Krishna Prakash Achieves World First by Swimming Gateway of India to Elephanta Caves for Drowning Prevention Cause

    Mumbai, India – In an incredible feat of endurance and determination, Krishna Prakash IPS, the Special IG of Maharashtra Police, has become the first person in the world to swim from Gateway of India to Elephanta caves.

    Krishna Prakash IPS, who is an accomplished swimmer, decided to take on this challenge in the name of “Drowning Prevention Awareness”. He took the unusual approach of swimming against the high tides, from Elephanta caves to Gateway of India, covering a distance of 16.20 kms in just 5 hours and 26 minutes.

    “I wanted to do something different and inspire young Indians to aim for an Olympic medal in the 10k open water swimming event. This expedition is dedicated to raising awareness about drowning prevention, and I hope that my adventure will inspire many to take up swimming,” said Krishna Prakash.

    The swimmer, who is also an Arjuna awardee, trained extensively for this challenge and was well-prepared for the rough waters of the Arabian sea. He received support from the Maharashtra Police and the Indian Navy, who provided him with a safety boat and a team of divers to ensure his safety.

    Krishna Prakash IPS Swimming Feat to promote ” Drowning Prevention”

    Krishna Prakash’s cause of “Drowning Prevention Awareness” is a crucial one, as drowning is a leading cause of death worldwide. His aim is to raise awareness about the importance of water safety and drowning prevention, especially among young people. Through his incredible swim from Gateway of India to Elephanta caves, he hopes to inspire people to take up swimming and learn essential water safety skills, such as how to swim, float, and recognize dangerous water conditions. By promoting drowning prevention awareness, Krishna Prakash hopes to save lives and ensure that everyone can enjoy the many benefits of swimming and other water-related activities safely.

    Krishna Prakash‘s incredible achievement has been met with widespread acclaim, with many hailing him as a true inspiration for the youth of India. “Krishna Prakash’s achievement is a testament to the power of perseverance and dedication. We are proud of his accomplishment and hope that it will inspire many more to follow in his footsteps,” said a spokesperson for the Maharashtra Police.

    Krishna Prakash‘s swim from Gateway of India to Elephanta caves is a remarkable achievement and a shining example of what can be accomplished with hard work and determination. We wish him all the best for his future endeavors.


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