Vikinder bags top honours in single sculls event
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Vikinder Kumar bagged top honours clocking 4:04.48, while Jagmeet timed 4:07.44 to came second in the men's 100m race in the single sculls event in the Chandigarh State Senior Rowing Championship for Men and Women at the Lake Club on Saturday. Rajinder Singh (4:12.17) and Gurmej Singh (4:21.27) finished third and fourth respectively. In the women's section, Monalisa (4:36.83), and Avantika (4:56.07) grabbed first and second spots respectively, in the single sculls event.
Single Sculls (M1X): 1 Vikinder Kumar (4:04.48), 2 Jagmeet (4:07.44), 3 Rajinder Singh (4:12.17), Gurmej Singh (4:21.27).
Lightweight Double Sculls (LM2X): 1 Saurav and Gurmej Singh (3:32.48), 2 Sharma Singh and Shishan Pal (3:49.52), 3 Rajinder Singh and Ravinderjit Singh (4:07.29), 4 Manjeet Singh and Jaswinder Singh (4:11.45), 5 Kanwar Pal Singh and Babbu Singh (4:12.62), 6 Harish Singh and Gulshan (4:12.76).
Coxless Pairs (M2-): 1 Tarsem Singh and Jaibit Singh (3:41.60), 2 Kuldeep Singh and Vipan Kamboj (3:57.63), 3 Jagsir Singh and Gurjant Singh (4:06.36), 4 Manish Samdhian and Sushil Kumar (4:17.39), 5 Narender Singh and Paras (4:42.86).
Coxless Fours (M4-): 1 Pawanjit Singh, Harkamal Jit, 2 Singh, Navdeep Singh and Kuldeep Singh (3:31.12), 2 Jaibir Singh, Tarsem Singh, Gurjant Singh and Jagsir Singh (3:41.07), 3 Narender Kumar, Manish Samdhian, Sushil Kumar and Paras (3:47.33), 4 Angrej Singh, Jagraj Singh, 5 Tarsam Singh and Ravi Kumar (3:52.41).
Single Sculls (W1X): 1 Monalisa (4:36.83), 2 Avantika (4:56.07)
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