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Noah Nirmal Athletics: Age, Olympics, World Championship, Asian Games, World Rankings, Records, Awards, Photos


Noah Nirmal Tom is an Indian athlete who was part of the Indian mixed relay team of 4×400 m relay event at the 2019 World Athletics Championships. Tom represents India in 400m and 4×400 m relay race. The Indian Mixed relay team of Muhammad Anas, VK Vismaya, Jisna Mathew and Noah Nirmal finished at third place in the championships and also secured a berth in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Born in November 1994, Nirmal Tom’s current world ranking position for Men’s 400 m in 99 while the men’s overall ranking is 2022. He has won two Gold Medals in National Championships and is eyeing a medal for the nation in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics.

He will be representing India in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics along with Muhammad Anas, VK Vismaya, Jisna Mathew. In the 2019 World Athletics Championships relay race of 4×400 m, Muhammad Anas took the first lap and passed the baton to VK Vismaya who maintained the lead during most of the second lap. Jisna Mathews took the third lap, but a baton fumble while passing it to Tom nearly cost their chances before Tom edged in to give India a third-place finish.

Born: 13 November 1994

Age: 25 years

From: Kozhikode, Kerala

Father’s Name:  TOMICHAN T J



Personal Bests:

100 m: 10.82 at Sangrur (India) on 2nd March 2019

200 m: 21.30 at Poznan (Poland) on 2nd July 2019

300 m: 33.03 at Usti Nad Orlici (CZE) on 17 August 2019

400 m: 45.75 at Mlada Boleslav (CZE) on 24 August 2019

4×400 m relay: 3:02.59 at Erzurum (TUR) on 25 July 2019

4×400 m relay mixed: 3:15.77 at Doha on 29 September 2019

Noah Nirmal World Championships in Doha

  • 7th Place in 4×400 m relay mixed on 29 September 2019

Noah Nirmal National Championships

  • 1st place/Gold Medal in 400 m at Ranchi on 12 October 2019
  • 1st place/Gold Medal in 4×400 m relay at Bhubaneshwar on 28 September 2019
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Noah Nirmal World Rankings

  • Nirmal’s highest ever World Ranking position in Men’s 400 m is 96 for a duration of two weeks
  • His highest ever World Ranking position in Men’s overall ranking is 1094 for a duration of 1 week
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