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Hima Das feels 'wonderful' after winning silver medal in Asian Games

Hima Das feels 'wonderful' after winning silver medal in Asian Games

| @indiablooms | 26 Aug 2018, 03:23 pm

Jakarta, Aug 26 (IBNS): Indian sprinter Hima Das on Sunday said she felt 'wonderful' as she won the silver medal for the country in the ongoing Asian Games here.

"It was wonderful moment for me winning silver medal for my country in the Asian Games. Thankyou everyone for your support. Looking forward to my other events. Love you alll ," she tweeted.

Adding more medals to the country's achievements in the Asian Games, India's Muhammed Anas and Hima Das clinched silver medals in the men's and women's 400 metres events respectively.

Ending in the second spot, Anas completed his race in 45.69 seconds.

In the women's race, Hima ended in the second spot by clocking 50.79 seconds.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi appreciates Hima:

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted to congratulated Hima on her achievement as he said: " One of India’s most admired athletes @HimaDas8 bags the coveted Silver in the Women’s 400m Final. India rejoices in her glory. Congratulations to her and all the best for her future endeavours. @asiangames2018."

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