The DHA National Swimming Championship was held at the DHA K Swimming pool phase 5, and it was a spectacular event that brought together some of the best swimmers from across the country. The championship was the 57th Men and 18 Women Open National Championship, and it saw the participation of 8 teams, comprising of national and departmental swimmers.
The competition was fierce, and the swimmers gave their all to win the championship. A total of 39 events were played, and the audience was treated to some fantastic performances by the swimmers. The championship was a great platform for the swimmers to showcase their skills and compete against some of the best in the country.
In the men’s category, Pakistan Army emerged as the champions, while WAPDA was the runners-up. The best swimmer in the men’s category was Muhammad Amaan Sadiqui from Pakistan Army, who put up a fantastic performance throughout the championship.
In the women’s category, WAPDA emerged as the champions, and the best swimmer was Jehanara Nabi from WAPDA. Jehanara Nabi also set a new national record in the 200-meter individual medley, which was a remarkable achievement.
The championship also saw the creation of two new national records. Miraal Haque from Sindh set a new national record in the 200-meter butterfly, and Jehanara Nabi set a new national record in the 200-meter individual medley. These records are a testament to the level of competition and the skills of the swimmers who participated in the championship.
The DHA National Swimming Championship was a great success, and it provided a fantastic platform for the swimmers to showcase their skills and compete against some of the best in the country. The championship was well-organized, and the audience was treated to some fantastic performances by the swimmers. Congratulations to all the participants, and we look forward to more such events in the future.
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