Pavithra Venkatesh of Periyar College set a brand new video games file in ladies’s pole vault, scaling a top of 4.01m on the opening day of observe and discipline competitions on the Khelo India College Video games in Bengaluru on Saturday.
Pavithra’s mark was additionally a brand new All India Universities file, erasing her personal earlier mark of 4.00m, set earlier this 12 months. There have been record-breaking performances in each the boys’s and girls’s discus throw as nicely, with Abhinav (Pretty Skilled) and Tanuja (Maharshi Dayanand) triumphing.
In males’s hockey, Bangalore Metropolis College entered the ultimate following a 5-3 win on penalties over Savitribai Phule College. Within the summit conflict, it’s going to tackle Guru Nanak Dev College which overcame Punjabi College.
The outcomes (winners all): Athletics: Males: 100m: A. Vignesh (Mangalore), 10.50s (NMR; Outdated: 10.68, G. Kathiravan, 2020); 1500m: Ankit Malik (Maharshi Dayanand) 3:53.45; Lengthy soar: V. Sriram (SRM), 7.31m; Discus: Abhinav (Pretty Skilled), 54.46m (NMR; Outdated: 50.47, Praveen Kumar Nehra, 2020).
Girls: 100m: Dutee Chand (KIIT) 11.68; 1500m: Radha Singh (Mangalore), 4:31.43; Pole Vault: Pavithra Venkatesh (Periyar) 4.01 (NMR; Outdated: 3.60m, Babita Patel, 2020) (New AIU file; Outdated: 4.00m, Pavithra, 2022); Discus: Tanuja (Maharshi Dayanand), 47.07m (NMR; Outdated: 46.64m, Seema, 2020).
Hockey (semifinals): Males: Guru Nanak Dev 0 bt Punjabi College 0 [5-3 on penalties]; Bangalore Metropolis College 2 (Harish Mutagar 15, Vasant Kumar Gokavi 58) bt Savitribai Phule Pune 2 (Mayur Dhanawade 31, 54) [5-3 on penalties].