Indian Para Athletes clinch four medals at Asian Road Cycling Championships

Asian Road Cycling Championships

The Asian Road Cycling Championships witnessed a remarkable performance by Indian para-athletes, who secured four medals. The Indian contingent continued to excel, bagging two gold, one silver, and one bronze on the fourth day of competition.

India’s performance at the Asian Road Cycling Championships

In a remarkable display of skill and determination, Harshita Jakhar emerged as a standout performer, claiming a silver medal in the Individual Pursuit of the Women’s Junior category. Clocking an impressive time of 2:32.081s, Jakhar exhibited sheer grit and tenacity throughout the race.

In the Para-Cycling events, Indian athletes continued their winning streak, with Arshad Shaikh securing his third gold medal of the championships. Shaikh’s stellar performance was complemented by Aryavardhan Cheelampalli, who won silver in the Individual Pursuit of the C2 category.

Meanwhile, Jyoti Gaderiya showcased her prowess in the Para Women’s category, clinching her third gold medal in the Individual Pursuit event with a commendable time of 5:19.888s. Suhani Kumari’s commendable 6th-place finish in the Point Race further underscored India’s strong presence in the competition.

With these remarkable achievements, India continued to soar to greater heights in the realm of cycling, inspiring a new generation of athletes and cementing its status as a powerhouse in the sport. The performance of the Indian para-athletes at the Asian Road Cycling Championships has indeed made the nation proud.

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