17-yr-old Vadodara Girl Lakshita wins 2 silver medals in France

Vadodara (Gujarat) [India]: Lakshita Shandilya, a 17-year old girl from Vadodara won 2 silver medals in running competitors at ISF World School Gymnasiad held in France.

Representing India in 800 m and 1500 m, Shandilya won a silver medal each in both. The occasion was arranged from May 14 to May 22 as well as students from many institutions across the globe joined it.
She finished the 800 m run in 210 seconds, missing out on a gold medal by a second. She likewise missed out on Gold by 2 secs in the 1500 m run, finishing it in 427 seconds.

She was offered a warm welcome at Vadodara Train Station by household and also various other loved ones.

” I have actually originated from France and also won 2 silver medals for India in running in 800 m as well as 1500 m. I had been practising for four years. Randhawa sir (her trainer) is exceptionally supportive. My parents also sustained me a lot,” claimed Shandilya to media.

Her following goal is to win huge for her nation at Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and also Olympics.

Vinod, daddy of Lakshita stated to media, “I am really satisfied. This is a minute of pride for Vadodara as well as the nation.”

Her train, Rippandeep Randhawa additionally stated that the competitors was actually challenging as well as 65 nations had actually gotten involved at the occasion.

” The weather was cool and rainy. The fact that we won 2 silver medals in these conditions is excellent. We are preparing the gamers for Commonwealth Games and 2024 Olympics. 6-7 hour training is performed in the morning and also in the evening,” he added.

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