J&K Wushu athletes shine at Khelo India Women’s Wushu League

Srinagar: In a remarkable feat, Sadia Tariq, an international gold medalist, secured a bronze medal in the Khelo India Women’s Wushu League held in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, from December 27 to 30. The event witnessed the participation of players from different states, showcasing their prowess in Wushu.
Alongside Sadia Tariq, Sana Bashir from Srinagar and Jiya Manhas from Jammu also clinched bronze medals, adding to the glory of Jammu and Kashmir in the competition.
The credit for this achievement goes to Kuldeep Handoo, the chief coach of the Wushu team, whose incredible hard work and dedication played a pivotal role in the success of the athletes. Handoo’s coaching has left a significant impact on the team’s performance, enabling them to achieve victory at the national level.
The efforts of Nuzhat Jehangir, dedicated to the revival of sports in Jammu and Kashmir, have also contributed to the success of the state’s athletes. Her relentless work and dedication have played a crucial role in the achievements of the youth in J&K, bringing numerous medals to the region.
Khelo India, initiated by the Government of India, continues to be a driving force in promoting sports and nurturing young talents. The Khelo India Women’s Wushu League provides a fantastic platform for female Wushu athletes to showcase their skills and compete nationally. The success of J&K athletes in this league is a testament to their talent, hard work, and the support provided by dedicated coaches and mentors. Such achievements serve as an inspiration for aspiring athletes and contribute to the growth of sports in the country.


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