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Shiv Mandir Charitable trust honours Jammu Athletes Club
2/9/2019 10:30:39 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Feb 9: A function was organised today at Shiv Market Railway Station by Shiv Mandir Charitable Trust. Prabhat Singh (Retired IPS) and a prominent Marathon Runner of the state, introduced the core group members of Jammu Athletes club and the trust office bearers. In the function President Shiv Mandir trust Shiv Pratap Gupta along with other office bearers lauded the achievements of Jammu Athletes Club. Jammu Athletes Club has done Jammu Proud by organising Jammu Half Marathon First Edition on 11th November 2018.
It is pertinent to mention that Jammu half marathon First Edition Ranked 10th all India in recently published MRR Rankings. During the function, a trophy was presented to the core group of Jammu Athletes club. Individual trophies were also presented to all the Marathon runners of Jammu Athletes club and to the people who worked behind Jammu Half Marathon Event. The highlights of the event was that the trust honoured the achievement of three women of Jammu who brought laurels to Jammu by participating in various marathons in India Kanupriya Garg 42.2 km TMM, Ravleen Kour 42.2 km TMM and Indu Jamwal Gold Medalist 10 km ADHM Delhi.
The President appreciated the contribution of Prabhat Singh and other core group members of JAC towards the success of Jammu Half Marathon.
He further said that similar functions will be held in future and promised that the trust will support and adopt those athletes who have potential but lack resources. The office bearers present in the function were Rajinder Parshad, Y. R Gupta, K.K Pangotra, Vishwa Mittra, B.B Vaid, Krishanan kutty and Prabhat Singh.
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