Eyes were running off : Dutee Chand

By- Puneet Tripathi

Speaking After winning the Asian Silver Medal, the two- eyes were running off

Jakarta: Afte winning the silver in women's 100 meter race in the 18th Asian Games here on Sunday, Indian fast runner Dutee said that she was running blindly . The IAAF had suspended Dutee in 2014 under their Hyperendrogenism policy, due to which they were expelled from the Indian contingent of that year's Commonwealth Games.
 
Dute, 22, from Odisha filed an appeal in the Sports Arbitration Against the IAAF's decision and returned with a win in this case. He is taking part in his first Asian Games Duyi said, '2014 was a bad year for me. People were talking about me in many ways. The same girl returned today and was successful in winning the medal for the country. This is a big success for me. '

He said, "In the initial 20 meters of the semi-final I did not run fast. My coach told me about this and said that I have to start fast. In the first 40 meters in the final I ran quite fast. I was running blindly . Without thinking about medal, I was trying to improve my time. '

Dutee said, "When I opened my eyes, the race was over. I did not know what happened. People said that I have won the medal but I did not believe that I took the flag only after seeing the result on the screen. "Due to the number seven lane, 11.32 sec took the time of the time, which was less than their national record of 11.29 s is.

Bahrain's Odieg Eiddyong won the gold medal with a timing of 11.30 seconds while China's Wei Jongli won bronze from 11.33 seconds. India last won the medal in the 100 meters women's events of the Asian Games in 1998, when Richa Mistry was successful in winning the bronze medal.

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