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Indian 4x400m Combined relay team finishes 7th in World C’ships

Last updated on October 2, 2019

The Indian 4x400m combined relay team finished seventh at the last race of the World Championships with a season best campaign .

The group of Muhammed Anas, V K Vismaya, Jisna Mathew and Tom Nirmal Noah spanned 3 minute 15.77 minutes to finish in the area of eight states on Sunday.

It had been only a bit slower than the 3:15.71 clocked by the Indian group whilst winning gold at the Asian Games last year.

Anas started the race number 8 and early in the next leg, Vismaya was operating . Third leg runner Jisna collided with another leg runner of some other nation after amassing the baton out of Vismaya, causing the loss of critical moment though India was in the previous place at the moment.

Noah recovered somewhat but India stopped at seventh at the end, before Brazil. United States took the gold in world record time of 3:09.34 at the function that was making introduction from the championships.

The Indian group had finished third in its heat and overall on Saturday with a time of 3:16.14 to be eligible for the finals, which had guaranteed that a Tokyo Olympics berth to the nation.