'Das The Way To Go, Girl!': Amul's Latest Topical Celebrates Hima Das Winning Four Golds In 15 Days

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Amul has yet again won the hearts of netizens with their latest topical ad. This time the topical is celebrating India’s young athlete, Hima Das. Das has won four gold medals in 15 days making the entire nation proud. In the topical, you can see Das with the four medals and with the national flag and is captioned ‘Das the way to go, girl!’ 

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Amul has yet again won the hearts of netizens with their latest topical ad. This time the topical is celebrating India’s young athlete, Hima Das. Das has won four gold medals in 15 days making the entire nation proud. In the topical, you can see Das with the four medals and with the national flag and is captioned ‘Das the way to go, girl!’ 

See the topical here:

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Hima is indeed on a roll and it seems that she is ready to overcome all the obstacles in her way.  Since she has added yet another feather in her cap, let us take a look back at the 19-year-old's feat which has been achieved so far.

It all started for the young athlete at the Poznan Athletics Grand Prix in Poland on July 2 which was also her first competitive 200m race of the year as she clocked 23.65 seconds to clinch her first gold. Das then won her second gold at the same venue at the Kutno Athletics Meet in the 200m category on July 7 at 23.97 seconds. She then registered her third 200m gold at the Kladno Athletics Meet,  Czech Republic as she clocked 23.43 seconds. Her fourth came after winning the 200m race Tabor Athletics Meet in the Czech Republic where she clocked 23.25 seconds

Das is an Arjuna Award winner and the first Indian athlete to win gold at the IAAF U20 World Championships. Seeing Amul celebrate Hima Das' achievement, the netizens were delighted and the post garnered appreciation. 

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