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Vikkas Prabhakar emerges fastest male swimmer; Siva Sridhar claims double gold medals at Khelo India University Games 2022 Uttar Pradesh

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  •  Talented Aneesh Gowda wins first gold of the Games
  • India international Hriday Hazarika wins men’s 10m air rifle
  • KIIT, Bhubaneshwar win women’s rugby sevens

Lucknow/Noida/Delhi: Results came thick and fast on competition day four of the Khelo India University Games (KIUG) 2022 Uttar Pradesh (UP), the first day when medals were won, as Vikkas Prabhakar of SRM University, Tamil Nadu, emerged the fastest male swimmer of the Games and Siva Sridhar of Jain University, Karnataka, became the first double gold medallist. Also, hogging the limelight was India international shooter Hriday Hazarika, who won the men’s 10m air rifle event for Cotton University of Assam.

Vikkas won the men’s 50m freestyle dash at Greater Noida’s Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik (SVSP) indoor stadium, with a timing of 23.47. There was a dead-heat for silver as both Veer Khatkar of Maharshi Dayanand University and Shailesh Shwejal of Savitribai Phule Pune University, MS came in second with 24.02 secs. Earlier in the day, the talented Aneesh Gowda of Christ University (deemed) bagged the first gold of the Games with a win in the men’s 400m freestyle. He also won a bronze later in the day. However, the pool clearly belonged to Siva Sridhar of Jain University on the day, as he nailed a couple of golds with wins in the men’s 200m medley and the men’s 100m backstroke.

KIIT Bhubaneshwar romp to women’s Rugby Sevens title

At Lucknow’s Guru Gobind Singh Sports College (GGSSC) grounds, Kalinga Institute of Information Technology (KIIT), Bhubaneshwar, romped home to the women’s Rugby Sevens crown with a dominating 56-0 win over University of Mumbai. Nirmalya led the lines admirably for the women from Odisha with three tries (15 points) to her name.

The men’s final on the other hand was a close affair and in the end Pune’s Bharatiya Vidyapeeth overcame KIIT, Bhubaneshwar 19-10 to clinch the crown. While Bharat’s two tries for Pune were crucial, KIIT’s Jugal also matched him with two tries of his own.

Medal Winners of the 50 M 3 P Team Event

India internationals bag first two Shooting golds

At the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting range in New Delhi where the Shooting competition got underway, both the gold medals up for grabs were bagged by India international shooters. The first was won by Hriday Hazarika for Assam’s Cotton University, when he outshot Guru Kashi University’s Arjun Babuta 252.5 to 250.8 in the final. Hriday is fresh from winning a world cup silver for India at Baku just over a week back. His India teammate Ashi Chouksey won the women’s 50m rifle 3 positions gold for Guru Nanak Dev University with a score of 461.6. Her college and India teammate Sift Kaur Samra won the silver with a score of 457.7.

Table Tennis Medallists to be decided tomorrow

SRM University, Chennai will face off against Adamas University, Kolkata for the Gold Medal in the women’s category while Chitkara University will fight it against Chandigarh University for the Gold in the men’s category.

Results of the Day so far

Volleyball Women (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

SRM University, Chennai df Panjab University, Chandigarh 3 – 1 (20 – 25, 25 – 16, 25 – 17, 25 – 15); Punjabi U, Patiala df Mahatma Gandhi U, Kottayam – 3 – 1 ( 25 – 16, 22 – 25, 25 – 20, 25 – 19); GNDU, Amritsar beat Sri Kushal Das University – 3 – 1 ( 22 – 25, 25 – 20, 25 – 16, 25 – 21)

Volleyball Men (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

University of Madras df Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune 3 – 0 ( 25 – 20, 25 – 19, 25 – 18)

SRM University beat University of Calicut – 3 – 2 ( 25 – 16, 18 – 25, 20 – 25, 27 – 25, 15 – 11)

Kurukshetra University beat Mangalore University – 3 – 2 ( 22 – 25, 23 – 25, 25 – 19, 25 – 14, 15 – 13)

Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth beat Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathawada University – 3 -2 (22 – 25, 21 – 25, 25 – 18, 25 – 21, 15 – 12)

Bharati Vidyapeeth Winners of Rugby Mens Gold

Rugby Sevens Men (GGSSC, Lucknow)

KIIT, Bhubaneshwar df Lovely Professional U 29-0 (semi-final); Bharti Vidyapeeth df Chandigarh U 38-12 (semi-final)

LPU df Chandigarh U 19-0 to win bronze

Bharati Vidyapeeth, Pune df KIIT, Bhubaneshwar – 19-10 to win Gold

Calicut U df Lalit Narayana Mithila U 34-12; Mumbai U df Shivaji U 29-5; Bharati Vidyapeeth U, Pune df Shivaji U 29-0; Chandigarh U df University of Mumbai 28-12; KIIT U, Bhubaneshwar df University Calicut 22-5; Mumbai U df Calicut U 22-21; LNMU df Shivaji U 20-10

Basketball Men (GB University, Greater Noida)

Swarnim Gujarat Sports University, Gandhinagar df Mahatma Gandhi U, Kottayam 67-65

Jain University, Karnataka df Swarnim Gujarat Sports Univeristy, Gandhinagar 102-68

Mahatma Gandhi Univerity, Kottayam df University of Madras, Chennai 89-85

Jamia Milia Islamia df Panjabi U 92-90

Panjab U df Kurukshetra U 93-62

Vikkas Prabhakar

Basketball Women (GB University, Greater Noida)

Panjab U df Banaras Hindu U 94-43; Guru Nanak Dev U df Laxmibai National Institute of Physical Education 73-66; SRM U, Chennai df MG U, Kottayam 68-54

Football Women (Ekana Sportz City, Lucknow)

CBLU, Bhiwani dr Guru Jambeshwar U 1-1

 Kabaddi Women (SVSP stadium, Greater Noida)

University of Mumbai df Guru Nanak Dev U 22-5 (semi-final)

Himachal Pradesh U, Simla df C.R.S.U, Jind 31-22 (semi-final)

Kurukshetra U, Haryana, df University of Burdwan 50-27

Kabaddi Men (SVSP stadium, Greater Noida)

C.U., Mohali df SRM U, Chennai 33-32 (semi-final)

Guru Kashi U, Talwani Sabo df VELS U, Tamil Nadu 57-39 (semi-final)

Football Men (GGSSC, Lucknow)

M.G. U, Kottayam dr Adamas U, Kolkata 2-2

Baba Sant Singh Bhag University, Punjab beat Panjab University – 3 – 2

Rugby Women (GGSSC, Lucknow)

Chandigarh U df Patliputra U 20-0; LNMU df KISS 20-0; Chandigarh U df LNMU 10-5; Patliputra dr KISS 0-0

Mumbai U df Guru Nanak Dev U 22-5 (semi-final); KIIT, Bhuvaneshwar df Shivaji U 24-5 (semi-final);

Shivaji U df Guru Nanak Dev U 41-0 to win bronze

KIIT, Bhubaneshwar df Mumbai U 56-0 to win gold

Mallakhamb Women (B.B.D. University, Lucknow)

Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University- Total Score (Pole+Rope): 60.5

Vikram University- Total Score (Pole+Rope): 75.05

University of Mumbai (Pole+Rope)- Total Score: 82.45

Savitribai Phule Pune U, MS (Rope+Pole)- 77.60

Osmania U (Rope+Pole)- 54.65

Swimming (SVSP stadium, Gautam Buddh Nagar)

400m Freestyle Men- Aneesh Gowda 4.03.01 (1) Christ U, Anurag Singh 4.10.52 (2) University of Delhi Institute of Eminence, Krishna Rajendra Gadhak 4.12.59 (3) University

40mm Freestyle Women- Preetha V 4.45.36 (1) Bangalore U, Pratyasa Ray 4.53.00 (2) Utkal U, Maanya Mukta Mahesh 4.53.37 (3) University of Madras

Siva Sridhar

200m medley, Men- Siva Sridhar 2.08.67 (1) Jain U, Rohit Benedicton 2.09.54 (2) Anna U, Aneesh Gowda 2.12.23 (3) Chirst deemed to be University

4*200m Freestyle Women- Jain U 9.44.54 (1), University of Madras 9.46.21 (2), University of Delhi Institution of Eminence 9.46.78 (3)

200m Breaststroke Men- Danush S 2.23.11 (1) Jain U, Aditya Dubey 2.25.30 (2) Chandigarh U, L. Manikanta 2.25.75 (3) Jain u

200m Breaststroke Women- Kalyani Saxena 2.49.46 (1) Sarvajanik U, Surat, Aarti Patil 2.51.15 (2) University of Mumbai, Antara Datta 2.51.26 (3) Calcutta U

100m Backstroke Men- Siva Sridhar 58.09 (1) Jain U, Rohit Benedicton 58.96 (2) Anna U, Siddhant Sejwal 59.33 (3) Panjab U

100m Backstroke Women- Pratyasa Ray 1.08.58 (1) Utkal U, Shrungi Bandekar 1.08.77 (2), Bharti X 1.12.31 (3) University of Delhi Institute of Eminence

50m Freestyle Men- Vikkas Prabhakar 23.47 (1) SRM U, Veer Khatkar 24.02 (2) Maharshi Dayanand U, Shailesh Shwejal 24.02 (2) Savitribai Phule Pune U, MS

Medal Winners of the 10 M Air Rifle Team Event Men

Shooting (Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range, Delhi)

Men’s 10m Air Rifle- Hriday Hazarika 252.5 (1) Cotton U, Arjun Babuta 250.8 (2) Guru Kashi U, Pratham Bhadana 229.6 (3) Chaudhary Charan Singh U

Men’s 10m Air Rifle Team- Shivaji U 1881.6 (1), Punjabi U 1872 (2), Chaudhary Charan Singh U 1870.3 (3)

50m Rifle 3 Positions Women Team- Manipal U 1735 (1), Punjabi U 1712-59x (2), Guru Nanak Dev U 1712-29x (3)

Medal Winners of 10 M Air Rifle

50m Rifle 3 Positions Women- Ashi Chouksey 461.6 (1) Guru Nanak Dev U, Sift Kaur Samra 457.7 (2) Guru Nanak Dev U, Nishchal 446.9 (3) Mumbai U.


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