The Telegraph
Tuesday , January 28 , 2014
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Rich haul for Assam

Jorhat, Jan. 27: Assam won five gold and several silver and bronze medals in the 31st Japan Karate Association of India national championship held at Mumbai University indoor stadium from January 25 to 27.

Attrayee Bharadwaj won a gold in the girls’ under-14 individual kumite while Ramanuj Bora won a gold in the boys’ under-14 kumite.

In the boys’ under-8 individual ippon kumite, Rituraj Sharma won a gold and a silver in individual kata.

Aryan Sharma won a gold in the boys’ kata individual under-8 event and a silver in individual ippon kumite.

Gunjan Sharma and Aryan Sharma won a gold in kumite as a team.

Fiana Rahman won a silver in the girls’ under-8 individual kata and Dhritaman Saikia in the boys’ under-12 individual kumite. The bronze medals came through Gunjan Sharma in under-10 boys’ individual kumite and Nabil Borborah in the under-8 years individual kata and kumite.

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