RFYS Athletics National Championship 2019-20, Day Three Recap, Part 3
Check out part three of the recap below!
The 12th event of the day, in the College Girls category, was the 400 Meter Final. Coming in first with a runtime of 57.48 seconds was Christ College’s Arshitha S. The silver went to Vishrutha Chandrasekaran from PSGR Krishnammal College. Her runtime was 58.18. Rounding out the top three was Riya Hazra from Charuchandra College with a runtime of 58.99 seconds.
The next event of day three was the 100 Meter Hurdles in the Junior Girls category. The gold was bagged by Priya Sabhajeet Gupta from Gokuldham High School with a runtime of 14.89 seconds. She broke the old RFYS seasons record of 15.14 seconds in the process. The second-place award was given to Kalladi HSS’s Mahima M Nair. Her runtime was 15.87 seconds. The bronze belonged to Shamna Sherin M from VVCR Murugesenar with a runtime of 16.03 seconds.
The 14th event of the day was the 100 Meter Hurdles Final in the Senior Girls category. In the first place, with a runtime of 14.83 seconds, was Sathi Patra from Ramnarayanpur ACS. The silver was bagged by Jaivabai Girls High School’s Vysali G with a runtime of 14.88 seconds. Rounding out the top three was Sweta Satappa Chikodi from Vivekanand College with a runtime of 15.57 seconds.
The Javelin Throw Final in the Senior Boys category was the 15th event of the day. Sagar Singh from Budha Dal Public School bagged the gold with a throw distance of 56.03 meters. In the second place, with a throw distance of 53.60 was Al Ameen Pre University’s Vijay Murasidda. Karan Goel from Sarvodaya Vidyalaya nabbed the bronze with a throw distance of 53.30 meters.
The 16th event of the day, in the Sub-Junior Boys category, was the Long Jump Final. Guru Gobind Singh Sports School’s Nitin Pal bagged the gold with a jump distance of 6.74 meters. He broke the RFYS seasons record of 6.62 meters. In second place was Shailendra Rajpoot from Mejor Dhyanchand Sports College with a jump distance of 6.47 meters. The bronze was awarded to Government Boys High School’s Keshab Gomango for a jump distance of 6.16 meters.
That’s it for part three of the recap for day three. Check out part four next!