India Make A History Of Athletics

India has been created history by breaking the 52-year Commonwealth Games gold medal jinx with Krishna Poonia win the yellow metal in the discus throw women, becoming the first woman to win a medal Commowealth Games gold to his country.

India swept the event with Harwit Kaur and National record holder Seema Antille respectively.Poonia win silver and bronze with gold, which he won by throwing the discus with 61.51m, was the first gold for ‘Flying Sikh Milkha Singh Gold 440 Yard Race in Cardiff the 1958th Harwit came with a 60.61m effort, a little below his season best 60.66m, while the National record holder Seema Antille threw the discussion at a distance of 58.46m.

There was disappointment for fans of Indian women’s 800m final as a medal prospect Tintu Luka has not finished on the podium after finishing sixth in 2:01:25, well below his season and personal best 1:59:17. The protégé of the legendary PT Usha led the field in the first game, but failed to preserve his energy for the finale, which took the lead. She ran very fast at first, and she could not keep pace on the last lap.

Steven Lewis in England, which eventually won the silver medal, pulled out when Hooker has decided to increase his effort.There was disappointment for fans of Indian women’s 800m final as a medal prospect Tintu Luka has not finished on the podium after finishing sixth in 2:01:25, well below his season and personal best 1:59:17. The protégé of the legendary PT Usha led the field in the first game, but failed to preserve his energy for the finale, which took the lead.

quartet of women Jauna Murmu, Sini Jose, Chitra K Soman and Ashwini Akkunji won her heat in 3:32:52 to qualify for finals. India had won a silver in women’s 4X400m relay in 2006 Melbourne Games.The men’s 4X400m relay quartet of K Puthanpurakkal, Bibin Mathew, P Jayakumar and Shake Mortaja finished fourth in the heats in 3:06.30 to qualify for the final.

Men’s 4×100 meter relay team also, India has won a number of heat in the national registry to obtain the final timing 39.00secs. men’s 1500 meter qualifying round, however, Chatholi Hamza ran a season best of 3:4472, but failed to qualify for the finals after finishing ninth.Indians also highlighted the men behind the pole vault, where Gajanan Upadhyay finishing ninth by clearing 4.80m, while the man was convicted of not mark.

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