The Indian Navy has won the coveted KAKADU Cup 2018 in Australia as it participated in a multilateral maritime exercise involving 27 navies. On Sunday, the teams participated in sports day where the Indian team dominated all the others to clinch the KAKADU18 Cup.
#BridgesofFriendship #ExKAKADU #INSSahyadri bags KAKADU18 Cup thru a spirited performance during events where 23 teams fm as many Navies participated in Darwin. KAKADU Sports Cup is a highly respected event of KAKADU multinational Ex that is held biennially. Kudos Team Sahyadri pic.twitter.com/9LKuQ0tojy
— SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) September 2, 2018
Crocs feature but India dominates the field in Darwin – bringing nations closer together at Kakadu 2018. Congratulations to all those who took part in a sports day with a difference!#KAKADU2018 pic.twitter.com/d1AQlpcics
— Royal Australian Navy (@Australian_Navy) September 2, 2018
This biannual joint exercise which started in 1993, took place both ashore and at sea off the coast of Darwin in Australia’s north.
The name KAKADU is derived from Kakadu National Park, a protected area in the northern territory of Australia, 171 km south-east of Darwin.