A 28-year-old resident of Arpookkara in Kottayam won the high jump gold for India at the World Para Athletics Grand Prix at Monterrey in Mexico on Thursday.
Devika grabbed a gold medal in the women's 200m in T35 class on the concluding day of the 20th National Para Athletics Championship.
Competing in the T47 class, Jayanti clocked 12.92 seconds, 26.69 seconds and 1 minute and .42 seconds in 100m, 200m and 400m respectively.
The gold medal was also Rinku's third in the nationals. He had represented the county at the 2016 Rio Paralympics and finished fourth with the best throw of 54.39m.
The para-athlete, who hails from Rajasthan, was also all praise for the state government.
Jayanti Behera, the international para-sprinter from the state, bagged her first national gold medal on home turf as she finished first in the women's 100m (T47 class) with a timing of 12.92 seconds.
Son of a tractor driver from Bargarh district, Pankaj was born with visual impairment in both eyes (partial vision loss in one and totally blind in another).
Sunil was always into running as he wanted to join the Indian Army. That love for running gave him a new lease of life once he started to get back on his feet two years after the accident.
Bhavesh became the first gold medallist of the 20th edition of the National Para Athletics Championship.
He had competed in a few cross country races at the local level but the ongoing event is Bhavesh's first nationals.
They will compete in multiple events across 12 disciplines in 185 categories.
Overall, the Indian contingent won six medals on the penultimate day and set two Asian records thanks to the efforts of Ramudri and Dharambir.
Sprinter Pranav Prashant Desai won India's first gold medal at the 2022 World Para Athletics Grand Prix here on Wednesday, claiming the top prize in the men's 200m T64 final.
India won three medals on the opening day with Devendra Singh also clinching a silver in the F44 men's discus throw event, while Jyoti Behera claimed a bronze in 400m women's final T37/38/47 final.
Amit Kumar Saroha's best throw of 30.25m, which came in his third attempt finished him behind gold medallist Serbia's Zeljko Dimitrijevic.