Kettlebell World Championship: Two women bag silver medal

Our Correspondent

Gurugram, October 25

Dr Payal Kanodia (35-39 years, 68 kg category) and Anshu Taravath (58 kg category) of Haryana won silver medals for India at the IUKL-organised Kettlebell World Championship held from October 22-24 in Budapest, Hungary.

Trained under the aegis of M3M Foundation, both the athletes competed with 450 athletes from 32 countries who participated in the tournament.

Dr Payal Kanodia, who hails from Tauru in Haryana, said, “It was an honour for me to represent India on the international platform. I am glad that my hard work has made my state and country proud.”

“I am proud to represent India at the World Championship at Budapest. I have worked very hard and am happy with my performance,” said Anshu Taravath, a resident of Gurugram and a certified athelete coach for kettlebell.

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