Breaking Records and Making History: DP Manu Shines at the 62nd Open National Athletics Championships!


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In a breathtaking display of talent and determination, DP Manu of Inspire Institute of Sports has set the stage on fire at the 62nd Open National Athletics Championships held in Bengaluru. With a stunning throw of 82.06 meters, he not only secured the gold medal but also etched his name in the annals of history by setting a new meet record!

Manu’s remarkable achievement not only showcases his individual brilliance but also reflects the dedication and hard work of the athlete. His throw, a testament to precision and power, resonates with the spirit of Crafting Victories. In the heart of the competition, he proved that with relentless determination, dreams can indeed turn into gold medals.

Congratulations to DP Manu and IIS for this incredible achievement! Let this historic moment be a beacon of inspiration, lighting the path for future athletes and crafting a legacy of victories for our nation.

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