Praveen Chithravel may be very promising however can be some of the inconsistent triple jumpers within the National circuit. And accidents have usually troubled him.
But every little thing got here collectively properly for the 20-year-old from Tamil Nadu on the ultimate day of the sixtieth National Open on the Nehru Stadium on Sunday. The teenager produced an enormous 16.88m, which bettered his private greatest by 37cm, in his opener for the gold.
That made him the third greatest Indian ever, after Renjith Maheswary (17.30) and Arpinder Singh (17.17), and his collection had three jumps over 16.70.
Services’ Abdulla Aboobacker (16.84, new PB) and Karthik Unnikrishnan (16.80, equalled PB) took silver and bronze. This might be the primary time three triple jumpers have been touching 16.80m or extra in a Nationals.
“I’ve not changed anything, everything is the same, only I’ve become stronger mentally and more confident,” Praveen, who trains at JSW’s Inspire Institute of Sport at Vijayanagar, informed The Hindu.
“I’ve had a lot of injuries earlier, hamstring at the 2019 Asians and then ankle pain. But I felt good and I think I can do 17m next year.”
Meanwhile Asian Games champion Arpinder, making a comeback from final yr’s knee harm, may handle solely 15.91 for sixth. “My knee still hurts,” he stated.
Later, Assam sprinter Amlan Borgohain clocked a shocking 20.75s — the second quickest time on Indian soil — for the lads’s 200m gold in a brand new meet document time.
And Rajasthan’s Manju Bala, former Asian Games medallist, received the hammer throw in a meet document 64.42m, the second greatest by an Indian, behind Sarita Romit Singh’s 65.25m.
Railways received the general title and ladies’s staff championship whereas Services took the lads’s staff title.
The outcomes (finals): Men: 200m: 1. Amlan Borgohain (Asm) 20.75s (MR, Old: 20.92, S Arunjith, 2007), 2. Balakumar Nitin (TN) 21.06, 3. N. Shamugha Srinivas (AP) 21.12; 10,000m: 1. Kartik Kumar (Ser) 29:42.63s, 2. Dharmender (Ser) 29:49.56, 3. Shrawan Kumar (Har) 30:01.87; Hammer throw: 1. Damneet Singh (Pun) 65.65m, 2. Bajinder Singh (Pun) 63.29, 3. Sukhdev Singh (Rly) 63.18; Triple Jump: 1. Praveen Chithravel (TN) 16.88m, 2. Abdulla Aboobacker (Ser) 16.84, 3. Karthik Unnikrishnan (Ser) 16.80; 4x400m Relay: 1. Haryana (Pankaj, Sachin, Ayush Dabas, Vikrant Panchal) 3:087.86s, 2. Services 3:09.13, 3. Punjab 3:11.29.
Women: 200m: 1. Archana Suseendran (TN) 23.58s, 2. Taranjeet Kaur (Del) 23.64, 3. Chandra Lekha (Rly) 24.35; 10,000m: 1. Sanjivani Jadhav (Mah) 34:20.03s, 2. Kavita Yadav (Rly) 35:57.46, 3. Jyoti (UP) 36:37.90; Hammer throw: 1. Manju Bala (Raj) 64.42m (MR, Old: 61,67, Hardeep Kaur, 2002), 2. Sarita Singh (Rly) 59.58, 3. Jyoti Rana (Rly) 58.36; Discus throw: 1. Navjeet Kaur (Pun) 54.49m, 2. Nidhi Rani (Rly) 50.87, 3. Gurveer Kaur (Pun) 48.66. 4x400m relay: 1. Haryana (Nancy, Nisha, Nanhi, Kavita) 3:42.82, 2. Police 3:43.01, 3. Delhi 3:43.13.
Best athletes: Men: Praveen Chithravel (triple leap); Women: Harmilan Bains (1500m).
Championships: Overall: Railways (253.5 pts); Men: Services (187.5); Women: Railways (157).