Young and promising J&K Tenshinkan Karate Do Team comprising of 18 players showcased tremendous performance as they won the overall 20th National Tenshinkan Karate Championship which was held at Nanital.
In a statement issued here, the team bagged 18 medals during the event which included six gold, three silver, and nine bronze medals.
The championship was organised by Tenshinkan Shotokan-Ryu Karate Federation of India approved by Karate Association of India (KAI).
The event was participated by the Sub Junior, Junior, Cadet, Seniors (Boys and Girls) players from across the Country, representing their respective States. The J&K Tenshinkan karate Do team was led by Sensei Gopal Dass (Team Coach), and Rishab Arjuna Team, Manager.
The ceremony of awarding medal and Certificates to the players was held by Tenshinkan Shotokan-Ryu Karate Federation of India.
Dr. Amit Vaid, Chairman J&K Tenshinkan Karate Do Association appreciated the players and called for more participation of younger generation in this sports activity.
While addressing the ceremony, Sukhbir Singh, General Secretary, said J&K Tenshinkan Karate Do Team has displayed marvelous performance. He further said these players have the talent to win medals at the National and International levels.
Chief Technical Director, Brijesh Bhau, in his address, also appreciated the JK player for winning the medals for U.T J&K.
“It is a proud moment for us.”
He also called upon & asked the youth to take up sports to lead a healthy and disciplined life.