India's Pranati Nayak clinches bronze at Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships

Pranati Nayak qualified for vault finals with a sixth place, came up with a score of 13.384 to claim the bronze medal. She had scored 13.400 and 13.367 in the first and second vault respectively.

Press Trust of India June 21, 2019 19:13:13 IST
India's Pranati Nayak clinches bronze at Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships
  • Indian gymnast Pranati Nayak on Friday clinched a bronze medal in vault event at the Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships

  • The 23-year-old from West Bengal, who had qualified for vault finals with a sixth place, came up with a score of 13.384 to claim the bronze medal.

  • China's Yu Linmin (14.350) and Japan's Ayaka Sakaguchi (13.584) won the gold and silver medal at the event.

New Delhi: Indian gymnast Pranati Nayak on Friday clinched a bronze medal in vault event at the Senior Asian Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

The 23-year-old from West Bengal, who had qualified for vault finals with a sixth place, came up with a score of 13.384 to claim the bronze medal. She had scored 13.400 and 13.367 in the first and second vault respectively.

China's Yu Linmin (14.350) and Japan's Ayaka Sakaguchi (13.584) won the gold and silver medal at the event.

"I have been training her since she was 16 years and so it is a big thing for me and the country. I feel blessed that Pranati has been able to win the medal," Pranati's coach Minara Begum said.

Riyaz Bhati, vice-President of Gymnastic Federation of India (GFI), also congratulated Pranati for the feat.

"I am extremely happy for Pranati Nayak as she secured a medal at the Asian Championships. She deserved an International medal for long and today is the day where she joins the club of International medallist from India and its a great day for Indian Gymnastic," he said.

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