Priya Mohan outclassed Dutee Chand to clinch the women’s 200m event in the Khelo India University Games here on Sunday. Jain University’s Priya (23.9s) turned on the jets at the bend to comfortably defeat the more experienced Dutee (24.02s).
Priya completed the double at the championship, having secured the 400m gold on a rain-drenched track on Sunday night.
"The turnaround time after the 100m last night was quite less. My recovery was not ideal, so my timing in the 200m was not very good," Priya stated.
"My race strategy was to stay with her (Dutee) in the first 80m. I have the stronger finish, which worked in my favour," Priya added.
Athletics: Winners: Men:
200m: A. Vignesh (Mangalore) 21.28s (New KIUG Record) (Old: 21.42s, Rahul Kumar, 2020)
800m: Satya Dev (Maharshi Dayanand) 1:54.26s
5000m: Lokesh Choudhary (Maharshi Dayanand) 14:36.11s
Triple Jump: Krishna Singh (Mumbai) 16.10m (New KIUG Record) (Old: 15.27m, A.B. Arun, 2020)
High Jump: Deva Karthick (Madras) 2.08m
Pole Vault: Dhirendra Kumar (Veer Bahadur Singh Purvanchal) 4.80m (New KIUG Record) (Old: 4.60m, Manish Singh, 2020)
Hammer Throw: Damneet Singh (Punjabi) 64.32m (New KIUG Record) (Old: 61.25m, Damneet Singh, 2020)
4x400m: Mangalore (Mahantesh Helavi, M.C. Milan, T.H. Devaiah, W. Nihal) 3:13.44s (New KIUG Record) (Old: 3:15.45s, MG University, 2020)
200m: Priya Mohan (Jain) 23.90s
800m: Pooja (Lovely Professional) 2:07.67s
5000m: Nikita Raut (Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur) 16:55.38s (New KIUG Record) (Old: 16:59.44s, Jyoti, 2020)
20km Race Walk: Rakhi Singh (Professor Rajendra Singh) 1:41:35.00s
High Jump: Gracena Merly (Manonmaniam Sundaran) 1.76m
Triple Jump: Meera Shibu (Calicut) 12.72m
Hammer Throw: Surabh Vedpathak (Lovely Professional) 54.40m (New KIUG Record) (Old: 51.80m, Varsha, 2020)
Heptathlon: Tanu (Guru Jambeshwar) 4805 pts
4x400m: Punjabi (Simranjeet Kaur, Tanveer, Kiranjot Kaur, Simran Kaur) 3:43.83s (New KIUG Record) (Old: 3:48.12s, MG University, 2020)
Women Team: Final: SRM bt Adamas 3-0 (V. Kowshika bt Dipanwita Basu 8-11, 11-3, 11-9, 11-6; S. Gladyn Flora bt Munmun Kundu 11-4, 14-12, 6-11, 11-7; Pavithra bt Srijanee Dey 12-10, 11-8, 11-5)
Men Team: Final: Mumbai bt SRM 3-0 (Chinmaya Somaiya bt Shrikrishna Arunachalam 7-11, 11-9, 11-5, 5-11, 16-14); Deepit Patil bt Abinay Vijay Babu 11-7, 11-9, 9-11, 11-8; Parthav Kelkar bt P.L. Lakshmanan 11-6, 10-12, 8-11, 11-5, 11-4);
Vidyasagar 2 (Singo Murmu 48’, Mugli Saren 73’p) bt Guru Nanak Dev University 0.
Men: Final: Anna bt SRM 2-1 (Anish Saran lost to Krishna Raja Teja 4-6, 2-6; Lohithaksha Bathrinath bt J Oges Theyjo 6-3, 2-6, 7-5; V Anish Saran and Lohitakksha Bathrinath bt J Oges Theyjo and Krishna Raja Teja 6-1, 7-5).
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