Prabhat Raju Koli

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Prabhat Raju Koli was awarded the 2018 Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award in the Water Category in New Delhi, India
Prabhat Raju Koli with his Tsugaru Channel escort crew including Captain Mizushima (on left)
Prabhat Raju Koli in South Africa; he is the youngest male to complete the Triple Crown of Open Water Swimming

Prabhat Raju Koli (born 27 July 1999) is a 24-year-old open water swimmer from Mumbai, India who is co-coached by his father Rrkoli Koli and Sally Minty-Gravett. He became the youngest person in history to complete the seven channels of the Oceans Seven in 2022.

Oceans Seven Channel Swims

Open Water Swimming Highlights


Oceans Seven Swimmers

1st: Stephen Redmond (Ireland)
2nd: Anna-Carin Nordin (Sweden)
3rd: Michelle Macy (USA)
4th: Darren Miller (USA)
5th: Adam Walker (UK)
6th: Kimberley Chambers (New Zealand)
7th: Antonio Argüelles (Mexico)
8th: Ion Lazarenco Tiron (Moldavia/Ireland)
9th: Rohan Dattatrey More (India)
10th: Abhejali Bernardová (Czech Republic)
11th: Cameron Bellamy (South Africa)
12th: Lynton Mortensen (Australia)
13th: Thomas Pembroke (Australia)
14th: Nora Toledano Cadena (Mexico)
15th: Mariel Hawley Davila (Mexico)
16th: André Wiersig (Germany)
17th: Elizabeth Fry (USA)
18th: Attila Mányoki (Hungary)
19th: Jonathan Ratcliffe (UK)
20th: Jorge Crivilles Villanueva (Spain)
21st: Adrian Sarchet (Guernsey)
22nd: Prabhat Koli (India)
23rd: Dina Levačić (Croatia)
24th: Herman van der Westhuizen (South Africa)
25th: Andy Donaldson (Scotland)
26th: Stephen Junk (Australia)
27th: Kieron Palframan (South Africa)

Robben Island Circumnavigation

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