Patiala: Odisha’s ace sprinter Dutee Chand clocked 11.17 seconds to improve her previous national 100m record of 11.24 secs at the Indian Grand Prix IV here, yesterday.
However, she fell short of the Tokyo Olympic qualification time of 11.15 secs.
Daneshwari AT clocked 11.48 secs to finish second while Himashree Roy was third with a time of 11.17 secs.
On the very day, Dutee Chand also anchored India A women’s 4x100m relay team to gold medal with a national record of 43.37 seconds at the sporting event.
Running in lane 3, India A quartet of Archana S, Dhanalakshmi, Hima Das and Dutee Chand clocked 43.37 seconds which was better than the previous record of 43.42 seconds posted by the national squad in 2016.
India B team clocked 48.02 secs while Maldives were distant third with a time of 50.74 secs.