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Aha!I doubt that three is the age where you start teaching people the brutal economic truths of grown-up commerce.Motoko Rich For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA year ago Anu Raghavan had thoughts about quitting athletics Not included in the Indian Olympic relay team she had taken on the Athletics Federation of India filed a court case wanting to know why she was dropped despite having better timings than the athlete who replaced her In time she realized such answers are as difficult as winning Olympic gold But she hung on turned her focus to the 400m hurdles and a year later; here she is bagging silver at the 22ndAsian Athletics Championships Time is a healer they say Bhubaneswar was seeing better weather after the downpour on Friday With a breeze flowing in from the open end of the stadium and the humidity a shadow of what it was a few days back Raghavanstood in lane seven with a year of frustration pain failure and resentment hovering over the track like a dark cloud India’s Anu Raghavan completed a remarkable turnaround to win silver medal at Asian Athletics Championships PTI As the gun cracked she was smoothly out of her blocks clearing each hurdle At the 300m mark Vietnam’s Nhuyen Thi Huyen on the inside lane surged ahead On the straight the battle was now for silver and bronze With 50 metres to go Raghavandug in showing amazing tenacity grit and a fighting spirit that made her cross the finish line in 5722 her personal best Slightly dazed at the finish line she dropped to her knees almost bowing head on the track It had been two years since her last international competition And she had a medal Above in the stands PT Usha watched what was her pet event some 33 years back Smiling at the reporters and speaking haltingly in Hindi Raghavansaid she would now focus on the 2018 Asian Games “I was a little tense before the race” she said “It’s been two years since I raced internationally I didn’t know who are my opponents” The talk veered around to the vexing issue of her coach and how she would deal with the Athletics Federation of India It’s always been the battle of the personal coach versus the one appointed by the Federation That was exactly what had led toher removal from the National camp before Rio though the federation should have allowedsome leewaywhen it comes to athletes seeking help from personal coaches Speaking about her coach PB Jaikumar a Kerala State Sports Council coach Raghavanonce again said he should be the one coaching her “I am comfortable with him and would like to train in Trivandrum” she said In June at the Federation Cup in Patiala Raghavanhad shattered the meet record registering a personal best of 5739s from her previous best of 5779s Within the space of a month she had broken her own personal best twice Anu praised Huyen’s run which gave Vietnam gold and when asked if she could have stopped the Vietnamese she said “I don’t like front running I always like to come in from the back” But Huyen’s pace on the straight had killed any hopes that Anu might have had of catching her Jaikumar her coach was delighted with her silver and said he did expect her to win and go below 57 seconds “I think she can do 565 at the Asian Games but she told me that she is confident of running 56” Jaikumar was however candid when it came to the Olympics “You need everything in terms of the ingredients like diet training facilities and mental peace to be able to do that timing which will take you to Tokyo 2020” said Jaikumar At the moment Raghavan’s big broad smile is of a mind at rest bereft of turmoil With only six runners competing for the 3000m steeplechase Sudha Singh the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games champion had to contend with the clock too Winning was a formality in such a weakened field She led from the start with all the runners in a bunch for the first two laps before Sudha pulled away realizing the lap times were terribly slow In the end she won with lots to spare as the packed Kalinga Stadium roared her on Sudha won gold with a timing of 9:5947 Her personal best is 9:2655 clocked at the 2016 Diamond League in Shanghai Slowly coming back after a bout of swine flu during the Rio Olympics it has taken time for Sudha to comeback into her stride With a ticket confirmed for London Sudha said she would try and break the national record at the World Championships “The humidity is a factor here” she said “I have been training in Dharamshala and those conditions are different If I am unable to create a new national record in London then I will do it at the Commonwealth Games and then the Asian Games” Fans at The Kalinga were witness to some high level of competition in the hammer and the men’s high jump Dilshod Nazarov the reigning Olympic Champion won the gold in the hammer with a throw of 7669m At Rio he had won gold with a throw of 7868m Tajikistan’s Nazarov has won the last three consecutive Asian Games gold medals and apart from participating in four consecutive Olympic Games has also competed in six World Championships In the high jump arena only two competitors were left when China’s Zhang Guowei successfully cleared 228m Silver Medalist at the 2015 World Championships Zhang did an early celebration as he thought the jump was enough to give him the gold But South Korea’s Woo Sanghyeok whose personal best was 229 cleared 230 challenging Zhang It shouldn’t have been a problem with Zhang who has done 238m but it just wasn’t his night; failing with three attempts Secure that the gold was his the South Korean then went for 232 but couldn’t achieve it in his three attempts An angry Zhang took off his vest and threw it on the track For someone who has consistently jumped between 232 and 238 the gold had been gifted away For the fans it was a night of world class jumping Two bronze medals came India’s way in the women’s triple jump when Sheena NV trailing for much of the way jumped 1342m to clinch the bronze while in the men’s 400m hurdles Kerala’s Jabir MP clocked a personal best of 5022 to win a bronze medal For the 20-year-old this was his first international competition Jabir had timed in at 5147 at the Federation Cup Flush with confidence he said “I will try and qualify for the World Championships at the Inter-State Meet in Guntur” The Indian women’s 4X100 relay team also picked up a bronze; Merlin K Joseph Himashree Roy Srabani Nanda and Dutee Chand beating back some tough competition from Thailand and Malaysia In fact India could have finished with a silver but a slow baton exchange between Srabani and Dutee saw the 100m bronze medalist having to make up ground to ensure a 3rd place for the delighted Indian women’s team India clocked in at 4457 with China taking silver at 4450 and Kazakhstan winning gold with a time of 4353 With India on top with 7 gold 4 silver and 9 bronze and a total of 20 medals ahead of China who have 5 gold 6 silver and 4 bronze for a tally of 15 PT Usha has promised a 800m gold on Sunday the last day of competition from Tintu Luka “She will take the gold and qualify for the World Championships” said Usha For those coming in on Sundayto watch Luka and the show-stopper Neeraj Chopra the junior World javelin Champion one hope’s there are no twists in what has till now been a winning script Written by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: May 3 2012 12:04 am Related News Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is keen on initiating trade links between India and Pakistan from Hussainiwala border in Ferozepur? “This city is of the builder,the gap between teachers and students has become smaller and the relation of respect has changed into that of friendship. 2017 19:55 PM Tags : New Delhi: As debate on demonetisation rages on across the nation, a book on all the films that I have done. stuff like that. at the trailer launch of Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif-starrer “Phantom” here on Saturday. http://t. In turn Sharma too sees a strong build up in the way the Korean team prepares.

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