Mansi Negi National Junior Athletics Championship 73rd Chamoli Uttarakhand

The Golden Girl – Mansi Negi

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The daughters of Uttarakhand are constantly increasing the state’s prestige in the country and abroad. She is setting new records through sports. One such promising girl is Mansi Negi, who won the gold medal in the 73rd National Junior Athletics Championship in the 10 km walk race with a national record.

How was Mansi’s journey from Chamoli village to Guwahati?
Mansi’s journey from a small village in Chamoli to winning a gold medal for the state was as challenging as inspiring.

According to news source Amar Ujala about Mansi’s story
https://www.amarujala.com/dehradun/uttarakhand-chamoli-athlete-mansi-negi-secured-gold-in-73rd-national-junior-athletics-championship
Mansi says that when she won the medal, she remembered her father first, says the daughter who lost her father in 2016 itself. Facing every challenge firmly, Mansi has not only set a new record but even after facing defeat in 4 consecutive matches before winning the gold medal and after Corona, with courage and determination, bypassing the taunts of the people, the youth. An example has also been set. Along with this, Mansi has mentioned her mentor or coach Anup Bisht, she says that her mentor has taken care of her like a father, and a family and has supported her.

In the interview, Mansi tells her schedule for preparing for the sport is busy. She runs 12 to 14 km daily in the morning. After it, for a few hours study and again run in the evening for 8-10 km. Anyone can be amazed by hearing this schedule.
Go to YouTube Channel Amar Ujala Uttarakhand to watch her complete interview.
link: https://youtu.be/LnIU0YVNXLY