Greece: India’s Murali Sreeshankar created history in Greece, won gold medal in long jump

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Greece/Delhi: Indian athletes are now slowly showing their strength all over the world. On one hand, in the Olympics, Neeraj Chopra created a new history by winning the gold medal in Javelin Throw. At the same time, an athlete from India has brought laurels to the country in the long jump. Indian athlete Murali Sreeshankar has managed to create a new history by winning the gold medal in Greece with a jump of 8.31 meters, despite being behind his own national record.

Murali Sreeshankar has done an amazing job of winning gold by making a historic jump in the 12th International Jumping Meet in Greece. Sreeshankar, who has played in Tokyo Olympics, holds the national record of 8.36m. In this competition, Sweden’s Tobias Montler won the silver medal with a jump of 8.27 meters while France’s Jules Pomery got the bronze medal. Only the top three players could go beyond eight metres.

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The Athletics Federation of India tweeted, “Srishankar jumped 8.31m in the 12th International Jumping Meet in Kalithia, Greece.” Sreeshankar, competing in his first international event since the Olympics, jumped 7.88m and 7.71m in practice yesterday. Was. Murali Sreeshankar Murali Sreeshankar | Image Credits: Twitter HighlightsMurali Sreeshankar created history in Greece by winning the gold medal in the long jump, winning the gold medal even after being behind his national record

Indian athletes are now slowly showing their strength all over the world. On one hand, in the Olympics, Neeraj Chopra created a new history by winning the gold medal in Javelin Throw. At the same time, an athlete from India has brought laurels to the country in the long jump. Indian athlete Murali Sreeshankar has managed to create a new history by winning the gold medal in Greece with a jump of 8.31 meters, despite being behind his own national record.

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Murali Sreeshankar has done an amazing job of winning gold by making a historic jump in the 12th International Jumping Meet in Greece. Sreeshankar, who has played in Tokyo Olympics, holds the national record of 8.36m. In this competition, Sweden’s Tobias Montler won the silver medal with a jump of 8.27 meters while France’s Jules Pomery got the bronze medal. Only the top three players could go beyond eight metres. The Athletics Federation of India tweeted, “Srishankar jumped 8.31m in the 12th International Jumping Meet in Kalithia, Greece.” Sreeshankar, competing in his first international event since the Olympics, jumped 7.88m and 7.71m in practice yesterday. Was.

The Kerala athlete had jumped 8.14 and 8.17 meters in the first India Open Jumps Meet of the season. He broke his own national record in the Federation Cup in Kozhikode.

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