JK wins 5 gold,3 silver, 6 bronze
13TH SUB-JUNIOR NATIONAL SQAY CHAMPIONSHIP-HARYANA
Srinagar, Aug 27: J&K Sqay martial art junior team has brought laurels for the State by winning 14 medals in the 13th Sub-Junior National Sqay championship held at Kurukshtera Haryana.
In the Championship, J&K finished overall second in medal tally by wining five gold, three silver and six bronze.
The championship was organised by Sqay Association of Haryana, which is recognised by Haryana Olympic Association under the aegis of Sqay Federation of India.
Mehdeep Rashid, Hilal Ahmed, Abdul Basit, Mohsin Mouzam and Faizan bagged gold while as Zaira Shafi, Asrar Javid and Dikshah Devi bagged silver.
Sahil Ishtiaq, Abid Manzoor, Inam Shafi, Aqib, Furqan-ul-Islam and Roman bagged bronze medals.
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