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Monday, May 23, 2022

Jyothi Yarraji breaks her own national record in the 100m hurdles in the United Kingdom


Jyothi Yarraji smashes own 100m hurdles national record in UK

 NEW DELHI: Jyothi Yarraji crushed the ladies' 100m obstacle public record for the second time in under about fourteen days while winning the occasion at the Loughborough International Athletics Meet in the UK on Sunday.


The 22-year-old Jyothi timed 13.11 seconds under reasonable breeze speed of +0.3m/s to better her own prior public record of 13.23 she had timed on May 10 during the Cyprus International Meet in Limassol.


The Andhra competitor, who trains under Joseph Hillier at Reliance Foundation Odisha Athletics High Performance Center in Bhubaneswar, had bettered Anuradha Biswal's public characteristic of 13.38 which had remained starting around 2002.


That happened a month after her public record exertion was not counted because of wind help past lawful cutoff. She had timed 13.09 seconds during the Federation Cup in Kozhikode last month yet it was not considered public record as the breeze speed was +2.1 m/s, more than the passable +2.0 m/s.


In 2020 likewise, Jyothi had run underneath Biswal's public record time as she timed 13.03 seconds at the All India Inter-University Athletics Championships in Moodbidri, Karnataka.


In any case, it was likewise not considered NR as National Anti-Doping Agency didn't test her at the meet and there was no specialized representative from the Athletics Federation of India.


Jyothi comes from an unassuming foundation as her dad Suryanarayana is filling in as a confidential safety officer and her mom Kumari is a homegrown assistance.


Another Reliance Foundation Odisha Athletics HPC student Amlan Borgohain, who crushed the public record during the Kozhikode Federation Cup, completed fifth in 200m race with a period of 21.27 seconds.


The 24-year-old from Assam had timed 20.52s in Kozhikode.


In different outcomes, public record holder Siddhant Thingalaya completed second in 110m obstacles with a period of 13.97.


Graceson Amaldas, public swimmer-diverted hurdler from Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu won junior men's 110m obstacles visitor race in 13.91 seconds.

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