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Federation Cup: Anu Rani leaves home behind, sets national record and earns ticket to World Championship


It has been over a year since national lance champion Anu Rani went to her home at Bahadurpur in Meerut area. It's one of only a handful few "penances" she has needed to make. Her execution on Sunday reaffirmed her that the little gives up are justified, despite all the trouble, for the 24-year-old demonstrated her penances are justified, despite all the trouble, as she not just bettered the national record, which she herself had held, additionally fit the bill for the London World Championship. 

Anu tossed the lance to a separation of 61.86m to better her own particular prior national sign of 60.01m in the last occasion of the opposition. The qualifying mark for the World Championships remains at 61.40m. 

It's no occurrence that the 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist's chart has started to shoot after she started to prepare under previous Commonwealth bronze medallist Kashinath Naik in 2013. He seems to be fussy, something of a drill sergeant, with limitations on mobile phones, motion pictures and Facebook amid the national camps in Patiala. 

Truth be told, she hasn't been to a film corridor in her life. "I don't know how a motion picture theater seems as though," she says, with a wide grin. However, soon takes after a disclaimer, "Kashi sir is not as strict as he appears." She says he reveals to her that surrendering the little delights of life will prove to be fruitful in the more drawn out run. 

Clearly, she unmistakably gets his message. "When they win a decoration at the world level, then they can do whatever they like. We need be totally centered around our objective. These young ladies avoid their families so long and I resemble a parent to them," says Kashinath, who likewise prepares London-bound Davinder Singh. 

The mentor screens his competitors on the field as well as off it also. One of Kashinath's students, from Assam, says she barely misses home because of his care. "We resemble a family. We are near sir's better half and child as well," says Anu, who has taken a pledge that she will join Facebook in the wake of winning an award at the wold title. 

Once a while Kashinath treats his learners to his better half's uncommon uthappam. Anu's treat is expected after her execution on Sunday. Yet, she should hold up two or three days as her dad, Amar Pal, has asked for the mentor to take her home. "There won't be any festivals," he says. 

Amar Pal, a rancher, ventured out to Patiala to cheer his little girl, as he had been since 2008, when the competitor initially made her check. Like most Indian guardians he's a commentator as well. "Thoda aur khulke marna tha (You ought to have opened up more)," he was exhorting Anu. 

At first, as most Indian guardians, he was wary of her little girl seeking after games. Be that as it may, he wound up plainly persuaded in the wake of watching her charge well at different junior level occasions. Anu will make a beeline for London for the World Championships in August however doesn't know whether she would investigate the city. "Agar mentor saab permit karenge toh". Obviously, the mentor's nearness is consoling for her dad. "She won't be diverted," he says. 

Other than Anu and Davinder, Manpreet Kaur (shot put) and Neeraj Chopra (lance) have fit the bill for the World Championship. 

Twofold pleasure for Delhi kid 

A day subsequent to winning the 800m race, beating prepared competitors like Jinson Johnson, Amoj Jacob concocted another eminent show in 400m. His 46.26m run helped him beat veterans Arokia Rajiv (46.64s) and Sachin Roby of Kerala (46.87s). 

Odisha's Dutee Chand showed signs of improvement of state-mate Srabani Nanda in 100m. Dutee's exertion (11.48s) was praiseworthy considering the horrendous warmth at the setting. Nanda timed 11.57s. 

Haryana's Nirmala Devi, who'd participated at the Rio Olympics, additionally met all requirements for the World Championships. Nirmala won gold decoration in the ladies' 400m race with a meet-record timing of 51.28 seconds. 

The World Championships qualifying mark for ladies' 400m is set at 52.10 seconds. Nirmala was prevailing in her race, abandoning prepared runner MR Poovama of Karnataka. 

Poovama came a removed second with a planning of 52.70 seconds while Debashree Mazumdar of West Bengal guaranteed the bronze in 53.59 seconds.

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