Priyanka Goswami (born on 10 March in the year 1996) is an Indian athlete who competes in the 20 kilometers race walk. She had also represented India at the Tokyo Olympics, finishing with the 17th position. She won the ribbon in the 10000 meters race at the year 2022 Commonwealth Games. She is the first woman who belongs from India to win a silver medal in race walk with a silver in the 10,000m event.
Education and Early Life
Goswami, on the opposite hand, erased the sooner women’s national record of 1:29:54 on Saturday with a time of 1:32:59. Bhawana had qualified for the Olympics by winning the women’s 20km event, Besides the five-race walkers, javelin throwers Neeraj Chopra and Shivpal Singh, 3000m steeplechaser Avinash Sable and also the 4x400m -mixed relay team have to this point qualified for the Olympics within the track and field. Goswami, on the opposite hand, erased the sooner women’s national record of 1:29:54 which was within the name of Rajasthan’s Bhawana, who finished second on Saturday with a time of 1:32:59. Bhawana had qualified for the Olympics by winning the women’s 20km event within the last edition of the National Race-Walking Championships here just before the pandemic struck.
Achievements in Commonwealth Games
Priyanka Goswami recalls days when she rationed her appetite because there was no money for all meals while she was trained by her trainer as a racewalker off from point Lucknow. Her father had been suspended from his roadways job and couldn’t able to afford the finances to send his daughter the money at that time to subsist in another city where she was trained, much before she made the national camp. Those days, she used to believe, are firmly behind her. She wasn’t sure if her silver medal would get registered or not, but even though, there were raining medals all around Birmingham. But it had been an eventful day when her Kenyan competitor had asked her why she was pushing the pace, and he or she had snorted away those little mental games because she’d come an extended due to even to reach this point.