India’s star runner Hima Das performed amazing as soon as she landed on the ground after a year. She won the gold medal in the Indian Grand Prix 2 Women’s 200m event. He achieved this feat on Thursday (February 25) at the fresh Subhash National Sports Institute campus in Patiala. Hima did not land on the ground for a long time due to the coronavirus epidemic. During this time his practice was also interrupted.
At the same time, Duti Chand won the women’s 100 meters in 11.44 seconds and improved to 11.51 seconds in the first Grand Prix last week. He is expected to qualify for the Olympic Games with a standard time of 11.15 seconds. She can also qualify as an athlete with 56 starts at the Tokyo Olympics based on her ranking. He is currently ranked number 33 in the world rankings.
21-year-old Hima completed the race in 23.31 seconds. Hima, who was the World Junior Champion in the 400 meters in 2018, has won the race only three times before (twice in 2018 and once in 2019). Hima has not yet qualified for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. He participated in his last competitive race in August 2019. After the Kovid-19 pandemic, the entire domestic calendar was disturbed and no Indian athlete could take part in any competition abroad.
In the men’s 400m event, Delhi’s Amoj Jacob finished first with a personal best time of 46 seconds. At the same time, in the 200 meter event, Arokia Rajiv defeated Mohammad Anas Yahia to win the gold medal with 21.24 seconds. M Srishankar from Kerala won the long jump event and Tajinderpal Singh finished first in the men’s shot put. In the javelin throw event, Anu Rani of Uttar Pradesh won the gold medal with an effort of 61.22.
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