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Indian men's team enter finals of 4X200m freestyle relay

The Indian mens team entered the finals of the 4X200m freestyle relay on the third day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games, clocking 7 minutes 49.20 seconds to grab the eighth position in the preliminaries at the Dr SPM Aquatics Complex here today.


New Delhi, Oct 6 : The Indian men's team entered the finals of the 4X200m freestyle relay on the third day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games, clocking 7 minutes 49.20 seconds to grab the eighth position in the preliminaries at the Dr SPM Aquatics Complex here today.

The Indian team consisted of Rehan Poncha, Rohit Havaldar, Madar Divase and Aaron D'Souza.

"This is the first time we made it to the final and it is a good feeling. Though a medal is not a possibility, we will continue to do well. There is no pressure," said Rehan Poncha.

"We were really slow, but for India we will not leave the gold in the final. The level of competition is really tough but we will do good for sure in the final," added Aaron D'Souza.

ANI

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