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Jyothi Yarraji: Jyoti Yarraji Overcame Obstacles, Breaks National Record |

Taking part in his first international race in Europe, he had no idea when the race started.

Delhi: Jyoti Yararajinam (Jyothi Yarraji(At the International Athletics Meeting in Cyprus)Cyprus international meeting100 meters with a time of 13.23 seconds Win the obstacle course New national record (New National Sales) Done. Jyoti, a 22-year-old from Andhra Pradesh, won a gold medal at the competition held in Limassol. A little over a month ago, her national record-breaking performance was not due to the wireless help of legal limits. The old record was held by Anuradha Biswal in 2002 with 13.38 seconds. The Cyprus International Meet is a World Athletics Subdivision Tour Class D Challenger competition. Jyoti clocked 13.09 seconds at the Fed Cup in Kozhikode last month, but she lost due to a wind speed of 2.1 meters per second and a valid limit of 2.0 meters per second. Jyoti also clocked 13.03 seconds at the 2020 Indian Intercollegiate Athletics Championships. But she was not questioned by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) during the competition. She lost because there was no technical representative from the Athletics Federation of India. She now, however, has taken out Vijayshree.

Jyothi Yarraji finally broke the long-standing Indian record in the women’s 100m hurdles with a winning performance of 13.23s (-0.1m/s) at the Cyprus International Athletics Meeting today in Limassol. afiindia #athleticsindian adille1 pic.twitter.com/IIk47r2i57

– Rahul PAWAR (rahuldpawar) May 10, 2022

It is not clear if the match has started

Taking part in his first international race in Europe, he had no idea when the race started. ‘In India they use manual guns to start the race, but in Europe they use electronic starters. He didn’t know the sound, so he didn’t know when the race started. I started running when I saw other players start,’ says Yarraji.

Record in 13.38 seconds in 2002

The old record was held by Anuradha Biswal in 2002 with 13.38 seconds. The Cyprus International Meet is a World Athletics Subdivision Tour Class D Challenger competition. Jyoti posted a time of 13.09 seconds at the Federation Cup in Kozhikode last month, but lost due to a wind speed of 2.1 meters per second and a valid limit of 2.0 meters per second.

At that moment, she was defeated.

Jyoti also clocked 13.03 seconds at the 2020 Indian Intercollegiate Athletics Championships. But she was not questioned by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) during the competition. She lost because there was no technical representative from the Athletics Federation of India. She now, however, has achieved a victory.

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