Left Menu
Development News Edition

Yadav, Anjali bag titles in Kolkata marathon

PTI | Kolkata | Updated: 02-02-2020 14:39 IST | Created: 02-02-2020 14:37 IST
Yadav, Anjali bag titles in Kolkata marathon
(Representative Image) Image Credit: Pixabay

Lucknow's Awadh Narayan Yadav and home favourite Anjali Saraogi clinched the top honours in the men's and women's categories respectively in Kolkata Full Marathon here on Sunday. Awadh clocked a timing of two hours, 30 minutes and 30 seconds, while Meghalaya duo of Tlanding Wahlang (2:30:51) and Batsrang A Sangma (2:31:43) finished second and third respectively.

For Anjali, it was a memorable hat-trick of titles on her home course as she led all the way to cross the finish line with a timing of 3:24.02. Anjali's city-mate Sunmul Rahman took home the second place with a timing of 3:44.12, while Meghalaya's Snora Lyngkhoi finished third with a time of 3:46:48.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

Download The Devdiscourse News App for Latest News.


TRENDING

OPINION / BLOG / INTERVIEW

Aviation post-COVID 19: Hard time ahead of getting people back on planes

The sweeping travel restrictions have largely brought international travel to a halt and domestic travel is also facing a huge number of cancellations as billions of people are ordered to stay inside their homes as part of strict lock-downs...

All party meeting - Blocking dialogue not culture of Bengal, Mamata needs to speak up

If that happens, history will record it as the dark age of Bengal....

Videos

Latest News

COLUMN-In Queen's calm voice, a memory of war: Harold Evans

Its 1940. The winter evenings are getting colder. Im huddled with my parents around the radio listening to future Queen Elizabeth calm us with her promise that the world of tomorrow will be a better and happier place. Its much more effectiv...

Trump says U.S. may be getting to top of coronavirus curve

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the United States might be getting to the top of the curve of the coronavirus outbreak and said he did not see an early written warning about the pandemic from a top White House aide. The president sai...

'Wuhan virus' no more: US and China in truce

Suddenly, its no longer the Wuhan virus. The United States and China have reached a truce in a vitriolic feud over the coronavirus pandemic, with the two powers each seeing at least a tactical interest in cooling down. President Donald Trum...

Soccer-England great Greaves ill in hospital

Jimmy Greaves, one of Englands greatest ever goalscorers, was being treated in hospital on Tuesday, his former club Tottenham Hotspur said. Greaves, 80, has been in poor health since suffering a stroke five years ago. There was no suggestio...

Give Feedback