Gowda, who has already qualified for the London Olympics, got a distance of 64.10m here.

Beijing Olympics silver medallist Malachowski Piotr of Poland won gold with a throw of 67.53m.

Luka meanwhile, failed to breach the two-minute mark, clocking 2:01.09.

She she has already crossed the ‘B’ qualification mark for the London Games with a timing of 2:01.30 and is now aiming for the ‘A’ mark of 1:59.90.