Srihari Natraj and Maana Patel
Universality allows one male and one female competitor from a country to participate in the Olympics.
Via universality placed system, Srihari Nataraj, Maana patel are selected to compete in the Olympics in Tokyo Olympics. Universality, which allows universities to select two highest ranked swimmers to showcase their skills.
Srihari Nataraj, Maana patel are indian swimmers selected, and they are the highest ranked Indian swimmers in their respective genders. Srihari with 863 points, Maana patel with 735 points.
However, Maana Patel participation is confirmed, as no other female competitor achieved 'B' cut. There is a chance that Srihari Nataraj will miss out on the Olympics.
Six male swimmers including Nataraj have achieved the ' B' cut. They are trying to achieve an 'A' cut this week. June 27 is the last date to achieve qualification. If one of them in six met the 'A', he will be in the Olympics.
Monal chokshi, SFI secretary general added that, present Maana Patel and srihari Nataraj are the highest ranked with respective genders, they are with high FINA points, so they have selected for the' universality place'.
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