Rohit Havaldar (born in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India) is an Indian swimmer. Rohith Havaldar has achieved many swimming records and has won many medals both at the nationals and state competitions. He competed in Telstra grand prix Olympic trials in July. He created history in 2010 when he won a medal for India in swimming at the 2010 South Asian games.

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  • Rohit Havaldar (born in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India) is an Indian swimmer. Rohith Havaldar has achieved many swimming records and has won many medals both at the nationals and state competitions. He competed in Telstra grand prix Olympic trials in July. He created history in 2010 when he won a medal for India in swimming at the 2010 South Asian games. (en)
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  • Rohit Havaldar (born in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India) is an Indian swimmer. Rohith Havaldar has achieved many swimming records and has won many medals both at the nationals and state competitions. He competed in Telstra grand prix Olympic trials in July. He created history in 2010 when he won a medal for India in swimming at the 2010 South Asian games. (en)
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