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was all but over. The daughter of weavers in the village of Chaka Gopalpur the then 18-year-old had just won two gold medals at the Asian junior athletics championship in Taiwan and was preparing for her maiden Commonwealth Games appearance in Glasgow when her name was struck off the team list She was subsequently handed an indefinite ban from competing under the International Association of Athletics Federation’s (IAAF) guidelines that debar athletes with hyperandrogenism — excessive but naturally occurring testosterone — in the women’s category It was only in July last year after a landmark legal battle at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) that she won the right to compete again Now she will run on the greatest stage of all — at the Olympics “My coach N Ramesh told me that this meet in Kazakhstan was my last chance to qualify for the Olympics ‘If you don’t qualify here forget about going to Rio’ is what he told me Before the morning heats Ramesh sir told me not to thing of a medal but just qualify for the event Once I was on track I felt like I would post a good time today It was a relief when I qualified in the heats” Dutee said from Almaty Talking about the final Dutee said she was able to break the national record again as she was pushed to the limit by Kazakhstan’s Viktoriya Zyabkina who won gold with a timing of 1115 seconds “There was pressure to qualify for the Olympics and I was tense but now as I have qualified my dream has come true I now hope to enter the final at the Olympic Games” Dutee added Not a surprise To followers of Indian athletics Dutee’s qualification would not have come as much of a surprise Over the last few months she has been remarkably consistent with her timings Apart from the 1133 second mark in Delhi she has consistently hovered around the 115 second mark She clocked 1151 seconds at a meet in Taiwan in May and subsequently 1141 and 1147 in two races in Kyrgyzstan earlier this week However with only two more events lined up — Kazakhstan and Inter State Senior Athletics Championships — before the cut-off date of July 11 Dutee’s promoters Anglian Medal Hunt were also looking at the possibility of pushing for a wild card for the sprinter Maneesh Bahuguna CEO of Anglian Medal Hunt said: “She deserved a place in the Olympics because earlier she had missed out by just one-hundredth of a second Plus her timings were consistent Also we should keep in mind that she missed out on precious time because of her court case in CAS and the one-year ban We were considering the possibility of petitioning the IOC for a wild card However it is a relief now that Dutee has qualified” For coach Ramesh the near misses were a matter of concern only because time was running out “I was a little cautious There was reason to be optimistic because she had just missed the qualification standard at the Federation Cup She kept coming close to the qualification timing but kept missing out I knew she had it in her to qualify but I also knew she didn’t have a lot of time to qualify But at the same time this isn’t an exact science and the athlete isn’t a robot There are so many things that need to come together to get a good time” he said from Almaty Things fell in place this time around though Dutee had arrived at the Taiwan meet just hours before her race and competed despite exhaustion It was a similar story at the Kyrgyzstan races held on June 19 With her Kazakh visa not in place Dutee faced the prospect of having to fly back to India collect her visa and subsequently dash back to Almaty for her tournament “We were expecting to return just one day ahead of the competition But our Athletics Federation spoke to the Kazakh Athletics Federation and they arranged for us to get the Kazakhstan visa from Kyrgyzstan itself So we only had a three-hour drive to Almaty We could rest and recover for three days before our competition and that made all the difference” said Ramesh While Ramesh said the mental tension of having qualified for the Rio Games is over Dutee’s work is not yet done Her coach believes she can do still better “Knowing what all she has gone through over the last two years it feels like a miracle that Dutee will even be going to Rio But we won’t be satisfied with that Our goal is to get her timing in the 1111-1120 second range It won’t be enough for a medal but it should take her to the semifinals The Olympics is just the start Dutee is still very young She has the whole world in front of her now” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nasik | Published: December 8 2016 10:08 pm Baroda were 242 for five at close of play with opener Kedar Devdhar staying unbeaten on 120 as well Irfan Pathan on 55 (Source: Express Photo by Amit Mehra) Top News Three centuries were scored alongside a 51 from Irfan Pathan on day two of the Ranji Trophy Group A between Baroda and Uttar Pradesh here today Uttar Pradesh resuming their first innings at 360 for seven ended up with 480 thanks to Kuldeep Yadav and Saurabh Kumar who made 117 and 105 respectively In reply Baroda were 242 for five at close of play with opener Kedar Devdhar staying unbeaten on 120 as well Pathan on 55 Baroda still trail UP by 239 runs It was a freewheeling knock from Pathan who smashed seven fours and a six in his 55 ball knock Devdhar on the other hand collected 13 fours Brief scores: UP 481 in 115 overs (Yadav 117 Saurabh 105) Baroda 242/5 in 63 overs (Devdhar batting 120 Irfan Pathan batting 55; Ahmed 3/58) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 2 2013 3:21 am Related News On the occasion of Teachers Daynoted academician and international relations expert Professor Bhupinder Brar will deliver the Colloquium address at Panjab University Former Dean University InstructionsProfessor Brar will address PU students and faculty members on the issue of De-theorising Globalisation on September 5 Brar has earlier served PU in different teaching and administrative capacities for about 35 years Prof Brars academic interests have straddled the fields of political theory and international relations In recent yearshe has used this to critique prevailing theories and discourses of globalisationwith special reference to India His last publication is the co-edited volume Facing Globality: Politics of ResistanceRelocation and Reinvention (Oxford2012) AlsoProfessor Brar is the author of various other books including Globalisation and Politics of Identity in India in 2008? download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 1, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Published: September 21, To work his way out of the dilemma and the contradiction.

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