National Martial Arts Games 2017:J&K pocket six gold medals to kickboxing event

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SRINAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir had a fruitful outing in 2nd Martial Arts Games 2017 held at  Talkatora Stadium New Delhi, winning six gold medals in kickboxing event.

The gold medalists-all teenagers-including two girls and four boys are eight-year old Laika Mushtaq, 13-year old Anjum Sarwar, 10-year old Shoab Malik, 15-year old   Shafqat Fayaz, 13-year old Syed Azim and 14-year old Shoab Ibni Fayaz.

The medlaists will represent Indian in the 11th World Martial Arts Games 2017 to be held in Florida, USA come September.

The three-day National Martial Arts 2017 ended Monday with around 350 boys and girls from 23 states taking part in it.

J&K were declared overall champions in kickboxing event thanks to medalsÂ’ fest, winning six gold, five silver and as many bronze medals.

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