Record Alert at the 38th National Jr Athletics Meet: Bhawna of Haryana Breaks National Record in U-20 100m Race


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In a breathtaking display of speed and determination, Bhawna, representing Haryana, created history at the 38th National Junior Athletics Meet. The stadium echoed with excitement as Bhawna blazed through the track, clocking an incredible 11.55 seconds in the girls’ U-20 100m race, securing the coveted gold medal. What makes this achievement even more remarkable is that Bhawna’s lightning-fast performance also shattered the national record previously held by the illustrious Dutee Chand in the same category.

Bhawna’s record-breaking feat not only showcases her exceptional talent but also marks a significant moment in Indian athletics. Her speed, agility, and determination propelled her past the finish line, setting a new benchmark for aspiring athletes nationwide. Breaking a record set by someone as renowned as Dutee Chand is a testament to Bhawna’s skill and dedication to her sport.

The entire nation joins in celebrating Bhawna’s historic achievement. Her victory serves as an inspiration for young athletes, proving that with unwavering commitment and relentless effort, dreams can become reality. The support from her #Haryana team, coaches, and fans undoubtedly played a crucial role in this momentous triumph.

Bhawna’s record-breaking run not only brings pride to her home state but also raises hopes for the future of Indian athletics. As she continues to hone her skills and compete at the highest level, there’s no doubt that she will inspire generations of athletes to aim for greatness.

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