Islamia College organises road race
Srinagar, May 5: Physical Education Department of Islamia College of Science and Commerce, Srinagar, organized the Annual Road Race for the college male students on Saturday.
The race was flagged off by the Principal Dr Tariq Ahmad Kawoos at 6:00 a.m. sharp from Nishat Crossing, Srinagar. The participant athletes ran via Fore Shore Road – Duck Park – Hazratbal Sheikh Abdullah’s Tomb and finished at Naseem Bagh, Hazratbal Srinagar.
The race ended at Naseem Bagh Garden., Srinagar, covering a distance of 06.2 kilometers. Two Hundred and Nine male athletes of the college took part in the race. There was overwhelming participation and they displayed lot of excitement and enthusiasm.
Aasif Gulzar of 1st year claimed the first place by covering the distance in 23:35:81 mns. While Aadil Hussain and Auqib Ahad of 1styear claimed the second and third place with timings of 23:47:04 mns, and24:27:97 mns, Manzoor Hussain of 2nd year claimed 4th place with the timings of 24:29:33 mns and Aadil Mushtaq of 1st year claimed 5th place with the timings of 24:43:36 mns.
The prizes were given away to the first five position holders by the Principal of the College Principal. In his speech on the occasion, the Principal also encouraged students to take part in the sports activities in and outside the college. He insisted the participants to take part whole heartedly in the sports events which are being organized in the College particularly the Inter-Group and Inter-College tournaments during this year. The Principal also announced for Sports Picnic to some health resort for the students who participated in College Annual Cycle and Road Races in the current session 2012-13. In the end the, Convener Sports Committee gave away the vote of thanks
Lastupdate on : Sat, 5 May 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 5 May 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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