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Updated : 3 months, 3 weeks ago IST
She broke her own best of 4.20m, which she had set at the National Games 2022 last week
Remarking on the grand success of the National Games 2022, the Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the sporting infrastructure was widely appreciated by the athletes, and the games will remembered for the focus on sustainability including furthering awareness on recycling, reducing plasti
Services began the day with 53 gold medals and added three more top podium results on Tuesday to maintain their lead with 56 gold, 34 silver, and 31 bronze medals for a total of 121 medals. as shared by the Olympics Website.
Updated : 3 months, 4 weeks ago IST
Srihari Nataraj of Karnataka competed at the Sardar Patel Aquatics Complex in Rajkot and set a new National Games record with a time of 50.41 seconds to add to his collection of gold.
Sajan Prakash, competing at the Sardar Patel Aquatics Complex in Ahemdabad, beat tough competition from Madhya Pradesh's Advait Page in the men's 400-meter freestyle and Karnataka's S Siva in the 200-meter individual medley to increase his personal gold medal total at this edition to five.
Updated : 4 months ago IST
At the Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay (PDDU) Indoor Stadium, B Sai Praneeth of Telangana defeated Mithun Manjunath of Karnataka 21-11, 12-21, 21-16 in 63 minutes, and Aakarshi Kashyap of Chattisgarh defeated Malvika Bansod of Maharashtra 21-8, 22-20 in 45 minutes.
Olympian Sajan Prakash, representing Kerala, clocked 1:59.56 in the final to win the gold, beating his own National Games record set at the previous edition in Kerala.
The youngster from Gogamba district, who was picked during a Sports Authority of Gujarat's talent identification scheme eight years ago, lost the individual gold medal match against Manipur's Okram Naobi Chanu in a shoot-off after both the players were tied at 5-5.
Ram broke the national record of Juned Khan of Haryana
In the second match of the championship, Sai Praneeth defeated the highly anticipated and in-form HS Prannoy of Kerala 18-21, 21-16, 22-20. After falling behind a game, Sai Praneeth defeated Kerala's HS Prannoy in the championship.
Haryana's Antim Panghal, who made history in August by becoming the first Indian to become U20 world champion in women's wrestling, beat Priyanshi Prajapati of Madhya Pradesh by fall in the final.
At the pole vault event at National Games, this pole vaulter from Tamil Nadu recorded a jump of 4.20 m