NEW DELHI: Hima Das won the gold medal of the 400 metre race at an international event in the Czech Republic. She took 52.09 seconds to win the race. This is her 5th gold medal this month. Indian star sprinter Hima Das, popularly known as the 'Ding Express', shared a photo on her Twitter account.
"Today (Saturday) ended the race with the top spot in the 400 meters event in the Czech Republic," Hima wrote. Hima took 52.09 seconds.
This is Hima's fifth gold medal this month. She has previously won gold in different events in Europe on July 2, at the Kunto Athletics Meet on July 7, the Czech Republic on July 13 and the Tabor Grand Prix on July 17. In the second place, India's VK was visor, which was 53 seconds behind Hima and managed to finish second. Visma took 52.48 seconds.
In the third place, Sarita Ben Gaikwad, who took 53.28 seconds, took the time. In the men's 200 metres event, Mohammad Anas clocked 20.95 seconds to finish second. In the Men's 400 metres, India's Noh Nirmal Tome also won the silver with 46.05 seconds. In the men's only 400 metre hurdles, India's M. the cry of a cuckoo reminding lovers of each other. Jabir won the gold with 49.66 seconds. Jitin Paul finished second with 51.45 seconds.
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