The Kambala is a sport coming from the southern state of Karnataka, the route is 142 meters and it is said that Gowda has path 13,42 seconds. Bolt has done the 100m in 9,58 seconds. But the academy of the Kambala is not as if he has. "We would not indulge in any comparison with others," he told the Bbc Hindi that the president K Gunapala Kadamba. "Who monitors the olympic events has no means scientific, and the best electronic equipment to measure the speed," he said after several local newspapers have done the comparison between the performance of Gowda and the time of the world record of the jamaican sprinter.
#SrinivasGowda ran faster than Usain Bolt in the buffalo race! Amazing! Spare a thought for buffaloes as well..fierce. pic.twitter.com/jRWegkttX9— Hardip Barot (@Hardip_nirvana) February 15, 2020
Gowda, of Moodabidri in the district the coastal of Karnataka in Dakshina Kannada, is happy of his time. So much to praise his team-mates, the two buffalos that ran next to it. Seven years that race in Kambala: "I watched It as a child, during my school days".
The Kambala roughly translates into "field of mud that grows in the rice fields" in the local language Tulu, is a traditional sport. The participants run through a field of 132 or 142 yards with two buffaloes tied together. What that raised in the time of criticism by the animal rights activists. In 2014, the supreme Court of India has issued a prohibition of competition with the bulls in 2016, the state court of Karnataka has issued an interim order to stop all the events of Kambala, which was then readmitted in 2018 with the prohibition of the use of the whips.
#SrinivasGowda from Miyar Moodabidre runs 100m in 9.55 seconds to break #UsainBolt record of 9.58 seconds in Aikala #Kambala. He has run 142.4 m in 13.62 seconds in the Kambala race. #HumFitToIndiaFit pic.twitter.com/bRKFQx1jxt— Chethan Azad (@ChethanAzaad) February 13, 2020
The professor Kadamba said that the body organizer is updating the sport to make it more human. He said that their athletes are taught how to deal with the buffalo "in a human way, without damaging it". In short, "This Well is very different from the traditional Kambala which was practiced some decades ago." But the practice is still in danger. The international group for animal rights group Peta has filed a petition in the supreme Court, arguing that the recovery of Karnataka of Kambala was illegal.
the season of The Kambla generally begins in November and lasts until march, more than 45 races are held every year in Karnataka, coastal areas, including small villages that are remote Vandaru and Gulvadi. For three hundred years and attracts big crowds, up to 200 thousand spectators. People bet on the buffalo, and assisted in throwing eggs. In some places, there are even night racing. The buffaloes that race are well fed and some owners of the animals they breed them, and keep with utmost care.