Avinash Sable, who broke the national record 7 times in a 3 thousand steeplechase event, has done another feat. He made a new national record with a time of 13:25.65 in the 5000 meters race at the Sound Running Track Meet in San Juan Capistrano, USA. Indian army soldiers
This player broke the 30-year-old national record of Bahadur Prasad
India’s Avinash Sable broke Bahadur Prasad’s 30-year-old national record in 5000 meters. 27-year-old Avinash from Maharashtra set a new national record with a timing of 13:25.65 at the Sound Running Track Meet in San Juan Capistrano, USA. Sable finished 12th in this race. Jacob Ingebrigtsen of Norway, who won the 1500m gold in the Tokyo Olympics, was the winner. He completed the race in 13:02.03 seconds.
Set a national record in Birmingham with a time of 13:29.70 s.
Bahadur Prasad set the national record in 1992 in Birmingham with a time of 13:29.70 seconds. Which lasted for 30 years. Avinash is currently in the US in terms of preparations for the international event. Sable is a soldier of the Indian Army and comes from Beed, Maharashtra.
A national record was also made in Tokyo Olympics
Avinash also holds the national record of three thousand meters steeplechases. He did so for the seventh time with timing of 8:16.21 seconds during the Indian Grand Prix-2 in Thiruvananthapuram in March. also set a national record during the Tokyo Olympics last year with a time of 8:18.12 s. He has already qualified for the World Championships to held in Eugene, the USA from July 15 to 24.