22nd State ITF Taekwondo Championship concludes

JAMMU: The two days 22nd State ITF Taekwondo Championship organized by All J&K Taekwondo Association today concluded at Rotary Club, Gandhi Nagar, Jammu.

J P Singh, IGP (Personal) JKP was the chief guest on the occasion while Ritesh Kapoor, Chairman of AJKTA presided over the function. Sandeep Mehta JKPS - SSP (Operations), Jammu & Chief Patron AJKTA, Sheikh Altaf Hussain- Advocate J&K High Court and Jyoti Pachnanda-Bureau Chief Sahara India TV, J&K were the guests of honour.

Around 150 students from various districts of the state participated in this two days championship. The participants (both boys & girls) from age category of 6 to 16 years participated in this championship.

JP Singh appreciated the participants for their wonderful presentations and lauded the role of the association for the conduct of this championship. He added that sports add charm to the fitness of mind, body and soul; students need to learn the values and ethics of the organization at the same level.

Ritesh Kapoor, Chairman of the Association expressed gratitude towards the participants for showing their real sportsmanship in this championship. He said Taekwondo is not a platform to learn fighting skill to fight in the public but it gives alertness to mind and body at every stage. He added that various safety measures were taken for the conduct of this championship but further enhancement in guards and protections will be made in future championships.

Sandeep Mehta, Chief Patron of the Association congratulated the winners in the championship and said those lost this time should take it as a lesson to improve their skills and shouldn't give up. He added martial arts means to enhance the inner skills to excel in various fields and true sportsmanship also. He appreciated the role of the association for the wonderful conduct of this two days championship.

The championship was conducted by Mukesh Thakur-President, Vikal Dubey-General Secretary.

The referees who conducted the championship were Amit Sharma, Abdul Qayoom Khan, Sachin Kumar and Ramesh Raina.

The prize distribution ceremony concluded with an attractive demonstration led by Geetansh Thakur, Ashwani and Hardik.

At the end, Vikal Dubey-General Secretary AJKTA presented the vote of thanks.


Results:
Gold Medallists: Bhanu Pratap, Ishmeet Singh, Bhaumik Chadgal, Saksham Baneerjee, Sarvagya Gupta, Virean Slathiia, Sarvagya Khajuria, Saiansh Bhat, Abhiraath Chambyal, Anki Kumar, Kartayaa Sharma, Abhi Singh, Harsh Kumar Narula, Uzair Basher, Hardik Gupta, Moheeb Tariq, Aryaveer, Pragyn Sharma, Shaourya Sharma, Shorya Khajuria, Abhiraj Singh, Karan Ganotra, Sameer, Parwinder Singh, Afsh Sharma, Manpreet Singh, Vinayak, Moksh, Raghav, Ashwani Thakur, Rishit Dubey, Anjali Thakur, Ashwani, Somya, Divyanshi, Tejeswani, Simran, Kritika and Bhumika.

Silver medallists: Rajveer Singh, Jaivardhan Singh, Rahat, Keshav, Aadvik, Shiven, Hariansh, Vedanant, Diviansh, Daksh Jaggi, Akshyat, Sunil Sarangal, Arab, Shoryaveer, Nirmal Dhwaniit, Mengi, Priyanshu, Vasudev, Rohin Kotwal, Shubham, Akshdeep, Danish, Krish, Aayush, Shivaang, Hadi ul Hassan, Sidhaarth, Bhumika, Vinayak, Kavya Khajuria, Taruni, Rableen, Sofia Khan, Ridhi Verma and Samridhi

Bronze medallists: Harshvardhan, Vihaan, Suveer, Sparsh, Nivraansh, Adhiraaj, Yathaarth, Aveesh, Nandan, Ansh, Ishaan, Tanish, Ahthsaam, Shahbaaz, Ramanpreet, Divankar, Pranav, Jayant, Yuvraaj, Harshit, Kaustav, Aarihant, Momin Nazir Khan, Dilawar, Vansh, Kavya, Manpreet, Ridhima, Samridhi, Janaatpreet Kour, Santushti and Zara Khan.

 

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