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Commonwealth Games 2022: Indian triathlon blended relay crew finishes tenth

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India completed tenth within the triathlon blended crew relay last of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday.

CWG: Indian triathlon blended relay crew finishes tenth (AP Photo)

HIGHLIGHTSIndia completed tenth within the triathlon blended crew relay lastIndia had been 15:03 behind gold winners England (1:16:40)Wales and Australia received silver and bronze respectively

India completed tenth within the triathlon blended crew relay last of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Sunday.

The Indian quartet of Adarsh Muralidharan, Nair Sinimol, Pragnya Mohan, Vishwanath Yadav and Sanjana Sunil Joshi clocked a complete time of 1:31:43 within the three-event competitors.

India had been 15:03 behind gold winners England (1:16:40). Wales and Australia received silver and bronze respectively.

Each blended crew relay contains two males and two ladies. Starting with a person, the crew can alternate with every athlete finishing a 300m swim, 5km cycle and 2km run earlier than tagging their teammate in a relay format.

Triathlon are making its third successive Commonwealth Games look at Birmingham 2022. After debuting at Manchester in 2002, it remained on the programme in Melbourne in 2006 however didn’t make one other look till Glasgow in 2014. Para Triathlon made its Games debut at Gold Coast 2018.

Incorporating three different disciplines in a single occasion makes it a really bodily demanding sport. The race begins with a swim, shifting on cycle and a prolonged run to finish the proceedings.

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