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PUNE: In the national school senior meet held in Pune, Kerala emerged champions on Saturday. The State school teams came first by winning one gold, 12 silver and seven bronze, securing 114 points. Tamil Nadu came second with 56 points.

In the last day today, Muhammed Ajmal won gold in the 200 metre race for boys. In women’s 400 metre hurdles, Anila Venu won gold. In boys’ 4X100 metre relay, Kerala won gold but the women’s team had to be satisfied with silver in the corresponding event.
In women’s 400 metre hurdles, Arshitha won silver and men’s 400 metre Muhammed Anaz won bronze. In male’s 800 metre, Sugatha Kumar won bronze.

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