Namita, Sunil bag top honours in taekwondo
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K. Namita Devi of Manipur University cornered glory to clinch top position in the women's U-49 category on the second day of the ongoing All India Inter University Taekwondo (Men & Women) Championship being organised by Panjab University, Chandigarh. Meanwhile, Neha Sharma of Panjab University, Sreeshma TA of Kerala University and Priyanka I Pusari of Karnataka University finished second and third respectively. In the women's U-58 section, Amrutha Mohanan of Kerala University bagged top honours while Priyanka Paul of Kurukshetra University secured the second position.
In the men's U-58 category, Sunil Kumar of Kurukshetra University grabbed top spot while Sourabh of Kurukshetra University took top position in the U-63 section.
Women's section: (U-49):1 K. Namita Devi (Manipur University), 2 Neha Sharma (Panjab University), 3 Sreeshma TA (Kerala University), 3 Priyanka I Pusari (Karnataka University)
Women's section: (U-53): 1 Amrutha Mohanan (Kerala University), 2 Priyanka Paul (Kurukshetra University), 3 Neetu Rani (Punjabi University), 3 Ankita (North Maharashtra University)
Men's section (U-58): 1 Sunil Kumar (Kurukshetra University), 2 Navjot Singh (Panjab University), 3 Karthic V (Vinayaka Mission University), 3 K Reddy A Naik (Jant University,Hyderabad)
Men's section (U-63 ): 1 Sourabh (Kurukshetra University), 2 Ramesh (Kerala University), 3 S. Satish Kanan (Anna University), 3 S. Suresh Kumar (Periyer University, Salem).
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