Arjun Muralidharan (Swimmer) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Net Worth

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Arjun Muralidharan Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth 14 May 1987
Birth Day 14 May
Birth Years 1987
Age 35 years old
Birth Place Pune, Maharashtra, India
Birth City Maharashtra
Birth Country India
Nationality Indian
Famous As Athlete
Also Known for Athlete
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Occupation Athlete

Also Known by the Full name Arjun Muralidharan, is a Good Athlete. He was born on 14 May 1987, in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Maharashtra is a beautiful and populous city located in Pune, Maharashtra, India India.

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Arjun Muralidharan Net Worth

Arjun Muralidharan has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Athlete. Famously known as the Athlete of India. He is seen as one of the most successful Athlete of all times. Arjun Muralidharan Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful Indian Athlete.

Arjun entered the career as Athlete In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Personal Life, Relationships and Dating

In addition to all his swimming accomplishments Arjun also trains in Martial Arts and is a 1st dan (shodan) black belt in Gōjū-ryū Karate and a first kyu brown belt in Shidokan.

In his spare time he coaches young children at Bluewater Swim Academy alongside his father and older brother at Pune.

Arjun is also the Director of Bluewater Sports Academy located at Baner Pune.

Death: and Cause of Death

On 13 January 2006, died of non-communicable disease. At the time of his death, he was -1987 years old. At the time of his death he survived by his large extended friends and family.

Social Network

Born on 14 May 1987, the Athlete is Probably the most famous person on social media. Arjun is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With his huge number of social media followers, he frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with his massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch his followers. You can scroll down for information about his Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2017

Was adjudged the best swimmer in the 17th Sub-junior aquatics championships held at Barielly India with 5 gold medals.

2014

In addition to all his swimming accomplishments Arjun also trains in Martial Arts and is a 1st dan (shodan) black belt in Gōjū-ryū Karate and a first kyu brown belt in Shidokan.

2013

Training in Quebec under the aegis of Sports Authority of India and the central government, Arjun along with elder brother Amar, participated under the banner of Laval University in the Speedo Eastern Canadian swimming championships held from 16–19 February in Montreal. Arjun won the gold in the 100 m butterfly event with the best-ever Indian performance of 0:56.20 seconds. The effort eclipsed his own mark of 56.74.

2012

Participated in the 2012 Life Saving World Championships held at Adelaide, Australia.

2010

In 2010 South Asian Games Arjun won a gold medal in the 100 m butterfly.

Arjun also participated in the 2010 Commonwealth Games held at New Delhi India swimming the 50 and 100 meters butterfly events.

2009

On 17 January 2009 in Toronto Canada while heading towards Etobicoke swimming pool for a divisional competition Arjun suffered a jaw fracture from a car accident when his car was hit by an oncoming truck. He was treated at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto and subsequently returned to India for a few months. He returned to Toronto Canada and resumed swimming training late in July which affected his performances at the 2009 Open Nationals due to the long 6-month layoff and fracture rehabilitation process.

2008

In 2008 Quebec Cup held at Montreal Quebec Arjun became the first and only Indian swimmer to win a gold medal at a foreign long course National Championship in the 200 meters butterfly clocking a personal best of 2:02.57.

In 2008 Canada Cup Arjun won a bronze medal and broke the short course 200 butterfly national record clocking 1:59.45 and becoming the first Indian swimmer to break the 2 mins barrier in the event. The record still stands.

In 2008 October Arjun bettered several records in the All India Police meet becoming the Best Swimmer for the 6th time in a row.

2007

After a 7-month training camp in Stockport United Kingdom training under British Olympic coach Sean Kelly Arjun became the first and only Indian swimmer to win all 3 butterfly national titles with championship records simultaneously in the 2007 Senior National aquatic championships held at Goa India.

2006

Arjun participated in the Commonwealth Games held in Melbourne Australia from 15–26 March 2006 and became the first ever Indian swimmer to qualify for semifinals in the 100 meters butterfly clocking 56.74 in the heats and 56.65 in the semifinals.

In the 2006 Open Nationals held at BAC, Bangalore, Arjun smashed all five national records and won the Best Swimmer for the third consecutive year with five gold medals. Arjun became the first and only Indian swimmer to win all 3 backstroke national titles with championship records simultaneously. This was the first and the last time Arjun swam the 200 M Backstroke.

In the 2006 South Asian Games held at Colombo, Sri Lanka, Arjun won three golds and a silver with a Games record in 200 m butterfly.

In the 2006 Asian Games held at Doha, Qatar, Arjun smashed his own national record in the 100 m butterfly with a time of 56.16 placing 13th overall ahead of teammate Ankur Poseria who placed 18th clocking 57.14.

2005

In 2005 at the 1st Asian Indoor Games held from 13 to 17 November 2005 at the SAT Swimming Pool, Huamark Sports Complex in Bangkok, Thailand Arjun became the first Indian swimmer to win a silver medal in the 200 meters butterfly event clocking 2:03.33 behind Won Jae-Yun of Korea.

In 2005 Open National Championships Arjun became the first Indian swimmer to break the 28-second barrier in the 50 m backstroke clocking a national record time of 27.97. He was also judged the Best Swimmer of the meet with 4 gold medals.

2004

Became the youngest ever best swimmer at the age of 16 in the 58th Senior National aquatic championships held at New Delhi India. Arjun broke 3 championship records in the meet and won 3 gold medals and 2 silvers. His older brother Amar broke the championship record in the 200 meters Freestyle clocking 1:58.03. Arjun also became the youngest ever best swimmer at the All India Police Aquatic Championships held at New Delhi in September 2004.

Based on his performances in the Senior Nationals Arjun was selected to represent India at the Commonwealth Youth Games which was held at Bendigo Australia in Dec 2004. Arjun became the first and only Indian to win a medal coming third in the 200 meters Butterfly with a time of 2:06.99 beating teammate Rehan Poncha by .02 secs.

2002

Born in Pune, Maharashtra, India Arjun started swimming at the age of 5 coached by his father G Muralidharan a former athlete, Ranji Trophy cricketer and Commander, Indian Navy. At a very young age of 9 he had already broken the age group national record in 50 meters butterfly. Arjun, the younger brother of Amar Muralidharan, is a former police officer working at the Border Security Force since 2002 up until 2014 under the sports recruitment program. He was also awarded the Director Generals citation in 2006 for his sporting achievements. He has trained in United Kingdom and Canada from 2006 to 2010 under reputed coaches. He has swum for Rouge et Or swimming team in Quebec in 2006, Stockport Metro Swimming Club in 2007 and Toronto Swim Club from 2008-2010.

He has endorsed sportswear company Metal Mulisha and is also sponsored by Siddhi Health Club located at Kothrud, Pune where he has done his strength training since 2002.

1987

Arjun Muralidharan (born 14 May 1987) is an Indian swimmer who has earned 15 National Titles. He is widely considered as one of the greatest butterfly swimmers of India. He has also been the best swimmer in three consecutive Open National Championships from 2004–2006 and held all three (50, 100, 200 m) butterfly National titles for four years from 2004-2007 as well as all three (50, 100, 200 m) backstroke National titles in the year 2006. In 2006 he became the first Indian swimmer to win a gold medal at a foreign national championship in the Speedo Eastern Canadian Championships held at Montreal. He is also the first Indian swimmer to win a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Youth Games held at Bendigo, Australia, in 2004 and a silver medal in the Asian Indoor Games held at Bangkok in 2005. In the 2006 Asian Games held at Doha, Qatar, Arjun smashed his own national record in the 100 m butterfly. Arjun has won several Canadian National Championship medals and a gold medal in the 200 m butterfly at Canada Cup 2008.

1985

Participating in the World Police and Fire Games in Quebec, Arjun beat the 20-year-old 100 m butterfly Indian best set by Khazan Singh, clocking 56.74 seconds to wipe out Singh’s 1985 record of 56.84.

1953

Became the best swimmer at the 53rd All India Police Aquatic Championships held at Talkatora Complex, New Delhi

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