Insha wins Women’s College cycle race
Srinagar, Apr 29: Isha Wadoo made it two in two by winning Government Women’s College MA Road cycle race held from Nehru Park to Nishat garden here on Saturday.
Insha who earlier had won college cross-country run took just 17.16 minutes to compete the distance.
The event was flagged off by College Principal, Professor Mushtaq Ahmad Wani and in it around 30 students of college participated. Total distance of event was 7-kilometerres.
Isha Wadoo of first year finished first while Sapna Kumari of final year finished second. Ulfat Jan and Bismah both of final year finished third and fourth respectively. Badrul Nisa of second year finished fifth.
The prize distribution ceremony was held at Nishat garden in which position holders were awarded.
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