Srinagar District Judo Championship Concludes

SRINAGAR: The 2-day long Srinagar District Judo Championship organised by Judo Association of Jammu and Kashmir, held under the auspices of J&K Sports Council and J&K Olympic Association, concluded at Indoor Sports Hall, Polo Ground here on Thursday.

More than 100 judokas both boys and girls from all over the district participated in the Championship. Divisional Sports Officer Kashmir, JKSC Nuzhat Ara was the chief guest on the concluding ceremony, while Mohd. Iqbal, Manager Indoor Sports Hall Polo Ground was the guest of honour who distributed medals and certificates among the position holders.

Among others present were Mohd. Galib, President Srinagar Ju Jitsu Association; Shafkat Shafi, Chairman Technical Committee, J&K Judo Association; Abdul Hamid Khan, Vice-President J&K Judo Association; Gowhar Khan, Joint Secretary J&K Judo Association; Rahil Shafi, Judo coach J&K sports council, Syed Manzoor (Physical Director, GD Goenka Public school), Kabra Altaf, State awardee judoka; Tahir Malik, JK police team Coach, Fazil Shah, Farhat Gulzar, Adnan, Junaid. The mementos were presented to all the guests and officials.

Medal winners in Boys category:

Gold: Eyad bin Shafkat, Yamin, Hanan, Sibtain, Adeeb, Rayaan Yousuf, Adnan Fayaz, Mohd. Numaan, Haadi, Zaid Showkat, Mursaleen, Hijran, Suhail, Tajamul, Mehsheed.

Silver: Arsh Dar, Tahman, Syed Hamas, Burhan, Syed Asim, Mubarik, Irfan Alam, Tamheed, Luqman, Muhaib.

Bronze: Mohd. Imaad, Junaid Rafiq, Mohd. Sahil, Rayees.

Medal winners in Girls category:

Gold: Adn Arshid, Hadaya Shahid, Eliza Hamid, Barerah Rafiq, Atufa Irfan, Tazeem Fayaz, Misbah Noor.

Silver: Irtiba Javaid, Bareen, Tamleek.

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