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Athletics in India

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Athletics in India

Athletics in India
Country India
National team India

Jyotirmoyee Sikdar, Milkha Singh, Norman Pritchard, P.T. Usha, and T.C. Yohannan are some of India's most successful athletes. Anu Vaidyanathan, is an Indian triathlete who is the first and only Asian to compete in Ultraman.[1]


  1. ^ Sharma, Deepika (5 September 2009). "India's new Iron lady".  
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