Friday, May 24, 2024

Indian Open Race Strolling | Double for Manju Rani


Worldwide Manju Rani, who claimed the 20km gold on the opening day, gained the ladies’s 10km gold on the second day of the race strolling’s Indian Open in Chandigarh on Wednesday.

The 24-year-old from Punjab, who clocked 45:20.00s, had paired with Ram Babu to win the 35km combined relay crew bronze on the Hangzhou Asian Video games final 12 months.

“My focus would be the combined relay occasion this 12 months and I hope to signify India on the Olympics,” mentioned Manju after her victory.

The Athletics Federation of India had included the senior 10km stroll within the programme by deciding on potential athletes for this April’s World Athletics race stroll crew championships in Antalya, Turkey. The highest 22 groups from Turkey will mechanically qualify for the Paris Olympics. The ultimate choice for Turkey might be performed in March.

Within the males’s 10km, Punjab’s Sahil outclassed skilled athletes to assert gold in 39:25s. He had completed fifth within the 20km on Tuesday. Goa’s Vijay Omkar Vishwakaram gained the boys’s 35 km race stroll whereas the ladies’s 35km gold went to Bandana Patel of Uttar Pradesh.

The outcomes:

Males, 20km: 1. Sahil (Pun) 39:25.00s, 2. Paramjeet Singh Bisht (Utk) 39:36.00, 3. Vikash Singh (Del) 39:47.00.

35km: 1. Vijay Omkar Vishwakaram (Goa) 2:39:19, 2. Sagar Satish Chandra (Guj) 2:44:22.00, 3. Devender Singh (Har) 2:44:58.00.

Ladies: 10km: 1. Manju Rani (Pun) 45:20.00, 2. Payal (Utk) 46:04.00, 3. Mokavi Muthurathinam (TN) 46:10.00.

35km: 1. Bandana Patel (UP) 3:11:06.00, 2. Pooja Kumari (Pun) 3:17:51.00, 3. Komal (Har) 3:23:06.00.

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