STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Students of Shito-Ryu Karate School of Jammu and Kashmir, brought laurels to the school by winning galaxy of medals in the Ninth International Karate Championship held at Lucknow from December 26 to 30, 2018. Championship was conducted under the supervision of Shihan Minoru Kanazawa from Japan, Kee Kanazawa from Japan, Asian Referee Hreeday Bhatt, Asian Referee Sensei Ashok Darda and Asian Referee Devil Bhatt. School team accompanied by Sensei Vikas Dhar took part in the championship under the supervision of Sensei Amit Singh, Chief Coach and examiner. J&K team was accompanied by Vikas Dhar National Coach KAl under the supervision of Sensei Amit Singh, Black Belt 4th Dan World Karate Federation. Mohit Singh won gold in Kumite, Ayush Bakshi won gold in Kumite and bronze in Kata, Dishant Dogra won gold in Kumite, Shivaay Hangloo won silver in Kata and bronze in Kumite, Unique Khangwal won silver in Kata and bronze in Kumite, Shivansh Arora won one bronze in Kata and Kumite each, Aryan Choudhary and Sujay Vijay Bhaskar won one bronze medal each in Kumite.
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