JK bags 6 medals in National Muay-Thai Championship
Srinagar, June 5: Jammu and Kashmir team has bagged six medals in the 13th National Muay-Thai Championship-2012 held at Koramangala Indoor Stadium in Bangalore.
In the recently held championship, the state team has bagged the medals in various categories. Uroosa Gazi has won the gold medal in junior (60-63.5 kg) category, Musaib Shafi, Gold Medal in junior (48-51kg) category, Showkat Ahmad Bhat, Gold Medal in Sub Junior (28-31kg) category, Amir Ashraf, Silver Medal in (57-60kg) category, Sadaf Qayoom, Silver Medal in Sub Junior (40-42kg) while Arif Ashraf Bhat won Bronze Medal in Sub Junior (45-48kg) category.
The team was accompanied by the Manager, Ajaz Hassan & Coach, Asif Hussain. “Gold Medalists are selected for the World Championship to be held in Vietnam,” Mir Sarwar, Technical, Chairman of the team told Greater Kashmir.
J&K Muay-Thai Association thanked all the Sponsors especially Safdar Motor's, Sports Club for all the support.
Muay-Thai is a popular martial Art played throughout the world & its origin from Thailand. This martial art has featured in all the movies of Tony Jaa like ONG Bak etc. this martial art sport is also recognized by Indian Olympic Association.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 5 Jun 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 5 Jun 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 6 Jun 2012 00:00:00 IST
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