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Haryana’s Bhawna running to a new mark in the under-20 women’s 100m on day two of the 38th National Junior athletics championship at the Nehru Stadium in Coimbatore on Wednesday.

Haryana’s Bhawna operating to a brand new mark within the under-20 ladies’s 100m on day two of the thirty eighth Nationwide Junior athletics championship on the Nehru Stadium in Coimbatore on Wednesday.
| Photograph Credit score: S. Siva Saravanan

Tamil Nadu’s R.C. Jithin cleared 7.35m for a new record in the under-16 boys long jump event on day two of the 38th National Junior athletics championship at the Nehru Stadium in Coimbatore on Wednesday.

Tamil Nadu’s R.C. Jithin cleared 7.35m for a brand new report within the under-16 boys lengthy soar occasion on day two of the thirty eighth Nationwide Junior athletics championship on the Nehru Stadium in Coimbatore on Wednesday.
| Photograph Credit score:
S. Siva Saravanan

Haryana’s Bhawna sprinted her solution to glory within the under-20 ladies’s 100m on day two of the thirty eighth Nationwide junior athletics championship on the Nehru Stadium right here on Wednesday. Bhawna stopped the clock at 11.55s to shatter Dutee Chand’s report of 11.63s set ten years in the past.

Kuldeep Kumar (Uttar Pradesh) soared 5.17 metres for a brand new pole vault report within the males’s under-20 part.

But it surely was R.C. Jithin of Tamil Nadu who began all of it with a report leap of seven.35m to clinch the under-16 boys’ lengthy soar gold. Coached by his father R. Chandrasekar, the 16-year-old jumped the gap in his fifth try to erase the prevailing mark of seven.27m set by Pankaj Verma in Ranchi 5 years in the past. He additionally broke the hexathlon report to finish a golden double.

Sachin and Abhinaya Rajarajan introduced additional pleasure to the host by rising the quickest athletes within the boys’ under-16 and ladies’ under-18 classes respectively.

Punjab’s Gurleen Kaur (U-18 ladies’s shot put) and Delhi’s Abhi Sirohi (U-14 boys 60m) had been the opposite record-breakers of the day.

The outcomes (winners): Boys: U-14: 60m: 1. Abhi Sirohi (Del) 7.21s (NR, Previous: Deepak Toppo 7.30s, 2021).

U-16: 100m: Sachin (TN) 10.97; 5,000m stroll: Nitin Gupta (UP) 20:34.21; lengthy soar: R.C. Jithin (TN) 7.35m (NR, Previous: Pankaj Verma 7.27, 2018); discus: Nishchay (Har) 56.59m; hexathlon: 1. R.C. Jithin 4050 (NR, Previous: J. Arjunan Guwa 3734, 2022).

U-18: 100m: Anshu Rajak (UP) 10.67s; 400m: M. Sharan (TN) 48.18s; lengthy soar: Mohd. Sazid (Har) 7.62m.

U-20: 400m: C.H. Rihan (Kar) 46.95; 10,000m stroll: Bilin George Anto (Ker) 42:45.25; hammer: Mohammad Shahban (UP) 69.55m; pole vault: Kuldeep Kumar (UP) 5.17m (NR, Previous: Dev Meena 5.05, 2019).

Ladies: U-14: 60m: Sneha Deka (Asm) 8.06s.

U-16: 100m: Vala Roshanba (Guj) 12.12s; 3,000m stroll: Sarojani (UP) 14:34.77s; Javelin: Sabita Murmu (Jha) 40.37m; lengthy soar: Nandini Santra (WB) 5.46m; hexathlon: Baddi Vyshali (Tel) 3051 pts.

U-18: 100m: Abhinaya Rajarajan (TN) 11.91s; 400m: Tahura Khatun (WB) 55.66; discus: Ritik (Chd) 60.12m; shot put: 1. Gurleen Kaur (Pjb) 16.75m (NR, Previous: Vidhi 16.56, 2022).

U-20: 100m: Bhawna (Har) 11.55 (NR, Previous: Dutee Chand 11.63, 2013); excessive soar: Payal Jamod (Guj) 1.71m; 10,000m stroll: Indu (Har) 49:40.30; shot put: Vidhi (UP) 15.36 (MR, Previous: Kiran Baliyan 14.54, 2017).

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