Under 17-18-year-old Vushu martial arts competition: 5 players from Srimadhopur won gold medal, state level Wushu Martial Arts Competition

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In the under-17-year district level junior student class Wushu Martial Arts Competition held at Oriental Martial Arts Sports Academy Sikar, 5 players of Srimadhopur have won 5 gold medals by winning 5 gold medals in different weight category. The selection of all the winning players has now been selected for the state level Wushu Marshal competition. According to martial art instructor Satveer Samota, 45 kg in the 17-year category, 45 kg Bhavarg in Hanspur, Khanipura Sports Player Ronak Yadav Khanipura got Pankaj Saini Sikar 15-6 And won two consecutive rounds by a margin of 13–4 points to finish first. In the 56 kg weight category, Karan Sen Jairampura won the first place by winning Abhishek Singh Sikar in two consecutive rounds as compared to 11-9 and 14-11. Similarly, in 52 kg category, Bajrang Lal Saini Khanipura secured first place, Narendra Singh Karnavat Khanipura in 48 kg weight category in under 18 -year category and Abhishek Samota Jairampura in 75 kg weight category. All the players have won the gold medal. All the winning players will represent the district level Junior Under 17 and Under 18 Wushu martial arts competition in Ganganagar. On the victory of the players, Chairman of the Khanipura Development Service Committee, Shravan Yadav, Vice President Babulal Yadav, Birju Singh Tanwar and Secretary Sultan Singh Mitharwal have wished a bright future by wishing the players. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis Website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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