Tokyo Olympics: Tokyo-bound discus thrower Kamalpreet improves on own National Record with 66.59m throw

Tokyo Olympics: Tokyo 2020 bound discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur is in no mood of stopping as the 25-year-old has broken the national record.
Tokyo Olympics: Tokyo 2020 bound discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur is in no mood of stopping as the 25-year-old has broken the national record.

Tokyo Olympics: Tokyo-bound discus thrower Kamalpreet improves on own National Record with 66.59m throw – Tokyo 2020 bound discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur is in no mood of stopping before the showpiece event as the 25-year-old has broken the national record — for the second time in the last four months — at the Indian Grand Prix IV, here on Monday.

Kamalpreet Kaur hurled the discus 66.59m, comfortably shattering her own previous national record of 65.06m set in March 2021 on the final day of the Federation Cup.

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Kamalpreet throws at the Indian Grand Prix IV were: 63.41m x x 62.33m 66.59m x.
Sports Authority of India also came forward to congratulate Kamalpreet on this brilliant feat.

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“Many congratulations to #Tokyo2020 bound discus thrower Kamalpreet Kaur who created a new national record of 66.59m at the Indian Grand Prix 4 in Patiala. She broke her own previous record of 65.06m. #Cheer4India,” SAI Media tweeted