Sports News , Firstpost

Karnataka Swimming Association to provide three-month financial relief package worth Rs 15 lakh to coaches, pool staff-Sports News , Firstpost
Calling it a first-of-a-kind initiative by a state governing body for swimming in India, the Karnataka Swimming Association said in a statement that it will provide the monetary assistance through its fundraiser KSA Cares.

Karnataka Swimming Association to provide three-month financial relief package worth Rs 15 lakh to coaches, pool staff
Calling it a first-of-a-kind initiative by a state governing body for swimming in India, the Karnataka Swimming Association said in a statement that it will provide the monetary assistance through its fundraiser ‘KSA Cares.’

Bengaluru: The Karnataka Swimming Association has announced that it will provide a three-month financial relief package worth Rs 15 lakh to coaches and pool staff in the state in dire need of monetary support after swimming pools remain shut into its sixth month due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Calling it a first-of-a-kind initiative by a state governing body for swimming in India, the KSA said in a statement that it will provide the monetary assistance through its fundraiser ‘KSA Cares.’

The Association said in August, it had dispersed Rs 5.50 lakh financial aid to 250 coaches and pool staff across Karnataka.

“A sum of Rs 10,000, Rs 5,000, Rs 3,000 and Rs 1,500 each per month was contributed to an individual based on his or her designation, performance and take-home salary at the time of lockdown,” the statement read.

Apart from this, the State Association also distributed dry ration worth Rs 3,000 each to coaches and pool staff from affiliated centres which are registered with the Karnataka Swimming Association.

This relief package will be extended till October.
With the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) directive to keep the Swimming Pools shut into its sixth consecutive month, coaches and pool staff have been the hardest hit in the swimming community.

We took up the onus of supporting them through a substantial three-month financial aid starting August,” stated KSA President Gopal Hosur, retired IPS officer.

Hosur said the KSA has deposited the second round of financial aid on September 14 to the coaches and pool staff’s accounts.

“Apart from KSA’s own funds, we also received overwhelming support from Infosys Foundation who contributed 400 bags of food items, Premanjali Foundation contributed 300 bags and Kirloskar Systems contributed Rs 3 lakh towards the cause,” Hosur added.

Coaches and pool staff from various districts including Mangaluru, Belgaum, Mandya, Davengere, Karwar, Udupi, Shimoga, among others, have benefited from this
initiative.

The selection process involved individuals applying for the financial aid through Google Doc shared by KSA with affiliated centres across the state.

According to KSA secretary general, Satish Kumar, about 270 people had applied for the financial aid of which only those registered with the Association were selected.

The KSA also extended support to those who frequently volunteered to support KSA during events and competitions, the statement said.

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