SWI Athletes

Prabhat Koli

A long distance, open water swimmer Prabhat Koli is a unique athlete. He is currently aiming at completing the oceans seven challenge. Having already swum 5 of the 7 channels, he is not far from achieving his dream. Prabhat has etched his name into the record books, being the youngest swimmer in the world to swim the Tsugaru Channel and the North Channel. He also made his way into the Limca Book of World Records by swimming in the wild waters of South Africa where he also discovered two new routes. Prabhat has achieved all of this and more at a very young age of 19 years. Prabhat is currently sponsored by Airavat India. For Business enquires and Sponsorships please write to us on: info@sportwiseindia.com

Madhura Waykar

A multiple Juniour Nationals medal winner, Madhura waykar is a Track as well as Road cyclist. She has represented India at the Juniour Asian Track Cycling Championships in 2017. Some of her achievements include: Cycle Master 2016, 2018 National Road Junior Cycling champion 2016 & 2017 Mumbai champion 2015, 2016 State Track Championship 2013 Krida Bhushan Award 2016-17 Ramnarain Ruia College.

Shivani Dound

Shivani has started her career in Gymnastics from the age of 6 years. She is the first Indian female Gymnast to win Gold medal for India at Asian Championship Trampoline event. Besides just being a Trampoline Gymnast she is also a National  Acrobatic Gymnast .  Aiming to represent India at Olympics and World Cup for both Trampoline and Acrobatics. In 2018, her greates achievements have been-  1. State Gold medalist, held at Dombivli (Mumbai city team)  2. National Gold medalist, held at Surat (Maharashtra state team)  3. Asian Championship Gold Medalist, held at Manila, Phillipines (Represting India).  She has been training under Bombay Physical Cultural Association,Wadala since the age of 7 and now also a coach for Trampoline and Acrobatics Gymnastics.  Beating 10 nations in the 4th Asian Trampoline Gymnatics Championship she won the Gold medal with an overall score of 35.365 for India being a Debut Senior player, first time in history of Indian Gymnastics.