Twenty-year-old Deepthi Jeevanji of Warangal set the track on fire at the World Para Athletics championship now in progress in Kobe, Japan. She set a new world record as she blazed her way to victory in the 400 metres race in the T20 category.

The T20 category is meant for participants who are intellectually


With a new world record of 55.06 seconds, she not only lifted the gold medal but also ensured that she will be eligible to take part in the World Paralympics Games which are set to be held after the Paris Olympics later this year. In the process, she shattered the earlier record of 55.12 seconds held by USA’s Breanna Clark.
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