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Srabani Nanda and Amiya Kumar Mallick are quickest athletes of Fed Cup « Athletics Federation of India

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Whereas Odisha’s Srabani Nanda and Amiya Kumar Mallick emerged quickest feminine and male athletes, India’s star feminine javelin thrower Annu Rani started her 2023 season on a promising on the twenty sixth Nationwide Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championships being held at Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Stadium.

Srabani’s successful time of 11.57 seconds nevertheless fell wanting Asian athletics championship qualification time of 11.44 secs.

On Tuesday, Annu, 30 years previous Commonwealth Video games bronze medalist hurled the javelin to a distance of 59.24m in her final try and qualify for the July 12 -16 Asian Athletics Championship and the Hangzhou Asian Video games scheduled to be held in September. She had a sequence of 57.49m, 57.86m, 56.60, 57.08m, 57.61m, 59.24m.

Aishwarya Mishra (Maharashtra) who clocked 52.57 secs to complete first was disqualified for lane infringement. Priya Mohan who completed second lodged a protest after the race with the Athletics Federation of India (AFI) technical panel.

Tamil Nadu’s Rajesh Ramesh ran the quickest 400m race of the season as he clocked 45.75 secs to win gold. Muhammed Ajmal additionally dipped beneath the 46 secs barrier to win silver. His time was 45.85 seconds, whereas Olympian Muhammed Anas crossed the end line at 46.19 to win bronze.

Earlier, 15 athletes made the reduce for the ultimate of the lads’s 5000m. The athletes had been chosen from two heats carried out Tuesday morning. In each the heats the highest three runners crossed the end line beneath 14 minutes 10 seconds, hinting that the ultimate can be an thrilling race. The Asian qualifying time in 5000m is 14 minutes.

Uttar Pradesh’s Gulveer Singh, winner of the lads’s 10,000m gold, will purpose for a double within the meet as he has additionally certified for the 5000m last.

The boys’s 110m hurdles heats noticed Maharashtra’s Tejas Ashok Shirse higher the earlier meet document of 13.65 seconds by clocking 13.61 seconds in his warmth. Of the 13 rivals contesting for a spot within the last Shirse was the one athlete to have dipped beneath 14 seconds within the 110m hurdles. The Asian championships qualification mark is 13.57 secs.

Nevertheless, within the girls’s 100m hurdles heats, three athletes achieved the Asian qualification requirements. Jyothi Yarraji of Andhra Pradesh additionally improved her meet document by clocking 13.18 seconds.

R Nithya Ramaraj of Tamil Nadu (13.62 secs) and Pragyan Prasant Sahu (13.61 secs) had been the opposite two athletes to have certified for continental meet in July.

In the meantime, late Monday night, Md Nur Hasan representing Uttar Pradesh and Priti Lamba received gold medals within the women and men’s 3000m steeplechase. The duo additionally achieved the Asian athletics championship qualification requirements of their respective teams.

Outcomes (All last)


100m (Asian championship qualification time 10.19 secs): Amiya Kumar Mallick (Odisha) 10.31 secs, Elakkiyadasan Okay (Tamil Nadu) 10.37 secs, Dondapati Mruty (Odisha) 10.40 secs.

400m (Asian championship qualification time 46.17 secs): Rajesh Ramesh (Tamil Nadu) 45.75 secs, Muhammed Ajmal (Kerala) 45.85 secs, Muhammad Anas (Kerala) 46.19 secs

1500m (Asian championship qualifying time 3:47.84): Jinson Johnson (Kerala) 3:44.43 secs, Abhishek Singh Thakur (Madhya Pradesh) 3:45.32 secs, Rahul (Delhi) 3:45.72 secs.

3000m steeplechase (Asian championship qualification time 8:40): Md Nur Hasan (UP) 8:30.56, Vikram Singh (Madhya Pradesh) 8:40.20, Sumit Singh (Delhi) 8:48.49 secs.

Shot put (Asian championship qualification mark 19m): Tajinderpal Singh Toor (Punjab) 20.42m, Sahib Singh (Delhi) 19.23m, Karanveer Singh (Punjab) 19.05m.

Excessive bounce (Asian championship qualification mark 2.24m): Sarvesh Anil Kushare (Mah) 2.22m, Jesse Sandesh (Karnataka) 2.18m, Swadhin Kumar Majhi (Odisha) 2.11m.


100m (Asian championship qualification time 11.44 secs): Srabani Nanda (Odisha) 11.57 secs, Archana S (Tamil Nadu) 11.66 secs, Daneshwari AT (Karnataka) 11.69 secs.

400m (Asian championship qualification time 53.54 secs): Priya Mohan (Karnataka) 53.40 secs, Sonia Baishya (West Bengal) 53.42 secs, Florence Barla (Jharkhand) 53.76 secs.

1500m (Asian championship qualification mark 4:17.90): Ankita (Uttarakhand) 4:16.99 secs, Chanda (Delhi) 4:17.55 secs, Pooja (Haryana) 4:20.03 secs.

Triple bounce (Asian championship qualification mark 13.58m): Poorva Hitesh Sawant (Maharashtra) 13.27m, Mallala Anusha (Andhra Pradesh) 13.11m, Karthika Gothandapani (Andhra Pradesh) 13.10m.

Javelin throw (Asian championship qualification mark 54.73m): Annu Rani (UP) 59.24m, Uma Choudhary (Rajasthan) 51.15m, Shilpa Rani (Haryana) 50.87m

3000m steeplechase (Asian championship qualifying time 9:58.55): Priti Lamba (Haryana) 9:47.78 secs, Bhagyashree Lahanu (Gujarat) 10:24.03, Komal Chandrakant Jagdale (Maharashtra) 10:25.32 secs

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