Tribune News Service
Bathinda, November 21
A team of karate players have won four medals in the 41st state-level Primary School Sports Championship and 65th inter-district karate tournament held in Sangrur.
The championship was held at War Heroes Stadium, Sangrur, from November 15 to 19 and was inaugurated by Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla. In the tournament, three students of Lion Mark Karate Dojo won medals in different rounds. In the under-11 age group, Niram Sidhu won a silver medal in the 21 kg category.
Sanskriti Singh won gold medals in the 24 kg category and Hargunpreet Singh won a bronze medal in the 36 Kg category. Besides, a player named Rekha exhibited her sportsman spirit in the 65th Inter-District Karate Tournament held in Patiala from November 14 to 18 and won a bronze medal in the U-19 age group category for 48 kg round.
These karate players were getting coaching from Lion Mark Karate Dojo, Suvidha Bazaar and Ganpati Enclave.
On the occasion, Karan Singh Chauhan, coach of the team, congratulated the proud parents of the students who participated in the games.
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