Vishwendra broke his record in the 44: 09.75 minute gold, Sanjay Kumar's record
Avantika Santosh Narale made gold in women's 100 meter race
Hong Kong India made four gold medals in the Asian Youth Athletics Championship on Saturday. Vivender Singh won gold medal in 10 thousand race walks in 44: 09.75 minutes while recording the record. Earlier this record was the name of Sanjay Kumar of India. He won gold in 45: 30.39 minutes. With Vishveda, Paramjit Singh Bisht has won the Bronze medal in 44.21.96 minutes in the event.
In the women's 100 meter race, Avantika Santosh Narale scored gold in 11.97 seconds. Abdul Razzak won the Gold Medal while taking the time of 48.17 seconds in the 400 meter race. By the end of the second day, India has seven gold, two silver and five bronze medals.
Samitita Philip won gold in a long jump
Cocktail Philip won the gold in the women's long jump. He jumped 5.86 m in his fourth attempt. Ambericha Nazrar jumped the bronze medal with a jump of 5.73 meters. Usaid Khan won gold medal in men's Dakhathalan with 6952 points. He broke the record of 6671 points of Muhammad Alfaras of Kuwait. Ansar Ali of India won the bronze medal with 5943 points.