Avinash Sable LIVE Updates, Commonwealth Games 2022, Athletics: Sable wins silver, breaks national record and sets personal best; in action at 5000m final at 12:40 pm

Avinash Sable wins silver and breaks national record and sets a new personal best. (REPORT) Sable will then be featured in the 5000m finals at 12:40pm (August 7) ​​IST.

3000m Spire-

  • With one round to go, the match between him and Kibiwot is getting close. Unfortunately, he stumbles in his last 100m.

  • Sable takes charge of the two Kenyans, currently second.

  • Kibiwot takes charge as do the three others.

  • Sable still has four meters to run, but is still behind Kibiwot, Kipruto and Serem.

  • The three Kenyans take the lead. Saber fourth.

  • Sable starts with a bang, leads in the first 500m.

The 3000m steeplechase starts!

The other athletic events taking place is the women’s F55-57 Shot Put event where Sharmila, Poonam Sharma and Santosh from India compete.

  • Sharmila achieves a 8.43m in her third attempt and is currently in third place – her personal best.

  • Poonam Sharma throws 7.07m in her first attempt and is currently in fifth place – her personal best.


Maharashtra army man Avinash Sable admitted in an interview that breaking national records is not difficult. This determination is why Sable holds three national records in track events – the 3000m steeplechase, 5000m and the half marathon.

Sable competed in his first Diamond League earlier this year, breaking the national record in the 3000m steeplechase and finishing fifth. At the recently concluded World Championships in Eugene, although Sable managed his best ever finish in 11th place, he certainly wouldn’t have been impressed with his timing of 8:31.75. Sable’s outing in Birmingham gives him the chance to test himself in another tough competition against Kenya’s Conseslus Kipruto, among others.

When and where can you watch Avinash Sable’s 3000m steeplechase and 5000m final at the 2022 Commonwealth Games?

The 3,000m steeplechase of the 2022 Commonwealth Games and the 5000m final with India’s Avinash Sable will take place on August 6 at Birmingham’s Alexander Stadium at 4:20pm IST.

The long jump final will be broadcast on Sony Sports Network and streamed online on Sony LIV.

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