Here are all the Khelo India Youth Games Sunday results.
Sunday was a day for Maharashtra to extend their lead at the top, running away with the pole position after they amassed an incredible four medals in swimming and gymnastics along with a medal each in athletics and badminton to race past the 150 medal mark. Their irresistible form saw them pick up medals in almost every discipline in show on the day to move well ahead of second-placed Delhi who themselves had quite the outing on Day 5 of the games, amassing nine gold medals, three of them from swimming itself while third in the table Haryana continued to show their might in wrestling.
The hosts spared no expense in taking an outright lead at the top of the table, consolidating their place at the helm after outshining everyone in swimming. Out of the 12 gold medals on hand, Maharashtra nabbed an amazing 4 to their name. The girls gave a standout performance in front of a vociferous home crowd, bringing home medals in U-21 200m medley, 200m backstroke, 4×100 m medley and 200m individual medley.
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In wrestling, Haryana continued their resounding run, outshining everyone with a mindboggling number that sees them register more medals than all the other participating states combined. Haryana who’ve been traditional warhorses in the sport stamped their authority in each of the boy’s and girl’s category, amassing an expansive 50 plus medals to their name with 24 gold medals, 16 silver and 18 bronze. Delhi was the next best-placed side with 10 medals, the 48 medal gap between them and Haryana showing the huge gulf in class between Haryana and everyone else in wrestling.
Gymnastics was wrapped up on Sunday with Maharashtra being crowned champions in the event with a whopping 18 medals in total. Their nine medals on Sunday added to their previous nine medals to take their tally to 8 nine gold, six silver and three bronze medals courtesy of their meticulous performance.
In the team sports, football saw their final group matches being played out in Group B in the U21 boys’ competition. A riveting performance by Punjab saw them rout Manipur 2-0 for their second successive win of the tournament while Goa downed Karnataka 1-0, taking both the sides to the semi-finals with six points each.
Khelo India Youth Games Sunday Results
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Swimming Results (finals):
200m individual medley: 1. Shivaksh Sahu (Chhattisgarh) 2.14.43; 2. Chandru P (Karnataka) 2.14.53; 3. Jagan Nathan P J (Kerala) 2.14.68
800m freestyle: 1. Kushagra Rawat (Delhi) 8.14.31; 2. Sushrut Kapse (Maharashtra) 8.36.89; 3. Vishal Grewal (Delhi) 8.59.91
200m individual medley: 1. Swadesh Mondal (Delhi) 2.13.48; 2. Shoan Ganguly (Goa) 2.17.07; 3. D Adithya (TN) 2.17.28
200m backstroke: 1. Vedant Bapna (Maharashtra) 2.10.46; 2. Nanak Moolchandani (Delhi) 2.11.80; 3. Jaswanth Reddy Yannam (Telangana) 2.16.10
200m individual medley: 1. Yuga Birnale (Maharashtra) 2.32.75; 2. Firdoush Kayamkhani (Rajasthan) 2.35.94; 3. Kalyani Saxena (Gujarat) 2.35.95
200m backstroke: 1. Maana Patel (Gujarat) 2.23.00; 2. Soubrity Mondal (West Bengal) 2.29.80; 3. Yuga Birnale (Maharashtra) 2.34.09
4×100m medley relay: 1. Maharashtra 4.41.17; 2. Tamil Nadu 4.49.33; 3. Gujarat 4.49.86
200m individual medley: 1. Kenisha Gupta (Maharashtra) 2.29.68; 2. Shrungi Bandekar (Goa) 2.32.28; Kanya Nayyar (M.P) 2.33.19
200m backstroke: 1. Suvana Baskar (Karnataka) 2.26.05; 2. Nina Venkatesh (Karnataka) 2.31.00; 3. Shrungi Bandekar (Goa) 2.32.84
4×100m medley relay: 1. Karnataka 4.36.91; 2. Maharashtra 4.43.06; 3. Delhi 4.45.55
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U-17 Women’s 71kg: 1. P. Dhatri (AP) 151 kg, 2. Anjana Sreejith (Krl) 145 kg, 3. Jyoti Yadav (Hrn) 142 kg
U-21 Women’s 71kg: 1. Akshata Kamati (Krn) 176 kg, 2. Lavanya Rai (Krn) 174 kg, 3. PH Roshni (Arn) 167 kg
U-17 Women’s 76kg: 1. Tamanna (Hrn) 172 kg, 2. Shreya Gunamukhi (Mah) 147 kg, 3. Chukka Sri Lakshmi (AP) 139 kg
U-21 Women’s 76kg: 1. R. Arockiya Alish (Tnd) 193 kg, 2. A. Tumina Devi (Mnp) 177 kg, 3. Mayuri Deore (Mah) 176 kg
U-17 Men’s 96kg: 1. Abhimanyu Panday (Pun) 260kg, 2. CH. Rahul Singh (Mnp) 239 kg, 3. Gautam Singh (UP) 236 kg
U-21 Men’s 96kg: 1. Harshit Sehrawat (Del) 291 kg, 2. Kalyan Singh (HP) 281 kg, 3. Kanha Tyagi (MP) 280 kg
Girls U-17 Pin Weight (46kg): Priyanka Borah (Aam) bt Anjali Choudhary (Raj) 5-0; Sanjana (Del) bt Ragini Upadhyay (UP) 5-0; Devika Ghorpade (Mah) bt Oinam Pinky Chanu (Man) 5-0; Rinku (Har) bt Gora Yalung (Aru)
Boys U-17 Light Fly (48kg): Sachin (Har) bt Hikum Haji (Aru) 5-0; Ravi Kashyap (UP) bt Puran Rai (Skm), Naoba Singh (Mah) bt Aditya Gaud (Mah) 4-0
Rhythmic Gymnastics: Individual Hoop: 1. Meghana Reddy (Tel) 11.05; 2. Aditee Dandekar (Mah) 10.45; 3. Mehakpreet Kaur (DL) 10.35
Individual Ball: 1. Aditee Dandekar (Mah) 12.65; 2. Meghana Reddy (Tel) 12.35; 3. Kimaya Kadam (Mah) 11.35
Individual Clubs: 1. Richa Chordia (Mah) 11.65; 2. Aditee Dandekar (Mah) 10.75; 3. Mehakpreet Kaur (DL) 10.00
Individual Ribbon: 1. Aditee Dandekar (Mah) 12.15; 2. Meghana Reddy (Tel) 10.50; 3. Mehakpreet Kaur (DL) 9.55
Men’s Artistic Gymnastics: Individual Parallel Bars: 1. Agnivesh Pandey (UP) 12.45; 2. Arik Dey (Mah) 12.30; 3. Aryan Sharma (PB) 11.25
Individual Horizontal Bar: 1. Arik Dey (Mah) 12.25; 2. Omkar Shinde (Mah) 11.40; 3. Isa Anwar (DL) 11.15
Shooting Results (finals):
Junior (under-21) 10m air rifle mixed team: 1. West Bengal (Abhinav Shaw and Mehuli Ghosh) 501.7; 2. Rajasthan (Manini Kaushik and Divyansh Singh) 496.1; 3. Madhya Pradesh (Shreya Agarwal and Harshit Binjwa) 433.6.
Junior (under-21) 25m pistol women: 1. Devanshi Rana (Delhi) 24; 2. Anjali Choudhary (Haryana) 23; 3. Abhidnya Ashok Patil (Maharashtra) 20 (lost shoot-off with Anjali Choudhary)
Junior (Under-21) mixed team Trap: 1. Madhya Pradesh (Anwer Hassan Khan and Manisha Keer) 35; 2. Delhi (Vrishankaditya Parmar and Kirti Gupta) 32; 3. Maharashtra (Ashutosh Murkute and Sharayu P Dalvi) 27