will win. Gambhir again failed to win the hearts of national selectors when they ignored him for India’s limited-overs campaign in the Asia Cup.

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in that same race,Cuba’s Alberto Juantorena also known as El Caballo (The Horse) after lettingSriram briefly have the lead took it back and a packed Olympic Stadium in Montreal watched the powerful 6’2” Cuban gallop home in 1:4350 Athletic Federation of India/Facebook David Rudisha of Kenya broke the World record in the 2012 London Olympics clocking 1:4091 Andrew Osagie of Great Britain who finished eighth seven spots behind Rudisha timed 1:4377 In fact in that race in London all eight ran faster than 1:44 for the first time ever Meanwhile India still struggles to break Sriram’s record after 40 long years Sriram istoday a part of the selection panel atthe national federation At 5’10” he stands ramrod straight One can visualise Sriram Singh in black shorts and a blue vest 512 embossed on it inMontreal "I’m disappointed that even after 40 years no one has broken my record; records are meant to be broken" he says "Some of our old records such as Gopal Saini’s steeplechase and Shivnath Singh’s marathon record still stand" Gopal Saini set the 3000m steeplechase record of 8:3088 in Tokyo After running 2:1622 in the Montreal Games marathon where he finished 11th Shivnath ran 2:1200 in Jalandhar in 1978 All of these records stand till date mocking India’s juniors and an athletic federation whose vision has always been in serious doubt Sebastian Coe broke Juantorena’s world record in Oslo in 1979 running 1:4233; three years after the Cuban had run that superb two-lap in Montreal But after that it took another 16 years before Denmark’s Wilson Kipketer ran 1:4124 in Zurich Maybe there is something about the longevity of the 800m Because Kipketer himself held it for 13 years before the brilliant David Rudisha came along to run 1:4109 in Berlin And then Rudisha lower it further in London for the first time below 1:41 Coe was asked after the London Olympics if he believed that Rudisha’s record would stand for long as most 800m records did take some time in getting broken "It will be around a bit" said Coe of Rudisha’s mark of 1:4091 For Sriram who was brought up on cinder tracks just making it to the finals in 76’ was an amazing achievement worth its weight in gold There was also the cultural shock of being in a foreign nation standing next to athletes stories of whom you have heard off and read It’s an experience that either lifts you or psychologically damages you so muchthat your legs feel tired much before the race For Sriram it was an opportunity he couldn’t throw away "I was running for a medal and the moment I reached the final I knew I could be in the top three" says Sriram Just imagine for a second what it would have done to Indian athletics and the country’s Olympic movement if Sriram Singh had held off for another 350m in the second lap of the 800m to beat the favourite Alberto Juantorena Sriram powering away his head slightly — just a wee bit — tilted to the right a stunned crowd watching an unknown Indian take on the muscular 6’2” Juantorena India’s Olympic history would have changed forever "I was leading the race andwhen three athletes crossed me I tried hard but finished seventh" Sriram remembers "Before the final I was feeling so happy but at the same time felt a lot of pain in my body due to continuous races for three days on synthetic tracks Fatigue overpowered me I was sad because we didn’t send athletes for exposure before the Olympics to races in Europe those days" Yet Sriram did what most Indian athletes don’t —break his own personal best at the Olympics Sometimes it’s not just about winning medals; it’s not always the heady feeling about the podium; success is also in bettering yourself There were other technicalities that Sriram had to grapple with which most athletes now take for granted Sriram always ran on cinder The tartan track an 8-lane synthetic track was not his regular training partner unlike the other seven athletes who competed with him in the final "There is a big difference between synthetic tracks and cinder" explains Sriram "If you see I had qualified for the Olympics by running 47:30 on cinder and then on synthetic at Montreal I did 45:77 But three days of constant running on synthetic fatigued me and I didn’t have a physio to help me relax and compete" Sriram talks about fatigue at Montreal But that is also probably because for an Indian athlete the setting is overwhelming Most of the competitors are ahead by a second or two and there is a huge inner pressure to constantly play catch-up It demands pace and endurance Physically it’s brutal It’s tricky because you cannot lag behind and neither do you speed up as someone would have extra in reserve to beat you on the final stretch Sebastian Coe once said "I think 800 is the toughest distance on the track to get it right It brings into play so many different things; endurance of a 5000m runner and the speed of a world class 800 runner" Sriram speaks of training and exposure to beat the difficulties "Training and exposure is important for everyone because we don’t run with good runners and so we can’t identify our weaknesses Since we have to qualify against better runners we give our everything in the qualifiers and semis butfatigue then sets in and if you are in the final you are already at less than 50 percent capacity" What Sriram doesn’t talk aboutis that the first lap in the 800m saps your energy as this is one race where the best timings have come with a fast first lap and a slower second lap Even in Montreal Sriram ran the first lap like a 400m runner before fatigue took over That gave Juantorena the splendid opportunity of breaking the world record which he later acknowledged by saying that it was because of the Indian that he could break the world record High performance sports science consultant professor Ross Tucker a man who has done a ton of research on the best strategies of an800m race found that between 1912 and 1997 in 26 world record performances the first lap was always faster than the second There were only two races according to Tucker that had a faster second lap —in 1966 by Jim Ryun and in 1972 by Dave Wottle Improvements in the overall 800m time have always come by running the first lap faster Sriram was a classic example Moreover? Singh also met Nikolai Patrushev,The waiting charge has been fixed at Rs 50 per hour. ?30 am when Vinayak Madhav Jade of Anandnagar on Sinhagad Road was returning from his in-laws place in Karevnagar where he had gone to meet his newly born child and wife.Beijing: China on Monday objected to defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s first visit to Arunachal Pradeshwhen I could not form the government in MP, our policy remains exactly the same as it was,” “Politics of religion should not be pursued.5) beat Eesha Karavade of PSPB (5.

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