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First Interclub Taekwondo competition held
5/11/2019 11:05:48 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 11, 2019: First Interclub Taekwondo competition was held here at Ganesha Taekwondo Academy Shastri Nagar Jammu on Saturday.
About 100 participants took part in the competition.
Ritesh Kapoor Chairman of AJKTA was Chief Guest on the occasion. He gave away the prizes to the winners.
Mukesh Thakur President and Vikal Dubey General Secretary of AJKTA also witnessed the event.
Ritesh Kapoor stressed upon youth to play sports as much as they can to become agile, disciplined and confident. He said that sports' role in an individual's life is imperative as a sportsperson always comes out with flying colours from while dealing with any situation.
The participants included more number of girls including 5 girls from Salher Bishnah.
The results
Below 20 kg: Saranya Gupta (Gold) Himadri Singh (Silver) and Parnvi and Mishti (Bronze)
Below 25 kg: Tejeswani (Gold) Aradhya (Silver) and Jaspreet (bronze)
Below 30 kg: Ridhima (Gold) Dhruvika (Silver) and Gurleen Peehu (Bronze)
Below 35 kg: Santushti (Gold) Pavneet (Silver) and Vaibhavi Gupta (Bronze)
Below 40 kg: Simran (Gold) Sanchita (Silver) and Bavita (Bronze)
Above 55 kg: Muskaan (Gold) Manasavi (Silver)
Below 20 kg: Sparsh (Gold) Abhirath (Silver) Kartavya (Bronze)
Below 25 kg: Dakshveer Jaggi (Gold) Ankit (silver) and Pragun (Bronze)
Below 30 kg: Ishaan Brahma (Gold) Tanish (Silver) Shiven and Dhanveer (Bronze)
Below 35 kg: Rishit Dubey (Gold) Hardik (Silver) and Sarvagya Khajuria and Saiansh (Bronze)
Below 40 kg: Sunil (Gold) Ahtesaam (Silver) and Ishmeet and Priyanshu (Bronze)
Below 42 kg: Abhiraj (Gold) Chaitanya (Silver) and Aryan (Bronze)
Below 40 kg: Karan Gandotra (Gold) Ashwani (Silver) Rohit and Vansh Rathore (Bronze)
Below 55 kg: Manpreet Singh (Gold), Saksham (Silver) and Vihaan (Bronze)
Above 65 kg: Akshdeep (Gold) Yuvraj (Silver) and Arsh Dhotra (Bronze)
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