May 30, 2024

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Indian throwers shine on Day-One at Asian U20 Athletics Fulfill in Dubai New Delhi « Athletics Federation of India

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Opening working day at the 21st Asian U20 Athletics Championships getting held in Dubai April 24 to 27, turned out to be effective for the Indian contingent.
Deepanshu Sharma won gold in men’s javelin with a throw of 70.29m, while Rohan Yadav clinched silver with a distance of 70.03m.
Priyanshu included third silver to the team’s tally. He finished second in the men’s 1500m.  He clocked 3:50.85
Before, in the early morning session, Ritik claimed silver in men’s discus toss.
Prachi Ankush Devkar missed bronze in women’s 3,000m, she finished fourth.
Indian middle distance and sprinters ended up also prosperous in heats on the opening day. Laxita Vinod Sandliea and Tanvi Malik sailed into the medal round of the women’s 800m, to stay in the race for  a medal in the two-lap party. In the 800m heats on Wednesday, Laxita was 2nd in her warmth with a time of 2:09.39 while Tanvi Malik clocked 2:12.82 to cross the end line at fourth place in her heat.
Anushka Dattatray Kumbhar and SAI Sangeetha Dodla entered the medal spherical in the women’s 400m. Anuska Dattatray Kumbhar was 1st in her 400m warmth. She clocked 55.75 seconds. Sangeetha Dodla clocked 56.21 secs to complete 2nd in her warmth, to continue to be in the race for the podium.
In the men’s 400m heats, Aman Choudhary gave a superior account of himself to enter the medal round. He clocked 48 seconds to best his warmth.
The Indian feminine athletes— Jeyavindhiya Jegadish and Shreeya Rajesh–also progress to the medal round in 400m hurdles.
Earlier, in the early morning session discus thrower from Patiala’s National Centre of Excellence in Punjab, Ritik, commenced his quest for title with an opening toss of 49.97m. He had no mark in his next endeavor, but cemented his situation among the medalist in his 3rd attempt of 52.23m. His fourth attempt was all over again no mark, whilst fifth was 50.35m and his previous and sixth endeavor was 53.01m.
Gold went to Qatar’s Djibrine Adoum Ahmat whose very best throw on the day was 54.80m. Hassan Mubarak Alahsaee of Saudi Arabia took house bronze with a throw of 50.41m.

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