Olympia: Indian rowers, seaman Vishnu Saravanan trains in Tokyo | Tokyo Olympics news
The country’s sailor, Vishnu Saravanan, also trained with some of the world’s best in his sport on Sunday.
Saravanan will represent India in the men’s laser class and came here two days ago with his three teammates Nethra Kumanan, KC Ganapathy and Varun Thakker (45s).
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“Check out the beautiful moments of the # VishnuSaravanan Indian training session in # Tokyo2020. Vishnu trains with the world’s best sailors and is optimistic about the result, ”tweeted the Indian Sports Authority (SAI) and shared a few snapshots of The Sailors.
In rowing, Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh, who will compete in the men’s lightweight double sculls, arrived in the Japanese capital on Saturday morning and set up their boat.
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On Sunday they had two training sessions to get a feel for the place after playing the Olympic qualification here a few months ago.
The men’s lightweight double pair is the only competitor for India in the Tokyo Olympics. Another Indian had also met the requirements in the single-seater, but did not make it to the games under the new rules, which only allow one quota per country.