‘Run Fearlessly’: Anand Mahindra Congratulates Dutee Chand After Historic 100m Gold at World University Games

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The 23-year-old had qualified for the finals with a 11.41 seconds finish in the semifinal heats.

Dutee Chand, ace Indian sprinter, has become the first Indian athlete to clinch a gold medal in women’s 100-metre sprint at the 30th Summer University Games in Naples, Italy.

She clocked 11.32 seconds.

The 23-year-old had qualified for the finals with a 11.41 seconds finish in the semifinal heats.

She was the first Indian to qualify for the 100-metre final.

For achieveing such a remarkable feet wishes pour in from all corners, including one from Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group.

Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to congratulate Dutee.

His tweet was in response to Union Minister Kiren Rijiju’s post.

The 64-year-old business tycoon wrote, “Way to go @DuteeChand !

The 100m sprint is the most exciting event in athletics.

It’s a display of sheer physical ability and power.

What a delight to see an Indian athlete power her way to the front, leaving all others behind…”

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