After completing the race, the four-time London Marathon winner embraced his wife, grabbed a Kenyan flag and was mobbed by his fans. The Olympic champion had missed out by 25 seconds in a previous attempt in 2017.
On Friday night, Naser clocked 48.14 seconds — the fastest time in the world for 34 years to become the first woman athlete from Asia to win the 400m gold.
On July 10, 23-year-old Dutee clocked 11.32 seconds to clinch the gold at the World University Games in Naples, thus becoming only the second Indian sprinter to win a gold in an international event after Hima Das.
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India’s champion athlete Hima Das has just flown back from Turkey Hima Das after her undergoing practice following the Asian Games to give her Class 12th exam. When on Tuesday Das reached to give her first higher secondary final examination after a year gap. Earlier she was appointed as The[Read More…]