Taranath Narayan Shenoy

Taranath Narayan Shenoy

Taranath Narayan Shenoy was inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame as an Honor Swimmer in 1986

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Taranath Narayan Shenoy is a deaf and legally blind in his right eye. The 61-year-old open water swimmer from Mumbai, India was inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame as an Honor Swimmer in 1986. He is a swimming coach and retired as an office superintendent with Central Railways.

Open Water Swimming Career

1991 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results

Chad Hundeby 5:01:46 2 Sergio Chariandini 5:03:19 3 David O’Brien 5:08:53 4 Nace Majcen 5:13:08 5 Jay Wilkerson 5:15:20 6 Roberto Faccinetti 5:16:14 7 Christof Wandratsch 5:18:44 8 Peter Galvin 5:19:28 9 Dragan Kurgic 5:20:32 10 Greg Streppel 5:22:52 11 Martijn van Heusden 5:24:07 12 Attila Molnar 5:26:21 13 Justin Palfrey 5:29:40 14 Michal Sanda 5:31:35 15 Jaime Gavaid 5:33:03 16 Mauricio Buczmiejuk 5:33:13 17 Dusan Toth Szabo 5:38:17 18 Marc Newman 5:40:46 19 Erik van Dartel 5:41:31 20 Michal Spacek 5:46:53 21 Ricardo Sperti 5:58:54 22 Jordi Cervera 6:02:31 23 Mohammed Abdel 6:04:07 24 Nazr Hasabala 6:06:48 25 Karim Madsen 6:42:30 26 Taranath Narayan Shenoy 7:26:41

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Asia

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