Asian Championships: Abhishek Pal walks away with bronze

In Bangkok on July 12th.
Abhishek Pal won a bronze medal in the 10,000 meters race walking event at the Asian Athletics Championships in India today.
A 25-year-old person from the Indian Army finished the race in 29 minutes, 33. 26 They came in second place, with Ren Tazawa from Japan in first place with a time of 29 minutes, 18. 44 seconds and Koech Kimutai Shadrack from Kazakhstan in third place with 29 minutes, 31. 63
Pal and his friend Gulveer Singh stayed behind the main runners for most of the race. Pal tried really hard in the final lap and passed a tired Yuto Imae from Japan to come in third place.
I noticed that Imae started to go slower during the final two laps. “I slowly found him and gave it my all in the last 400m to win the third-place bronze medal,” Pal said. “The weather was fine at the beginning of the race, but it became very difficult to handle in the second half,” he said. The bronze has made me feel more confident. I need to improve in the 5,000m race.
The women’s javelin throw competition had high hopes, but Annu Rani, who has competed before, didn’t make it to the top three. She came in fourth place with a throw of 59. Annu won second place in 2019 and got a silver medal for throwing a distance of 60. 22 meters Marina Saito from Japan won the gold medal with a distance of 61. 67 meters, while Liu Shiying from China won the silver medal with a distance of 61. 51 meters Nadeesha Dilhani from Sri Lanka won a bronze medal with a 60. 93 meter
In the 1500m race for women, Lili Das from India came in seventh place, completing the race in 4 minutes and 27. 61 Nozomi Tanaka from Japan won the gold medal with a time of 4 minutes and 6. 75 seconds, while Yume Goto, also from Japan, won the silver medal with a time of 4 minutes and 13. 25
Rudransh wins one more gold medal.
In Osijek, Rudransh Khandelwal, a para-shooter, won another gold medal in the P1 men’s 10m air pistol SH1 category on the last day of the World Cup. A 16-year-old person shot a score of 240. 6 in the final, which is a record for junior world. They also beat another person from their country, Manish Narwal, who won second place with a score of 236. 4 Another person from India, Santosh Gadhe, won third place with a score of 211. 7
Kathuniya secures a spot for the Paralympics.
In Paris, Yogesh Kathuniya won a silver medal in the discus throw event at the World Para Athletics Championships. This achievement earned him a spot in the 2024 Paris Paralympics, making him the third Indian to qualify. The 26-year-old won second place by throwing the object a distance of 43. 17m PTI, or ‘Personal Training Institute’, is a type of exercise program.

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