Srinagar: On 29th April Srinagar emerged as winners up by bagging 10 positions with 2 Gold, 2silver and 6 positions among first ten.The race was organized by joint directorate YS&S Kashmir.It was was flagged off by DDC Srinagar Dr Farooq Ahmad Lone.
The race started from Nursing Home Gupkar road Srinagar at 6.am and passed through CM Residence,Oberio Gate,Centeur hotel cheshma shahi crossing & culminated at famous heritage Nishat garden.Ten districts of Kashmir division with 150 athletes participated.The Closing ceremony were held at Nishat garden and medals were distributed among winners by DDC Srinagar.The DDC lauded the role of YS&S staff for their efforts in organizing such big events.
The Joint Director YS&S Kashmir Mr:Bashir Ahmad gave vote of thanks to the DDC srinagar, and presented a Guest Of honor trophy to DDc Srinagar and and said such big event was organized after gap of 25 years & congratulated the YS&S field officials for making this event sucessful.The DYSSO Srinagar Mr:Muzaffar ahmad tramboo also spoke on the occasion.
The race was distributed into three age groups U14/U17 & U19 boys.In the U-14 Boys category Gold,Silver &Bronze medals were won by Shahid of Srinagar,Basharat of Srinagar & Rayees of Budgam while other seven positions were won by Ganderbal,Srinagar,Budgm,Bandipora,Bandipora,Srinagar and kulgam.In the U-17 boys category Gold,Silver and Bronze medals were won by Umer of Budgam,Shoib of Ganderbal & Sikander of Shopian while other seven positions were won by Pulwama,Srinagar,Srinagar,Shopian,Budgam,Anatnag and Srinagar. While in U-19 boys categoryGold,Silver & Bronze medals were won by Yawar of Shopian,Umer of Srinagar,Adil of srnagar while other positions were won by Kupwara.Srinagar,Shopian,Anatnag,Baramulla,Shopian and Anatnag respectively.
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