Army’s Krishan Kumar, the National inter-State champion, broke international Jinson Johnson’s 800m meet record as he won the gold with a personal best 1:48.02s in the 70 Services Athletics Championships at the Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar.

It was the fastest time by an Indian in the two-lapper this year.

The four-day meet, which began on Thursday, attracted some top names including Asian Games champion Tajinderpal Singh Toor who won the shot put with 18.07m.

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Tajinderpal, who was in action at the recent Tokyo Olympics, holds the national record with 21.49m.

Ajmal sparkles

Meanwhile sprinter Muhammed Ajmal clocked an impressive 46.91s while winning the gold on his 400m debut on Friday.

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