How did Buffalo Racer Kambala Srinivasa Gowda India’s Usain Bolt?
Srinivasa Gowda is an Indian buffalo racer, a construction worker by profession. Srinivasa Gowda is from Moodabidri of Karnataka’s coastal District. Mr. Srinivas is following Kambala race from his school days however taking part in Buffalo race for seven years. He is in the news for winning the 100 meters race in just 9.55 seconds. Let us see what is Kambala and how Buffalo Racer Kambala Srinivasa Gowda became India’s own Usain Bolt.
What is Kambala?
Kambala is a paddy growing mud field in Tulu language. It is a traditional sport originating from Karnataka’s coast. The participants of the race run through the field which is normally 132 meters or 142 meters with 2 buffaloes that are tethered together.
How Buffalo Racer Kambala Srinivasa Gowda became India’s own Usain Bolt?
Internet says that Mr. Srinivasa Gowda from Moodabidre of Karnataka ran 100m in just 9.55 seconds at Kambala buffalo race. It adds that he is faster than Usain bolt who took just 9.58 seconds to create a world record.
28-year-old Srinivasa Gowda took just 13.62 seconds to clear 145 metres. He covered the first 100 metres in 9.55 seconds at Aikala village.
Social Media is hailing Srinivasa Gowda for clearing 100m in 9.55 seconds. Let’s see what Twitter says about Srinivas Gowda:
My inspiration and the entrepreneur Mr. Anand Mahindra says Srinivasa Gowda is capable of doing extraordinary feats.
Mr. Kiren Rijiju, Minister of State “Youth affairs & Sports” tweets that the officials from SAI have contacted Srinivasa Gowda and booked train ticket. Top national coaches will conduct trails on Monday.