May 30, 2024

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Indian athletes gained four gold medals on Day-Two of Asian U20 Satisfy in Dubai « Athletics Federation of India

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The Indian contingent claimed four gold medals on Working day-two of the 21st Asian U20 Athletics Championships being held in Dubai. India’s overall medal tally swelled to 9 on Thursday.
Anurag Singh Kaler (men’s shot put), Pavana Nagaraj (women’s lengthy bounce), Ekta Dey (women’s 3000m steeplechase) and Ranvir Singh (men’s 3,000m steeplechase) were being profitable in profitable gold medals on Thursday.
Ekta Dey claimed gold in the women’s 3,000m steeplechase with a time of 10:31.92 seconds, although Ranvir Singh was victorious in the men’s team. His gold medal successful time was 9:22.62 seconds.
Later in the night session, Pavana Nagaraj additional fourth gold (6.32m) of the working day at the lengthy soar pit.
Before, Anurag Singh Kaler gained gold medal in the men’s shot put event.
In the morning session, race walker Aarti set the ball rolling, winning a difficult fought bronze medal in the women’s 10,000m.
Aarti’s bronze successful time of 47:45.33 seconds was improved than the Planet U20 Athletics Championships qualification time of 49 minutes.
Later on, throwers extra a few medals, including gold to the team’s tally.
Anurag Singh Kaler took time to settle down in the shot put. He battled with South Korean Park Sihoon for the gold.
Kaler’s gold winning throw of 19.23m was attained in third try. His opening toss was 18.44 and second endeavor was 18.69m. Fourth and fifth have been no marks and sixth and ultimate toss was 18.79m.
Park Sihoon received silver with a throw of 19.23m but took property silver. Kaler had a much better common in the contest, which denied Korea a gold medal.
Defending winner Siddharth Choudhary settled for bronze with a throw of 19.02m scored in the next try. His other throws were being beneath the 19m mark.
Amanat Kamboj, working towards at Patiala’s Countrywide Centre of Excellence (NCOE) in Punjab and supported by REC Restricted included silver to the team’s tally. Her ideal throw was 50.45m.
Aman Choudhary also won bronze in the men’s 400m. His time was 47.53 seconds.
Vinod Singh won 5,000m silver with a time of 14:09.44 secs.

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