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Punjab’s worldwide race walker Manju Rani provides 10km gold to her kitty Chandigarh « Athletics Federation of India

Punjab’s worldwide race walker, Manju Rani, had a great run on the eleventh version of the Nationwide Open Race Strolling Competitors. The day after successful gold within the ladies’s 20km, she dominated the senior ladies’s 10km on Wednesday to brighten her likelihood to compete within the inaugural marathon race strolling combined relay that may function on the 2024 Paris Olympic Video games.

Manju, 24, gold medal successful time in 10km was 45:20.00. The promising Punjab feminine race walker had paired with Ram Babu to win bronze within the 35km combined relay staff occasion on the Hangzhou Asian Video games.

Manju was elated to have gained back-to-back gold medals on the nationwide competitors in Chandigarh. “My primary focus would be the combined relay occasion this 12 months and I hope to characterize India on the Olympic Video games,” Manju mentioned after successful gold within the ladies’s 10km on Wednesday.

The senior 10km race stroll was included within the programme by the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) to pick potential athletes for the nationwide staff that may compete on the April 20-21 World Athletics Race Stroll Workforce Championships to be held in Antalya, Turkey. In the course of the Turkey competitors, high 22 groups will get computerized qualification for the Olympic Video games. The ultimate choice of the nationwide staff for Turkey will likely be accomplished in March.

Within the males’s 10km occasion, Sahil of Punjab outclassed extra skilled athletes to assert gold. Sahil, 22, a school going scholar from Patiala clocked 39:25.00. He had completed fifth within the males’s 20km race stroll on Tuesday.

Paramjeet Singh Bisht of Uttarakhand was second with a time of 39:36.00, whereas Asian bronze medalist Vikash Singh of Delhi was third with a time of 39:47.00.

Goa’s Vijay Omkar Vishwakaram gained the lads’s 35 km race with a time of two:39:19.00, whereas the ladies’s 35km gold went to Bandana Patel of Uttar Pradesh, whose gold-medal successful time was 3:11:06.00.

Outcomes: Sahil (Punjab) 39:25.00, Paramjeet Singh Bisht (Uttarakhand) 39:36.00, Vikash Singh (Delhi) 39:47.00

35km: Vijay Omkar Vishwakaram (Goa) 2:39:19.00, Sagar Satish Chandra (Gujarat) 2:44:22.00, Devender Singh (Haryana) 2:44:58.00.

Girls: 10km: Manju Rani (Punjab) 45:20.00, Payal (Uttarakhand) 46:04.00, Mokavi Muthurathinam (Tamil Nadu) 46:10.00.

35km: Bandana Patel (Uttar Pradesh) 3:11:06.00, Pooja Kumari (Punjab) 3:17:51.00, Komal (Haryana) 3:23:06.00.

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