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Sufia Yasmin shines

Hailakandi, Feb. 14: Sufia Yasmin Laskar and Satyajit Ghosh were adjudged best female and male athletes respectively for the Haran Chandra Das Trophy and the Mrinal Kanti Sinha Trophy. They also received Rs 1,000 each, in the first annual sports meet of Silchar Sporting Club at their own ground yesterday.

Laskar and Ghosh annexed double crowns bagging the womenís and menís 100-metre and 200-metre gold medals respectively.

Sakil Ahmed Laskar and Kiranmoy Paul bagged the silver and bronze respectively in the menís 100-metres while Uttam Das and Kingkhetomba Singha finished second and third respectively in menís 200metres.

In the womenís 100metres, Farida Parvin Laskar and Mamata Fulmali bagged the silver and bronze medals respectively while Mamata and Farida finished second and third respectively in the 200-metre sprint.

Sufia Yasmin Laskar won the womenís discus and javelin throw gold.

Farida and Bishahari Das won the silver and bronze respectively in discus while Salu Begum Talukdar and Apimoni Laskar finished second and third respectively in javelin. Sufia also won the womenís long jump gold, while Apimoni and Salu finished second and third respectively. In menís 400metres race, Satyajit Ghosh, Uttam Das and Sakil Ahmed secured the first three positions respectively.

Kingkhetomba Singha bagged the menís 800metres gold followed by Hussain Md Ikbal Laskar and Samsul Hussain. In the womenís equal distance event, Apimoni, Mamata and Begum Jahanara Laskar finished the first three respectively.

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