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Asian Youth Athletics: India won 26 medals including 8 gold 2nd in medal table | Indian players win 26 medals including 8 gold, India second in the table

               
India remains second in the competition for the first time
Earlier, his best performance was in 2017, then he was at number three

new Delhi. India has won 26 medals, including 8 gold, 9 silver and 9 bronze in the Asian Youth Athletics Championship, which was completed on Sunday in Hong Kong. India secured second position after China in the medal table. China won the gold medal with 12 gold, 11 silver and 8 bronze.

India has been in second place in this competition for the first time. Earlier, India was at fifth place in the 2015 Asian Youth Athletics. He then won 14 medals, including 2 golds. India was at number three in 2017. Then he won 14 medals, including 5 golds.

Gold medal in Medley Riley won the last day

India won the gold medal in boys's medley relay event on the last day of the competition. The Indian quartet took 1:54:04 minutes. Sri Lanka got the silver and China bronze medal. Indian girls team won silver medal with 2: 10.87 minutes. China won gold and Kazakhstan bronze medal

Amandeep Singh won the silver

Amandeep Singh won the Silver Medal with a throw of 19.09 meters in the boys Shotput finals. Mahesh Babu took silver in 800 meters with 1:51:48 minutes, while Shanmuga Nalubothu made his name in the 200 meter race with time of 21:87 seconds.

Avantika won two medals in the competition

Avantika Santosh Narale won silver in the girls' 200 meters final with 24:20 seconds. Avantika has already won gold medal in 100 meters. Bray got bronze in 24:78 seconds at 200 meters. In the girls' 800 meter race, Pooja won silver medal with time of 2: 07.03.

Amit Jangir took the silver by taking time of 8:36:34 minutes in boys's 3000m competition. Chantini Chandran won the bronze by taking the time of 4: 36: 9 minutes in girls's 1500 meter race.
                
                
            

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