New Delhi: India's star runner Dutee Chand demolished her own national record in the 100-meter race at the National Open Athletics Championships played in Ranchi. In Ranchi, he took a time of 11.22 in the semi-final heat, which is 0.007 seconds less than the Olympic qualifiers. Dutee credited his performance at the National Open Athletics Championships to his preparations for the World Championship. She said that despite good preparations she could not perform well due to the heat of Doha.
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Dutee said, "I had prepared very well for the World Championship, which also benefited me in Ranchi. However, I could not do well in Doha because it was very hot there. My body could not adapt to the conditions there, which also affected the performance. She failed to reach the 100m semi-finals of the World Championship held in Doha. She finished seventh in her heat with a disappointing time of 11.48 seconds. Regarding Olympic qualification, Dutee said, 'I am only a few microseconds behind Olympic qualification. I am very happy with my national record. I have put in a lot of hard work which has resulted in me. My next goal is Olympic".
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