The Sea Hawk
The Sea Hawk relay team is a team of 6 Indian open water swimmers who completed a charity swim on behalf of Project Nanhi Kali that supports the cause of education of the underprivileged girls in India.
The longest 6-person open water swimming relay course in history was 433.11 km in distance from Dona Paula in Goa along the Konkan coast to the Gateway of India in Mumbai, India in 156 hours between 13-19 February 2015.
- Wing Commander Paramvir Singh
- Sergeant Gullupilli Narhari
- Sergeant Ankan Kumar Patel
- Leading Aircraftman Vicky Tokas
- Assistant Sub-inspector Ganesh Palande of the Mumbai Police
- Manav Mehta, a Std IX student of Podar International School in Nerul
2016 Sea Hawk Relay
The 2016 Sea Hawk relay team of Indian Air Force Wing Commander Paramvir Singh, retired Indian Air Force Sergeant Gullupilli Narhari, Sergeant Ankan Kumar Patel, Indian Air Force Aircraftman Vicky Tokas, Mumbai police sub-inspector Shrikant Palande, 16-year-old Manav Mehta, swimmer-coach Rahul Chiplunkar completed a 1,031 km non-stop relay swim from the Gate of India in Mumbai to Mangalore in India in between November 16th and the finish on December 8th, a 22-day journey.
- Marathoners Make Mumbai To Mangaluru
- Tribute To The Call Of The Sea
- Indian Open Water Team Attempts World Record
- The Sea Hawks Facebook page
- The Evolution Of Distance, The Sea Hawks Soar To Record
- 1,000 km From Mumbai To Mangalore
- Open Water Swimming
- World Open Water Swimming Association
- Aquaman Finishes At The Gateway Of India