Akbar wins Budgam cycling championship
Srinagar, Oct 8: The J&K Amateur Cycling Association on Sunday organised District Budgam Cycling Championship.
In the event around 100 cyclists participated. The race was held in three age categories of senior, junior and sub-junior.
In senior category, Muhammad Akbar finished first while as Altaf Ganai and Muhammad Rafi finished second and third respectively.
In junior category, Mansoor Ahmad finished first while as Tanveer Ahmad and Amir Ahmad finished second and third respectively. In the sub-junior category, Yawar Nazir, Parvaiz and Muzaffar bagged first, second and third positions respectively.
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