Jharkhand karatekas bring glory to the country in world event

Jharkhand karatekas bring glory to the country in world event

State athletes claim two gold, two silver and one bronze medals

Jayesh thaker



Published 03.01.22, 05:34 PM

Karatekas of Jharkhand won five medals: 2 gold, the same amount of silver and a bronze for the country at the BG International Karate Championships held at BKSP Sports Village, Indoor Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh from December 28-30.

A karateka from Kharagpur in neighboring Bengal also ended up with a medal under his belt.

Jharkhand’s list of medal winners includes Neeraj Kumar (gold, black belt kata category), Pranab Paul (gold and bronze in black belt kumite category), Karnisha Das (silver in kata section), Adarsh ​​Kumar Singh (silver in black belt kata). category).

Narayan Tanti from Bengal claimed silver in the Kumite black belt section.

Thirty-eight karateka from Jharkhand, Bengal and Rajasthan represented India in this championship.

Shihan L. Nageshwar Rao, head coach of the Tata Steel Karate Training Center in Jamshedpur, who served as head coach and referee during the event, said that “Neeraj Kumar and Karnisha Das performed very well at the event and impressed all with their skill. “

Other karatekas also put on a good show “I am happy that karatekas have won laurels for India and Jharkhand,” added Rao, also vice president of the Karate Association of India (KAI).

Neeraj, who teaches karate at the Narbheram Hansraj English school in Jamshedpur, said he was confident of winning gold at the event in Dhaka. “In fact, I trained hard and was well prepared for the international event. I would try harder to win medals and glory for India and Jharkhand.”

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The championship was organized by the Bangladesh Goju Ryu Karate Federation. It was organized under the supervision of Shihan Khaled Mansur Chowdhury, the organizing secretary and head coach of Bangladesh Karate according to the guidelines issued by the government of Bangladesh.

The rules and regulations of the World Karate Federation (WKF) were followed. The championship was opened by BKSP Colonel Md. Mizanur Rahman, PSC, Bangladesh and BKSP Mohammad Anwar Hussain was the main guest at the closing day ceremony. The event was held with qualified referees from the Asian Karate Federation.

In this championship, 130 karateka from India, Nepal and Bangladesh showed their skills.

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