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” he said. But in his excitement he kept making the same technical mistake – leaning forward too much before takeoff All in all Chittrasu is glad he would have another chance to make a mark — at the Asian Games in Incheon Beyond Incheon though he has his eyes set on a slightly unusual target After 12 years training as a high jumper Chittrasu wants to take a shot at the long jump event Chittrasu says he got the idea last year after the Asian Athletics Championships in Pune “I felt I was in great form and great shape But I suffered stress fracture on both my legs and had a really poor result (he finished 9th with a best attempt of 2:15m) On the night of the event I was crying for the first time At that time Surekha (who incidentally won the pole vault event at the Federation Cup) said that perhaps I should try long jump instead” It would prove to be an inspired decision After recovering from his injuries Chittrasu who at 6’4” has the natural build of a long jumper tentatively took part in a local competition and found that he was clearing 7m with ease At the Inter-Railways meet in December last year — only his second attempt at long jump in a competition – Chittrasu came second with a jump of 771m only behind K Premkumar who set a national record at the event However soon after the competition Chittrasu was back to high jump “My coach wasn’t really keen on it And because the two events are so different I was having some muscle tightness after a competition” says Chittrasu His coach at the SAI Bangalore centre Evgeny Nikitin who has coached current world champion Bohdan Bondarenko told Chittrasu he was a strong prospect at the Asian Games and not to risk injury “So my coach made me promise to focus on high jump and once I win a medal he would consider me taking part in another event” says Chittrasu Sudha Lalita make cut Also beating the qualifying standards set for the Asian Games were reigning Asian Games champion and national record-holder Sudha Singh and marathon runner Lalita Babbar in the 3000m steeplechase event As opposed to the AFI’s qualifying standard of 10:0560 seconds both Lalita (9:5234s) and Sudha (9:5354s) finished well under time The duo’s time was incidentally faster than the 9:5567s Sudha had clocked en route the 2010 Asian Games gold Coach Nikolai Snesarev however believed the athletes have the ability to clock an even faster time “It wasn’t a great time but it was good considering the heat and humidity” Snesarev said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News

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