STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Hosts Sprawling Buds ICSE School, Bantalab here dominated the first day of the J&K State Open Sport Climbing Competition which commenced here got underway at Tenzing Sherpa Sport Climbing Wall on Wednesday. While Randeep Parihar and Sutikshan Partap Singh of the school won gold medals in the Boys and Mini Boys categories, Rudra Partap Singh and Mahima Sharma grabbed Silver medals in the Boys and Mini Girls categories. However, the first three positions in the Sub Junior Boys category were won shared by Ranveer Thakur of Aryan Oriental Convent Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Gaurav Bhagat and Sahil Kumar, both of Shining Star Academy, Muthi, Jammu, respectively. Similarly, the gold and the bronze medals in the Mini Girls categories were bagged by Mandeep Kour of R M Public School, Chowadi, Jammu and Nitika Sharma of St. Xavier Senior Secondary School, Barnai, Jammu respectively. Competitions in other categories were in progress. Earlier, the competition, in which over 200 boys and girls are participating, was inaugurated by the Chairman of Tawi Trekkers J&K and former Union Home Secretary, Anil Goswami in the presence of Patron of the Club, Ashwani Sharma; Zorawar Singh Jamwal (Chairman, Team Jammu); Principal of Apple Kids Bantalab, Arti Sharma; President of the Club, Ram Khajuria; Legal Advisor of the Club, Prem Sadotra; Yogeshwar Kumar (Vice President of Mountaineering Association of J&K) and Sumit Khajuria (a senior mountainee.
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