Nataraj, Ambre, and Gowda win gold in swimming in Singapore.

The Indian swimmers claimed three gold, one silver, and one bronze on the day . Srihari Nataraj and Maana Patel claimed gold and silver each .

On day one of the Singapore National Swimming Championships here on Thursday, the Tokyo Olympians Srihari Nataraj and Maana Patel claimed gold and silver each.As the Indians won three gold on day one of the exposure competition in advance of the Commonwealth Games, the promising Mihir Ambre won the 50m butterfly and Aneesh Gowda won the 800m freestyle.The Indian swimmers claimed three gold, one silver, and one bronze on the day, and Siva Sridhar clinched third place in the 100m backstroke with a time of 57.58 seconds.Nataraj became the youngest Indian swimmer to reach the Olympic Standard Time in the 100m backstroke competition, winning the gold with a time of 55.32 seconds.

Ambre won the 50m butterfly with a personal best time of 24.66 seconds, while Gowda claimed the 800m freestyle with a time of 8:14.08.