Dutee Chand (born on 3 February in the year 1996) is an Indian professional sprinter and also a current national champion in the women’s 100 meters event. She is the first Indian to win a ribbon in a 100m race in a very global competition. She is the third Indian woman who had qualified for the Women’s 100 meters event at the Summer Olympic Games in the world. However, within the 2016 Summer Olympics, [unreliable source?] her 11.69 s within the preliminary round didn’t qualified her because for the subsequent round. In the year of 2018, Chand clinched won the silver in women’s 100m at the Jakarta Asian Games in the world. it was India’s first medal during this event since 1998. In 2019, she became the primary Indian sprinter to win gold at the Universiade, clocking 11.32 seconds within the 100 m race.
Education and Family
Chand was born on 3 February within the year 1996 to Chakradhar Chand and Akhuji Chand in the Chaka Gopalpur village, Jaipur district of Odisha. She is from below the poverty line and belongs to a weavers family. Her source of inspiration is her older sibling, named Saraswati Chand, who competed in running at the state level. Chand and her elder sister Saraswati were enrolled in a government sports hostel in the year 2006.
A career in Asian Games
She is additionally stricken by the hyperandrogenism rule of IAAF like Dutee but faced a distinct fate. In April 2018, the IAAF announced new rules that required hyperandrogenic athletes to require medication to lower their testosterone levels, effective beginning in November 2018. because of the narrow scope of the changes, which only apply to athletes competing within the 400 m, 800 m, and 1500 m, many of us thought the rule change was designed specifically to focus on Semenya.