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Athletics Stats: List of all the winners of the Federation Cup 2023

The Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championships 2023 which ran from May 15 to May 18, 2023, witnessed some incredible performances as the Indian athletes produced record-breaking performances at the Birsa Munda Athletics Stadium in Ranchi, Jharkhand. The event acted as a qualifying tournament for the Asian Athletics Championships 2023 to be held in Pattaya, Thailand from July 12 to July 16, 2023. The Athletics Federation of India (AFI), the organization in charge of the sport of Athletics in India, had to prepone the Federation Cup 2023 by a month as the organizers of the Asian Athletics Championships had set a deadline for the national organizations to submit the final entries of the participating athletes by June 12, 2023.

Top athletes like Asian record holder Tajinderpal Singh Toor, Annu Rani, and Jinson Johnson showed their prowess at the Federation Cup 2023. With a throw of 59.24m in the women’s javelin throw event, Annu made the cut for both the Asian Games and Asian Athletics Championships 2023. It is important to note that Tajinderpal and Johnson had previously qualified as they breached the marks in other competitions held before the Federation Cup 2023. In the men’s 400m event, Rajesh Ramesh and Muhammed Ajmal produced strong performances as they breached the qualification standard established by the AFI. While, the national record holder, Muhammed Anas Yahiya, finished third and couldn’t make the cut.

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More Highlights from the Federation Cup 2023

Young sensation Jyothi Yarraji was one of the stars of the event as she qualified for the Asian Athletics Championships 2023 in not just her signature event (100m hurdles), but also the women’s 200-meter race. While fate didn’t favor the two sprinters Srabani Nanda and Amiya Mallick from Odisha, who despite winning their respective events, didn’t qualify for the prestigious continental event. On the other hand, youngster Priya Mohan, the Khelo India University Games 2021 gold medalist, cleared the mark set by the Indian Athletics federation in the women’s 400m. We will now take a look at all the winners from the Federation Cup 2023.

Winners of the Federation Cup 2023 event-wise

EventFirstSecondThird
Men’s 10,000mGulveer Singh (29:05.90)Abhishek Pal (29:07.11)Rohit Kumar (29:08.95)
Women’s 10,000mSanjivani Jadhav (33:32.73)Kavita Yadav (34:05.47)Seema (34:43.66)
Women’s Hammer ThrowTanya Chaudhary (60.54m)Sarita R Singh (60.45m)Manpreet Kaur (57.08m)
Men’s 3000m SteeplechaseMd Nur Hasan (8:30.56)Vikram Singh (8:40.20)Sumit Kumar (8:48.49)
Women’s 3000m SteeplechasePriti Lamba (9:47.78)Bhagyashree Lahanu (10:24.03)Komal Chandraka Jagadale (10:25.32)
Men’s Shot PutTajinderpal Singh Toor (20.42m)Sahib Singh (19.23m)Karanveer Singh (19.05m)
Men’s High JumpSarvesh Anil Kushare (2.22m)Jesse Sandesh (2.18m)Swadhin Kumar Majhi (2.11m)
Men’s 100mAmiya Kumar Mallick (10.31)Elakkiadasan (10.37)Dondapati Mruty Jayaram (10.40)
Men’s Discus ThrowHarpreet Singh (55.63m)Nirbhay Singh (54.39m)Sachin Suhag (51.34m)
Men’s Long JumpDavid P (7.75m)Muhammed Anees Yahiya (7.73m)Samuel R (7.59m)
Men’s 400mRajesh Ramesh (45.75)Muhammed Ajmal V (45.85)Muhammed Anas Yahiya (46.19)
Men’s 1500mJinson Johnson (3:44.43)Abhishek Singh Thakur (3:45.32)Rahul (3:45.72)
Women’s Javelin ThrowAnnu Rani (59.24m)Uma Choudhary (51.15m)Shilpa Rani (50.87m)
Women’s Triple JumpPoorva Hitesh Sawant (13.27m)Mallala Anusha (13.11m)Karthika Gothandapni (13.10m)
Women’s 100mSrabani Nanda (11.57)Archana Suseendran (11.66)Daneshwari AT (11.69)
Women’s Shot PutManpreet Kaur (16.57m)Abha Khatua (16.57m)Paramjit Kaur (15.79m)
Women’s 400mPriya Mohan (53.40)Sonia Baishya (53.42)Florence Barla (53.76)
Women’s 1500mAnkita (4:16.99)Chanda (4:17.55)Pooja (4:20.03)
Men’s DecathlonUsaid Khan (6970)Mohit (6794)Gokul S (6752)
Women’s 100m HurdlesJyothi Yarraji (12.89)Nithya Ramaraj (13.44)Sapna Kumari (13.58)
Men’s 110m HurdlesTejas Shirse (13.71)Madhvendra Singh (14.01)Sachin Bina (14.23)
Men’s Hammer ThrowDamneet Singh (64.91m)Taranveer Singh (64.81m)Lokesh Poonia (57.61m)
Women’s Discus ThrowShalini Chaudhary (49.35m)Paramjot Kaur (48.76m)Salmi (46.31m)
Men’s 5000mGulveer Singh (13:54.41)Abhishek Pal (13:56.32)Harman Jot Singh (13:57.02)
Women’s 5000mAnkita (15:49.49)Sanjivani (15:51.16)Seema (16:11.72)
Women’s Pole VaultRosy Meena Paulraj (4m)Pavitra (4m)Baranica Elangovan (3.60m)
Men’s Pole VaultDev Meena (4.80m)Rambeer Singh (4.70m)Sakthi Mahendran (4.60m)
Women’s Long JumpAncy Sojan (6.56m)Karthika (6.31m)Nayana James (6.30m)
Women’s High JumpRubina Yadav (1.80m)Angel Devasia (1.76m)Khyati Mathur (1.76m)
Men’s Javelin ThrowRohit Yadav (83.40m)Manu DP (82.95m)Sachin Yadav (80.27m)
Women’s 200mJyothi Yarraji (23.41)Archana Sussendran (23.61)Himani Chandel (24.23)
Men’s 200mAmlan Borgohain (20.83)Animesh Kujur (20.94)Kapil (21.44)
Men’s 400m HurdlesYashas (49.40m)Santhosh T (49.51)Jabir (49.99)
Women’s 400m HurdlesVithya Ramaraj (57.51)Arathi (58.29)Anu (59.32)
Women’s 800mChanda (02:01.79)Lavika Sharma (02:03.70)Twinkle (02:03.74)
Men’s 800mKrishna Kumar (1:46.83)Mohammed Afsal (1:47.66)Ankesh Chaudhary (1:48.38)
Women’s HeptathlonSowmiya Murugan (5187)Purnima Hembram (5128)Tanushree (4655)

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