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Sumariwalla elected AFI chief for third term

By The Assam Tribune

GURUGRAM, Oct 31: Incumbent Adille Sumariwalla was on Saturday elected unopposed as Athletics Federation of India (AFI) president for his third term while legendary long jumper Anju Bobby George was made senior vice-president during its Annual General Body Meeting here.

Ravinder Chaudhary, who has served AFI for a long time in various capacities, was elected unopposed as the secretary. There was no contest for other posts also, with only one candidate for all of them.

Sandeep Mehta, who had filed nominations for the secretary�s post, had withdrawn from the contest. He was made the senior joint secretary. � PTI

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Sumariwalla elected AFI chief for third term

GURUGRAM, Oct 31: Incumbent Adille Sumariwalla was on Saturday elected unopposed as Athletics Federation of India (AFI) president for his third term while legendary long jumper Anju Bobby George was made senior vice-president during its Annual General Body Meeting here.

Ravinder Chaudhary, who has served AFI for a long time in various capacities, was elected unopposed as the secretary. There was no contest for other posts also, with only one candidate for all of them.

Sandeep Mehta, who had filed nominations for the secretary�s post, had withdrawn from the contest. He was made the senior joint secretary. � PTI

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