Indian Men’s 4x400m Relay Team Breaks Asian Record at World Athletics Championships

The Indian men’s 4x400m relay team achieved a remarkable feat by shattering the Asian record during the World Athletics Championships in Budapest. The team, consisting of Muhammed Anas Yahiya, Love Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, and Rajesh Ramesh, secured a second-place finish in heat number one with a time of 2:58.47, guaranteeing their participation in the final on Sunday.

Setting New Records

The Indian team not only secured their place in the final but also broke the previous Asian record of 2:59.51, held by the Japanese team. This outstanding performance also surpassed the national record of 3:00.25 set earlier this year.

A Close Race with World Record Holders

The Indian team gave the world record holders, the United States, a tough competition and finished closely behind them. Overall, India finished second after the two heats, ahead of strong teams like Great Britain and Jamaica.

Historic Achievement

The Indian men’s 4x400m relay team’s exceptional performance in breaking the Asian record and securing a spot in the final is a historic achievement for Indian athletics. It showcases the talent and potential of Indian athletes on the international stage.

Conclusion

The Indian men’s 4x400m relay team’s electrifying race and record-breaking performance at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest have made the nation proud. Their achievement not only secured their place in the final but also set a new Asian record. This remarkable feat highlights the talent and determination of the Indian athletes and puts them in the spotlight on the global stage.

Summary:

  • The Indian men’s 4x400m relay team shattered the Asian record during the World Athletics Championships in Budapest.
  • Comprising Muhammed Anas Yahiya, Love Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi, and Rajesh Ramesh, the team secured a second-place finish in heat number one with a time of 2:58.47.
  • The team’s performance not only guaranteed their participation in the final but also broke the previous Asian record of 2:59.51.
  • India finished second overall after the two heats, ahead of strong teams like Great Britain and Jamaica.
  • This historic achievement showcases the talent and potential of Indian athletes in international competitions.

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