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Athletics Stats: Winners of National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships 2023

The National Inter-State Athletics Championships 2023 took place at the renowned Kalinga Stadium in Odisha from June 15 to June 19. The tournament offered an exciting showcase of athletic excellence from participants across the nation. The 62nd edition of the National Inter-State Athletics Championships holds significant importance as it will it is the selection trials for the prestigious Asian Games which is set to take place in September in China.

According to the Athletics Federation of India (AFI), all Indian athletes aspiring to secure a spot in the Asian Games squad would have to pass the test of the inter-state meet. This directive ensured that the inter-state meet had a lot of participation and fierce competition among athletes to represent India at the Asian Games.

More Highlights from the Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships 2023

Tajinderpal Singh has qualified for the upcoming World Athletics Championships in the men’s shot put event with a new Asian record of 21.77m at the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships 2023 in Orissa. Tajinderpal Singh Toor was followed by Karanveer Singh (19.78m) and Sahib Singh (18.75m), who won silver and bronze medals, respectively.

Commonwealth Games silver medallist long jumper Murali Sreeshankar produced the best jump of 8.29m to take home the gold medal. National record holder Jeswin Aldrin settled for silver with a 7.98m effort while P David logged a personal best of 7.94m for bronze.

The women’s long jump event once again saw the 22-year-old Ancy Sojan and 19-year-old Shaili Singh, battle it out for the top spot. Annu Rani, Jinson Johnson & Amlan Borgohain stayed true to their favourite tag and breached the Asian Games qualifications in some style. Former Asian women’s shot put champion Manpreet Kaur settled for silver. While the 2021 national record holder for 800 m, Harmilan Bains also brought home a silver medal. However, both athletes breached the entry standard for Asian Games.

The 62nd edition of the National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships was the final chance for Indian athletes to secure their spots for the Asian Games 2023, scheduled in Hangzhou, China. However, The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) selection committee will take a final call to decide how many are getting the ticket to China.

Winners of the Inter-State Senior Athletics Championships 2023 Event-Wise

Men

Event FirstSecondThird
100 m Siva Kumar B (10.37)Harjit Singh (10.45)Elakkiyadasan K (10.47)
200 m Amlan Borgohain (20.71)Shashikanth Virupaksha (21.08)Akash Kumar (21.17)
400 m Kalinga Kumarage (45.64)Muhammed Anas Yahiya (45.76)Muhammed Ajmal V (45.90)
800 m Krishan Kumar (1:46.17)Mohammed Afsal P
(1:47.47)
Pradeep Senthilkumar (1:48.10)
1500 m Jinson Johnson (3:42.77)Ajay Kumar Saroj (3:42.96)Shashi Bhushan Singh (3:43.93)
5000 m Gulveer Singh (13:43.23)Harman Jot Singh (13:44.25)Hemraj Gurjar (13:45.91)
10,000 m Kartik Kumar (29:01.84)Gulveer Singh (29:03.78)Pritam Kumar (29:22.36)
110 m HurdlesTejas Ashok Shirse (13.87)Sachin Binu (13.99)Ronald Babu (14.24)
400 m Hurdles Yashas P (49.37)Santhosh Kumar T (49.52)Jabir Madari Palliyalil (50.40)
3000 m Steeplechase Balkishan (8:38.98)Sumit Kumar (8:43.45)Prince Raj Mishra (8:44.55)
High Jump Sarvesh Anil Kushare (2.24 m)Jesse Sandesh (2.24 m)Bharathi Viswanathan (2.17 m)
Pole Vault Siva S (5.11 m)Dev Meena (4.90 m)Sidharth AK (4.80 m)
Long Jump Murali Sreeshankar (8.29 m)Jeswin Aldrin (7.98 m)David P (7.94 m)
Triple Jump Praveen Chithravel (17.07 m)Abdulla Aboobacker (16.88 m)Eldhose Paul (16.75 m)
Shot Put Tajinderpal Singh Toor (21.77 m)Karanveer Singh (19.78 m)Sahib Singh (18.75 m)
Discus ThrowKirpal Singh (57.39 m)Gagandeep Singh (55.69 m)Nirbhay Singh
(55.21 m)
Hammer Throw Taranveer Singh Bains (68.07 m)Nitesh Poonia
(67.10 m)
Damneet Singh
(65.86 m)
Javelin Throw Rohit Yadav (83.28 m)Kishore Kumar Jena (82.87 m)Shivpal Singh
(81.96 m)
20 Km Race Walk Sandeep Kumar (1:27:12)Servin S (1:28:21)Hardeep (1:28:57)
35 Km Race Walk Juned (3:00:37)Eknath Sambhaji Turamb (3:03:40) Vikash Kumar (3:06:06)
4×100 m Relay Tamil Nadu (40.15)Odisha (40.24)Punjab (41.05)
4 x 400 m Relay Tamil Nadu (3:06.75)Kerala (3:06.87)Haryana (3:08.13)
DecathlonTejaswin Shankar (7576 pts)Yaman Deeo Sharma (7165 pts)Gokul S (6937 pts)

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Women

EventFirstSecondThird
100 mJyothi Yarraji (11.46)Srabani Nanda (11.59)Himashree Roy (11.71)
200 mSrabani Nanda (23.77)Prachi (24.12)Anjali P D (24.25)
400 mAnjali Devi (51.48)Himanshi Malik (51.76)R Vithya Ramraj (52.49)
800 mChanda (2:03.82)Harmilan Bains (2:04.04)KM Deeksha (2:04.35)
1500 mKM Deeksha (4:06.07)Harmilan Bains (4:08.50)Chanda (4:09.39)
5000 mSanjivani Baburao Jadha (15:55.60)Seema (16:11.50)Ankita (16:37.85)
10,000 m Seema (34:20.01)Sanjivani Baburao Jadha (34:34.10)Poonam Dinkar Sonune (34:45.42)
100 m HurdlesJyothi Yarraji (12.92)Nithyar R (13.48)Agasara Nandini (13.55)
400 m HurdlesR Vithya Ramraj (56.01)Sinchal Kaveramma TR (56.76)Anu R (58.13)
3000 m SteeplechaseParul Chaudhary (9:34.23)Priti Lamba (9:52.89)Komal Chandrakant Jag (10:13.10)
High Jump Pooja (1.80 m)Rubina Yadav (1.78 m)Abinaya S Shetty
(1.76 m)
Pole VaultPavithra Venkatesh (4.10 m)Sindhushree G (3.80 m)Vanshika Ghanghas (3.40 m)
Long JumpAncy Sojan E (6.51 m)Shaili Singh (6.49 m)Bhavani Yadav Bhagavati (6.44 m)
Triple JumpSheena N V (13.60 m)Nayana James
(13.33 m)
Mallala Anusha
(13.24 m)
Shot PutKiran Baliyan
(17.17 m)
Manpreet Kaur
(16.61 m)
Abha Khatua (16.39 m)
Discus ThrowSeema Puri (56.40 m)Shalini Chaudhary (48.66 m)Kiran (48.25 m)
Javelin ThrowAnnu Rani (58.22 m)Priyanka (51.94 m)Rashmi K (50.95 m)
20 Km Race Walk Bhawna Jat (1:37:03)Priyanka Goswami (1:40:33)Vandana (1:41:54)
35 Km Race WalkManju Rani (3:21:31)Mamta Pal (3:40:26)Komal (3:42:41)
4×100 m RelayKerala (46.35)Andhra Pradesh (46.61)Odisha 46.68)
4 x 400 m RelayTamil Nadu (3:37.87) Punjab (3:39.22)Delhi (3:39.51)
HeptathlonSwapna Barman (5918 pts)Agasara Nandini (5703 pts)Sowmiya Murugan (5323 pts)

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