Hima Das turned into the primary Indian to win a track award at any worldwide meet and the second gold medalist at the U-20 Worlds after Neeraj Chopra.
Hima Das, a 18-year-old from Assam, made history as she turned into the primary Indian lady competitor to win track gold in the ladies’ 400 meter occasion at the IAAF World U20 Championships. She enrolled a period of 51.46 seconds in the last at the Ratina Stadium in Tampere, Finland on Thursday to win gold in a big showdown over all age gatherings.
Hima Das is the principal Indian track competitor, who won an award ever of rivalry. Her accomplishment is one of the greatest wearing accomplishments of India. With this gold, Hima Das turned out to be just the fourth Indian ever to win an award at the Under-20 World Championships and just the second to win a gold after Neeraj Chopra won the Javelin Throw at Bydgoszcz in 2016.
After the win Hima Das stated, “I am exceptionally pleased to hold the banner of India on my shoulders, I’d jump at the chance to express gratitude toward India and my group pioneer and my mentor. Next for me will be Asian Games however my enormous dream is to contend in Olympics.”
Games Federation of India President Adille Sumariwalla stated, “Extremely pleased with Hima Das for making history. It is one of the proudest minutes for Indian games. Congrats to Hima Das and her mentors.”
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Hima Das for making the nation pleased. Modi composed on his twitter, “India is enchanted and pleased with competitor Hima Das, who won a memorable Gold in the 400m of World U20 Championships. Congrats to her! This achievement will absolutely move youthful competitors in the coming years.”
Virender Sehwag composed on his twitter, “Stunning! So glad for you Hima Das. Extraordinary, notable accomplishment on turning into the principal Indian track competitor to win a decoration at any worldwide occasion winning Gold at ladies’ 400m World U-20 Championships timing a period of 51.47 seconds. Much obliged to you for the bliss.”