KIYG 2022: Players make steeplechase and shot put history, break national records

Two new national records were created on the seventh day of the Khelo India 2022 Madhya Pradesh Youth Games. These records have been held by players in steeplechase and shot put. With this, both young players have created a new story.

The seventh day of the Khelo India Youth Games 2022, Madhya Pradesh was very spectacular and full of excitement. On this day, two young players showed their talents and broke the national youth record and set new records. Both new records were achieved at the TT Nagar Stadium in Bhopal, where athletics competitions are being organized for the Khelo India Youth Games.

On the seventh day of Khelo India, Sonam from Delhi broke the record in the women’s 2000m hurdle race. She finished her race in 6.45.71 minutes, which has become a new record. Following this, in the men’s shot put final, Siddharth Chowdhary of Rajasthan set a new national record with a record 21.04 m. The great performance of Sonam and Siddharth was talked about throughout the match day.

Sonam Jahan defeated her rival C Keerthana of Telangana by a margin of half a minute. Integration of Madhya Pradesh and got a bronze medal in the steeplechase. In the shot put final, Siddharth defeated Uttar Pradesh’s Ashutosh Dubey. Ashutosh has won the silver medal with a throw of 19.70 meters. Anurag Singh Kaler got the third position.

Such is the figure in Khelo India
Maharashtra has topped the points table by winning a total of 25 gold medals so far this year. On the other hand, Haryana is at number two with 22 gold medals and host Madhya Pradesh is at third with 21 gold medals. There is a very small gap between the two that can change the position of the other at any time.

While Gwalior’s Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education, where the gymnasts competition was staged, Maharashtra’s Samyukta Kale won three gold medals. Samyukta won three medals in clubs, hoop, and ball. Muskan Rana from Jammu and Kashmir came in second.

Among the gymnasts, Dipesh Lashkari from Madhya Pradesh (Horizontal Bar), Jatin Kumar Kanojia from Uttar Pradesh (Uneven Bar), Surbhi Prasanna from Telangana (Girled Vault), Nishi Bhavsar from Gujarat (Dancing Beam), Somili Karar from West Bengal (Floor exercise), Urvi Wagh from Maharashtra (uneven bars) also won the gold medal.

Qualified in football in Madhya Pradesh
On the other hand, in the football competition which was held at the Mulna Stadium in Balaghat, Madhya Pradesh, the women’s football team defeated Kerala by showing strong play in front of 2000 people and achieved their place in the semi-finals. Madhya Pradesh has beaten Kerala 3-1. Goalless in the second half, the Madhya Pradesh team got a free kick, in which Monisha Singh gave the team a strong lead, which turned into victory. In another match, there was a contest between Arunachal Pradesh and Daman and Diu where Arunachal won.

On the other hand, the Punjab men’s football team qualified for the semi-finals by defeating Arunachal Pradesh 3-0 at the Emerland Heights Ground, Indore. Kerala beat Madhya Pradesh 5-0 to reach the semi-finals.

know what happened in kabaddi
Kabaddi competitions also started on the seventh day at Abhay Prashal, Indore. Among the girls, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Bihar won, while among the boys, Delhi, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and UP were the winners. Apart from this, the Madhya Pradesh boys and girls teams won the hockey matches. The men’s team beat Jharkhand 5-1 and the women’s team beat Odisha 5-0.

In shooting, 17-year-old Adrian Karmakar, a former Olympian and son of Cot chief rifleman Joydeep Karmakar, won the gold medal in the 50m (3P) rifle event by defeating Rajasthan’s Manvendra Shekhawat by 16 points. In the 10m air pistol mixed doubles, Uttar Pradesh’s Keshav Chowdhary and Sanskriti Bana defeated Shubham and Suruchi.

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