Chahat Arora, the fastest breaststroke swimmer in India, is signed by ENGN

Chahat Arora, India's fastest breaststroke swimmer, has signed with ENGN, a business that represents female athletes

(Sports news) As a member of the partnership, ENGN will assist Chahat in pursuing her sporting goals by offering a foundation of financial assistance, physical and mental health counselling, potential brand affiliations, and any other needs that Chahat may have.   

On the new addition, Megha Desai, Co-Founder of ENGN, said,”With the vision to encourage sports as a career, we at ENGN  have always extended holistic support to our female athletes. We are elated to have Chahat Arora in our roster of athletes.Chahat’s determination and her hard work which is evident when you speak with her, encourages all of us to cheer for all our sportspersons even more!”

Athlete representation and performance apparel company ENGN is situated in Mumbai. In addition to financial support through investments and sponsorships, ENGN offers infrastructural support with coaches for nutrition, training, mental health, and any other needs the athlete may have to increase her performance.

ENGN is currently linked to several female athletes, such as:

1.      Maana Patel, Olympian Swimmer

2.      Anisha Aswal, All India Rank 1, World Rank 65, Taekwondo

3.      Nithyashree Ananda, International 400m Track Athlete

4.      Shivani Soam, National Level Long Jumper

5.      Anoli Shah, International Medallist, Speed Skating

6.      Lakshmi G M – National 400m Hurdles Athlete

7.      Katya Coelho – International Windsurfer & iQFoiler

Chahat’s love of swimming has elevated her performance. She practised alone in ice-cold water without a trainer and without any professional coaching, eventually winning her first gold at the national competition. Her international career began in 2016, and in 2017 she broke her first national record. At the Senior Nationals held in Bhopal, Chahat broke her maiden national record in the 100-meter breaststroke with a time of 1:15.19.

At the Thailand Age Group Championship 2022 in Bangkok, she took home one gold and one silver medal for the women’s 50m breaststroke event. Chahat Arora broke the women’s 100-meter breaststroke record at the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Melbourne, Australia, in 2022. She broke a national record and took home two gold medals in 2021 at the senior nationals.

According to swimmer Chahat Arora, “I am very excited to work with ENGN. Their focus on female athletes through a 360 degree support system is much needed in today’s day and age. This association has really boosted my confidence and my enthusiasm to work harder for my upcoming meets. I’m happy to be a part of the ENGN family and am looking forward to a long, symbiotic association.” 
Also read: At the Sail Goa All India Nationals, ENGN-backed Katya Coelho, IQFoiler & Windsurfer wins the gold medal


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