Akbar wins AS College cycle race
Srinagar May 9: Muhammad Akbar Khan of BA final year emerged as winner in the annual college cycle race of Amar Singh (AS) College Srinagar held from Nehru Park to Dugga Park, here on Friday.
The event was flagged off by the college Principal, Prof. Zahoor Ahmad Chatt and a number of athletes of the college participated in it.
Muhammad Akbar Khan of BA final year finished first with the timing of 20:3 minutes followed by Abdul Wahab of BA final year with the timing of 22:4 minutes. Sajad Ahmad of B.Sc. final year finished third with the timing of 26:3 minutes.
The presentation function was held at Dugga Park in which trophies were gave away to first three position holders while medals were awarded to ten position holders by the college Prof. Zahoor Ahmad Chatt.
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