Shailee, Usaid of UP won the gold medal in the National Inter-State Athletics Championship. Kanpur News – Times of India

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Kanpur: Rising Long Jumpers Shaili Singh and U said Khan from Uttar Pradesh made headlines on the second day of the 60th FAST and UP National Inter State Athletics Championships held in Patiala on Saturday.
Gurindervir Singh (Punjab) set the athletics track at the Netaji Subhas National Institute of Sports on fire with a new meet record time of 10.27 seconds as he won the men’s 100m. S Dhanalakshmi (Tamil Nadu) confirmed her growing stature as India’s leading female sprinter by handing another defeat to Dutee Chand in the final.
Preparing for the World Junior Athletics Championships to be held in Kenya in August, Shaili Singh covered a career-best 6.48m at the Punjabi University Facility to join the world’s top ranked junior jumpers this year.
According to PK Srivastava, Honorary General Secretary of the Athletic Association, Shaili Singh from Jhansi is being trained under the supervision of Bobby George at the Anju Bobby George Academy, Bangalore. Girl is not. 1 in the world ranking.
20-year-old Gurinderveer Singh, who has dominated the sprint in recent times, quickly got off the block, finding the momentum and momentum to drop his teammate Lovepreet Singh and national record holder Amiya Kumar Mallick. Odisha) is fighting for fewer medals.
The women’s race was expected to clash with Dhanalakshmi and her more experienced teammates Dutee Chand and Archana Susindran as well as Sri Lanka’s Amasha de Silva after her injury to Hima Das, finishing third in the morning heats . Dhanalakshmi took a fine win in 11.52 seconds.
19-year-old Usaid Khan from Uttar Pradesh won the grueling decathlon competition with all-out effort, scoring 6893 points. He improved his performance in the Federation Cup in March when he had 6820 points. S Gokul (Kerala) kept Gurlal Singh (Punjab) away in the silver medal race. The results (finals) are:
Men–100m: 1. Gurindervir Singh (Punjab) 10.27 seconds (New Meet Record. Old: 10.32, Krishna Kumar Rane, Lucknow, 2014); 2. Lovepreet Singh (Punjab) 10.47; 3. Amiya Kumar Mallick (Odisha) 10.49. 400m Hurdles: 1. MP Jabir (Kerala) 49.78 seconds; 2. K Sathish (Tamil Nadu) 51.90; 3. Pravin Kumar (Tamil Nadu) 52.77. High Jump: 1. Tejaswin Shankar (Delhi) 2.20m; 2. Geo Jos (Kerala) 2.15; 3. T Aromal (Kerala) 2.1 Hammer Throw: 1. Damneet Singh (Punjab) 62.03m; 2. Niraj Kumar (Rajasthan) 60.28; 3. Ravi (Haryana) 57.92. Decathlon: 1. Usaid Khan (Uttar Pradesh) 6893 points 2. S Gokul (Kerala) 6680; 3. Gurlal Singh (Punjab) 6428.
Women–100m: 1. S Dhanalakshmi (Tamil Nadu) 11.52 seconds; 2. Amasha de Silva (Sri Lanka) 11.59; 3. Archana Suseendran (Tamil Nadu) 11.60. 400m Hurdles: 1. VK Salini (Kerala) 1:01.63; 2. Khushdeep Kaur (Punjab) 1:04.52; 3. Nirmal Punia (Haryana) 1:05.68 Long Jump: 1. Shaili Singh (Uttar Pradesh) 6.48m; 2. A Sherin (Tamil Nadu) 6.26; 3. Renu (Haryana) 6.17. Shot put: 1. Manpreet Kaur (Punjab) 16.95m; 2. Srishti Vig (Delhi) 15.96; 3. Kiran Baliyan (Uttar Pradesh) 15.75.


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