Nepali swimmer Gaurika Singh secured first position in the primary warmth of 100 meters backstroke at the Olympic Aquatics Stadium on Sunday.
The youngest competitor in the Rio Olympics completed her race in 1 minute and 8.45 seconds.
Nonetheless, Singh’s own best is 1 minute and 7.31 seconds.
Despite the fact that she beat Evelina Afoa of Samoa and Rita Zeqiri of Kosovo to end up first in the primary heat she couldn’t enter the following round.
She got to be 31st among the thirty-four swimmers from different countries that took an interest in the heat round. Just 16 players with best timing will contend in the semi-last.