Haryana emerge champions

Haryana finished with six gold, six silver and one bronze medal, edging out Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu who also had the same number of gold medals but fell short in silver and bronze medal tally.

Delhi discus thrower Arjun and Orissa sprinter Ranjita Mahanta were adjudged the best athletes.

Results: Boys: 200M: Ninave Prateek (Maharashtra) 22.50 seconds, 1; Jatin Jain (Punjab) 22.76, 2; Sojan K Shaji (Kerala) 22.87, 3.

3000M: Indrajeet Patel (UP) 8:27.31, 1; Rahul Kumar Pal (Maharashtra) 8:36.17, 2; Uttara Pal (UP) 8:51.77, 3. 400M hurdles: Durgesh Kumar Pal (Gujarat) 51.57 seconds, 1; Ajay Kumar Mishra (Gujarat) 53.20, 2; S Mervin (TN) 54.04, 3. Triple jump: S N Mohd Salahuddin (TN) 14.65 metres, 1; Karthik U (Keral) 13.14, 2; P D Srinivas Rao (AP) 12.89, 3. Shot put: Susheel Kumar Tripathi (UP) 18.51 metres, 1; Dushyant Dangi (Haryana) 17.27, 2; Vikas Chikara (Delhi) 16.76, 3.

Girls: 200M: Ranjita Mahanta (Orissa) 24.89, 1; S Archana (TN) 25.99, 2; Ammu K (Kerala) 26.11, 3. 400M hurdles: M Sushma (AP) 1:04.08, 1; Anu R (Kerala) 1:04.50, 2; Arpitha M (Karnataka) 1:08.15, 3. High jump: Jinu Maria Manuel (Kerala) 1.58 metres, 1; Sonu (Haryana) 1.55, 2; Shipu Mondal (Bengal) 1.50, 3.

Pole vault: Sinju Prakash M K (Kerala) 2.82 metres, 1; S M Shankari (TN) 2.20, 2.
Javelin: P Madhupriya (TN) 36.37 metres, 1; S Sowmya Devi (TN) 30.78, 2; K Rashmi (Karnataka) 30.73, 3.

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