Muhammed Anas Wins Gold Medal In 300m Race At Athleticky Mitink Reiter

Updated: 18 August 2019 16:22 IST

Muhammed Anas bagged a gold medal in the 300m race at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter in the Czech Republic.

Muhammed Anas Wins Gold Medal In 300m Race At Athleticky Mitink Reiter
Muhammed Anas nominated for the Arjuna Awards on Saturday. © Twitter

Indian ace athlete Muhammed Anas bagged a gold medal in the 300m race at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter in the Czech Republic on Sunday. The 24-year-old clocked the timing of 32.41 seconds to claim the first spot in the event. India's Nirmal Tom also clinched a bronze medal in the same event by clocking a timing of 33.03 seconds.

The Sports Authority of India (SAI) hailed the duo for winning the medal at the event and tweeted: "Our #TOPSAthlete @muhammedanasyah won a gold in men's 300m at the Athleticky Mitink Reiter 2019 in the Czech Republic in a timing of 32.41 secs. #NirmalTom won bronze in 33.03 secs. Many congratulations!@KirenRijiju @RijijuOffice #Athletics @afiindia."

Earlier, the national record holder won the gold medal in the Kunto Athletics Meet with a timing of 21.18 seconds in the 200m race.

Anas is one of the 19 players who were nominated for the Arjuna Awards on Saturday.

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