STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: Atul Pangotra, 2x Commonwealth Medalist and an International Referee from J&K participated in the prestigious online Para-Taekwondo workshop held by World Taekwondo Europe under the banner of World Taekwondo. Attended by over 100 referees and officials, the workshop was held from June 6 to June 12 June. It was the first such workshop, ever held in the history of Taekwondo. Sharing his experience, Pangotra said it was the first time that such a workshop was held for players. He further informed that he has qualified as Top 50 International Referees for Paralympics, the first from the UT. Congratulating the World Taekwondo for being only sports governing body to remember para athletes during these tough times, he said that India has many talented para Taekwondo athletes, including one of his students Chandeep Singh from Jammu. “Chandeep has bagged medals for the country in World Para Taekwondo Championship and Asian Para Taekwondo Championship. Recently, he was nominated for a prestigious National award for his achievements,” he added. J&K Taekwondo Association has congratulated Atul Pangotra for participating in the prestigious online workshop and wished him good luck for future endeavours.
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