The Indian quartet of Mohammed Anas, MR Poovamma, Hima Das and Arokia Rajiv had finished second clocking 3:15:71, right behind Bahrain which clocked 3:11:89.
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Our government seeks to encourage more people to devote their time to sports and excel in it, thereby bringing laurels not only to themselves but also to the state. – Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma
Here’s a look at the women in Indian sport who dominated our headlines and became role models for young girls across the country in 2019.
Hima has been suffering from lower back pain after competing at the Asian Games last year.
Haryana’s Anjali Devi became India’s fastest 400-metre runner for this season on Thursday, clocking 51.53 seconds at the National Inter-State Senior Athletics meet in Lucknow.
According to the reports the Bangalore Zoo wanted to felicitate the inspirational sprinter. Also naming a cub after such an inspirational figure will draw more tourists to the Zoo.
Hima Das recently won four gold medals in 200m races and another one in a 400m race. She received congratulatory messages from PM Narendra Modi, Sachin Tendulkar and others. She now eyes the World Championships, dreaming to represent India at the next Olympics.
If Hima can add an Olympic medal to her tally, especially a gold, it would be historic since she is just 19. Her peaking records track forces us to believe that this might just be her time to make headlines on the world stage. Clearly she needs to reinvent herself in order to return to winning 200m ways on a bigger international stage like the Olympics.
India’s ace sprinter Hima Das is bettering her performance everyday as she bags her fourth gold by winning the 200m race at the Tabor Athletics Meet in Czech Republic this Wednesday.
Braving a sore back, the unstoppable runner from Assam clocked 23.43 seconds to bag the top honour at the Kladno Memorial Athletics Meet in Czech Republic.