Haryana topped the overall medal tally after claiming 38 gold medals in the inaugural edition of the event that concluded in the Capital today.
Overall, Haryana won 102 medals, with 26 silver and 38 bronze. Maharashtra (110) finished second overall while Delhi (94) came third.
Rathore, an Olympic silver medallist shooter, seemed pleased with the suceess of the government initiative.
On the final day of the event, Odisha clinched the boys hockey gold after a 2-1 victory over Punjab while Haryana bagged the girls' title after beating Jharkhand by an identical margin in the summit clash.
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