Team R.S.P.B. Remains Topmost on Day 4 Too at the 70th Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championships - 2016, Ranchi

Team RSPB remains topmost on the medal table from the first day of the 70th Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championships - 2016, Ranchi.

A Brief of Day 4:

  1. The swimming prelims kept the morning session going for the swimmers.
  2. Today's exclusive interview was with Mr. Mayur Vyas, a pioneer of Diving in India, who had been a judge in FINA International Championships and Rio Olympics 2016.
    • Upon being asked the state of diving in India, Vyas said, "we are beginning to improve for the international standards, an international gold in synchronsed diving is a great beginning to be in the international stream soon."
    • About his experience of having been a judge in Rio Olympics 2016, he added, "it was a proud moment that cannot be put in words."
  3. The non-stop 9 final swimming events comprised the evening session. Results & Startlists
  4. Water polo events took place alongside the swimming events at the venue. Water Polo Results
  5. The events concluded with two relay events, with a new national record set by Team RSPB in the last event of the day. Relay Results
  6. Saloni Dalal from Karnataka created a New National Record and gives the Indian Best Performance.
  7. RSPB and Maharashtra retain their first two positions on the medal table.
  8. Karnataka beats Gujarat and grabs the third position on the medal table, with a leading 26 total number of medals. Medal Table

Records: 2 New national records set on Day 4 of 70th Glenmark Senior National Aquatic Championships - 2016, Ranchi Records

Name State Event Timing
Saloni Dalal Karnataka 200m Breaststroke, Women 02:44.37
Team RSPB RSPB 4 x 200m Freestyle, Men 02:05.46

Medals: The Medal Table on Day 4:

State Gold Silver Bronze Total
RSPB 14 4 3 21
Maharashtra 6 8 3 17
Karnataka 4 10 12 26

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