India’s unpredictable chance for the Rio Games inflated with three more athletes, triple jumper Renjith Maheswary, Dharambir Singh (200 metre sprinter) and Jinson Johnson (half-miler) scheduling their tickets for the Olympics on the last day of the Indian Grand Prix Event on Monday.
Renjith Maheswary Clinches Rio Olympics
The lively Kerala athlete Maheswary jumped a stunning distance of 17.30m in his fourth strive at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium to make his third back to back Olympics. On the way to his capability, Maheshwary outstripped Arpinder Singh’s national record of 17.17m. Furthermore crossed the qualification mark of 16.85m by a tremendous edge.
Kerala Athlete Maheswary Enters Rio Olympics
Sprinter Dharambir checked 20.45 seconds in the 200m to better his own particular national record of 20.66s timed at the Asian Championships a year ago. Athlete Dharambir who was born in Rohtak made an achievement turning out to be the first Indian male athlete to certify for the 200m race at the Olympics in 36 years.
Perumal Subramaniam was the man who made it into Moscow Olympics in the year 1980. Johnson who was born in Kerala made it through the men’s 800m following 32 years with a clock of 1:45.98s. It is a small amount of a second from the adequate mark of 1:46.00s. The Charles Borromeo was the last male sprinter at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1984 to make triumph in the 800m race.
Renjith Maheswary & Other Two Athletes Made Into Rio Olympics
The 30-year-old Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Maheshwary said, “Here, my first jump which made season’s ideal (16.56m). From that point on, I enhanced my distance. The track has great pace, climate and fortunately no rain. Thanks on account of AFI and coaches at SAI amid the national camp for helping me.”
“I was around 16.40m in a large portion of the events. I committed little errors even in Thailand with three wrongs, included Maheshwary. He even won gold at the Thailand Open Track and Field Championship prior this month.
Three Indian Athletes Confirms For Rio Olympics
Maheshwari underwent from a lower abdomen injury three weeks before the 56th national inter state senior athletics championships in Hyderabad. NV Nishad Kumar’s ward Maheshwary would like to train at Thailand before leaving to Rio. Dharambir was in high spirits in the wake of qualifying. Dharambir said, “There was great rivalry till the end of the race and this is a decent track to race.” Then again Johnson trusted the change in the infrastructure and facilities made a difference. ‘We can improve. The conditions are better now furthermore the facilities,’ expressed Johnson, who is keeping in mind at Sriram Singh Shekhawat’s record of 1:45.77.