STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Two-day Jammu District Bench Press Power Lifting Championship unequipped and equipped Sub Junior, Junior, Senior & Master (Men & Women) concluded at Any Time Fitness Gym, Transport Nagar, here on Monday. The championship was organised by Jammu District Power Lifting Association under the banner of All J&K Power Lifting Association and was held under the observation of J&K State Sports Council. Superintendent of Police (SP) South, Vinay Sharma was the Chief Guest on the occasion while SDPO South Rajinder Singh Rahi and Inspector Bishnesh Bhagat was the Special Guests who distributed prizes among the winner and runner-up players. Sawan Kumar and Surbhi Bali emerged best lifters in Senior unequipped Category while Vikram Deep and Sakshi Koul emerged best lifters in senior equipped category, Surjeet Singh Jamwal emerged best lifter in Junior unequipped while Rohit Sharma best lifter in sub junior equipped category. Around 125 players participated in this championship. The officials of the Association who organised Jammu District Bench press Championship under the rules and regulations of Power Lifting India include namely Ajay Sharma General Secretary, Rahul Sawhney Senior Vice President, Gulzar Singh Vice President, Sunil Choudhary District President and Adil Ashraf Khan District General Secretary besides Executive Members of the Association namely Deepak Jyoti, Sumit Gupta, Joginder Kumar, Karnail Choudhary, Sandeep Banmotra, Vinay Sharma, Gourav Gupta and Sajad Hussain. The championship was sponsored by Galaxy Gym and Any Time Fitness Gym. Medal winners WOMEN GOLD: Kajal Chib, Sakshi Koul, Rashika Handa, Suman Lata, Surbhi Bali, Riya Gupta, Khushi Wadhera, Simran Bumraa, Shalini, Juhi Gupta, Rukhmani Vaid and Upasna Mahajan. SILVER: Sonam Kumari, Amita Rajput, Randeep Kour, Bindu Bala, Puja Paul and Manshi Wali. MEN Gold: Chetan Dogra, Ajay Kumar, Bavesh Kapoor, Akash Khajuria, Varun Gupta, Sawan Kumar, Ritik Kumar, Ajay, Rohit Sharma, Satya Jeet Singh Chib, Rohit Saini, Atish Sharma, Akashay Mahajan, Vikrant Singh, Suresh Kumar, Rajesh Gupta, Adnan Choudhary, Aniket Bhagat, Neeraj Singh, Rahul Chib, Surjeet Singh Jamwal, Pankaj Chib, Vishal Hans, Samarjeet, Abdul Latif, Atul Singh, Nikhil Kumar, Vikramdeep, Ajay Jogi, Akash Malhotra, Mehul Verma, Anurag Magotra, Roshan Sharma, Abhiam Sharma, Nitish Wadhera and Vikramjeet Singh. Silver: Arjun Kumar, Lakhbir Kumar, Dushant Baloria, Gagandeep Singh, Bodh Raj, Kamal Sharma, Rohit Singh, Vijay Thapa, Rohit Saini, Neeraj Kumar, Sumit Sharma, Harleen Singh, Abhishek Sharma, Sandeep Singh, Shiv Charan, Vishal Choudhary, Akhil Mehra, Inderjeet Singh, Vikas Kumar, Arjun Badal, Vishal Singh, Shalab Gupta, Uttam Chand, Ronit Verma, Abhiyam Sharma and Shiv Dev Singh. Bronze: Kawaljeet Singh, Sachin Manhas, Vishavjeet Singh, Sidhant Bamotra, Tarun Dev Singh, Sami Khan, Abhishek Negi, Sati Kumar, Udhay Veer Singh, Yuvraj Singh, Shoy Gupta, Amrarjeet Singh and Gourav Sharma.
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