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Sumit Antil Secures Gold and Sets New Records in Javelin Throw at Asian Para Games.

Sumit Antil Smashes the World Record in Javelin Throw

Sumit Antil, the ruling Paralympic and best on the planet. Secured a gold decoration while working on his own reality record. In the men’s spear F64 occasion at the Asian Para Games on Wednesday for Javelin Throw.

Sumit took the gold with a surprising toss of 73.29 meters, setting new World, Para Asian, and Games records. One more Indian in real life, Pushpendra Singh sacked a bronze with a toss of 62.06 meters. Sri Lanka’s S Arachchige Kodithuwakku won silver with 64.09m in the Javelin Throw.

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Sumit made a strong beginning with his most memorable toss of 66.22m, easily unparalleled the Games Record of 56.29m he had laid out back in 2018 in Jakarta. His subsequent toss arrived at an amazing distance of 70.48m, coming near his own reality record of 70.83m, which he had set at the World Para Games Titles in Paris recently.

In his third endeavor, he astoundingly broke that record with a huge toss of 73.29m.

India won all out of 42 decorations including 11 gold, 12 silver and 19 bronze awards, sitting fourth in the award count.

Sumit Antil: Awards

Year Award Significance
2021 Khel Ratna Award India’s highest sporting honor
2022 Padma Shri Award Fourth-highest civilian award in India

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