Dunei completed 100 meters race in 11.28 seconds
His last national record was 11.29 seconds
During the heat, pain in the back turns from the heat competition.
Doha Indian Sprinter Dudi Chand completed the 100 meter race in 11.28 seconds on Sunday at the Asian Athletics Championship and broke his own national record. His first national record was 11.29 seconds, which he made last year in Guwahati. He was successful in qualifying for the semi-finals in the 100 m race. The semi-finals will be on Monday.
On the other hand, Junior World Champion Hima Das could not complete 400 meters due to injury. During the heat, the pain came back in his back. However, his assistant coach Radhakrishnan Nair says that Hima's injury is not very serious. They will be fine in 2-3
Priyamma and Gomti were successful in qualifying for the final.
India's MR Poovamma finished the 400m race in 52.46 seconds and qualified for the finals. Gomati Murmuthu stayed in the 800 meters of his heat with 2 minutes and 4.96 seconds in second place. He also qualified for the final.
In Anas-Rajeev semi-final, Praveen qualifies for the final in Triple Jump
In the 400 meter male category Mohammed Anas and Rajiv Araokiya also succeeded in making the semi-finals. Anas took 46.36 seconds and Rajiv took 46.25 seconds. Jenson Johnson and Mohammad Afsal made the 800-meter semi-finals. Praveen Chhattarwal was successful in the triple jump. They put a jump of 15.66 meters in the qualification.