P. U. Chitra Indian Runner

P. U. Chitra is an Indian runner who has made a name for herself on the international stage. Born on February 4, 1994 in Kottayam, Kerala, Chitra began running at a young age and quickly showed her talent for the sport.

Chitra has represented India at several international competitions, including the Asian Games and the Commonwealth Games. In 2018, she won the Gold medal in the 1500m event at the Asian Games, becoming the first Indian woman to win a Gold medal in the event.

In 2019, Chitra made history again by becoming the first Indian woman to win a medal at the World Athletics Championships. She won the Bronze medal in the 1500m event, finishing behind the reigning Olympic champion and world record holder.

Chitra’s impressive performances have earned her a number of accolades, including the prestigious Arjuna Award. She is seen as one of the top runners in India and has the potential to become one of the best in the world.

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