Bengaluru, October 27: Tejas GL and Kaveri L Patil were adjudged the best athletes awards on the final of the Bangalore University 54th Annual Inter Collegiate Athletic Championship at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Saturday.
On the third day, Tejas of KIMSR topped the table with 974 points in the men’s section while Kaveri of KIMSR finished with 998 points to take home the title in the women’s category.
Bengaluru’s Al-Ameen College won the overall champions with 71 points while KIMSR finished second in the men’s category.
In the women’s, NMKRV College were the overall champions with 62 points while Govt. College for Women, Kolar were second with 58 points.
Results (winners only): Javelin Throw: Sagar T. (G.F.G.C, Bidadi) 42.17M
Half Marathon: Vivek M. Medar (Al Ameen College) 1:20:24.0 sec
Decathlon: Mahendra I. N Pavan (B.PED College) 3864 Points
20 Km Walk: Joywin Jerome Fernandes (St.Claret College) 2:09:34.96 sec
200M: Siddartha (Al Ameen College) 22.00 Sec
Pole Vault: Nikhil P. Soman (Benedictine Academy) 2.00M
3000M Steeple Chase: Gopal S.M. (KIMSR) 10:33.5 sec
Discus Throw: Sharath Babu R.P (St.Claret College) 39.50M
400M Hurdles: Tejas G.L. (KIMSR) 53.8 sec
Triple Jump: Sachin Kumar V. (SEA CSC, KR Puram) 13.09M
4x400M Relay: (Al Ameen College) 3:30.3 sec
Women: Javelin Throw: Harshitha S. (Seshadripuram College) 25.81M
200M: Kaveri L. Patel (KIMSR) 25.8 Sec
20Km Walk: Lavanya B.N (GFCW, Kolar) 2:43:29.82 sec
Half Marathon: Ambika H.S (V.H.D Home Science) 1:49:41.0 sec
3000M Steeple Chase: Bindushree .B V. (V.N Degree College) 14:52.9sec
400M Hurdles: Bibisha M.B. (Surana College, Peenya) 1:04.6 sec
Hepthlon: P.K. Tejeswi (UVCE) 2509 Points
Discus Throw: Tancia Theresa T. (Kristu Jayanti College) 25.03M
4x400M Relay: NMKRV College 4:38.9 sec
Triple Jump: Navya G. (UVCE) 8.87M
Awards: Best Athlete: Men: Tejas G.L (KIMSR) 974 points; Women: Kaveri Patil (KIMSR) 998 points.
Overall champions: Men: 1. Al-Ameen College – 71 points; 2. KIMSR – 38 points;
Women: 1. NMKRV College – 62 points, 2. Govt. College for Women, Kolar – 58 points.