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ID wushu championship concludes

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Aug 6 - The 15th Sub-Junior, Junior and 22nd Senior All Assam Inter District Wushu Championship came to an end at the DTRP Indoor Stadium in RG Baruah Sports Complex here last evening.

Altogether 750 players along with 45 officials from 24 affiliated districts and Assam Police participated in the championships.

In the senior category, Assam Police secured the top spot with 14 gold, one silver and three bronze medals while Kamrup (M) occupied the second place with three gold, one silver and four bronze medals. Golaghat with two gold, two silver and five bronze medals stood third in the tally.

In the junior category, Golaghat topped with four gold, four silver and two bronze medals while Baksa got the second position with four gold, one silver and four bronze. Kokrajhar occupied the third place with three gold, four silver and one bronze medal.

In the sub-junior category, Dibrugarh emerged champions with 12 gold, nine silver and six bronze. Kamrup (M) were second with 11 gold, three silver and seven bronze while Biswanath with four gold, two silver and four bronze medals secured the third spot.

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ID wushu championship concludes

GUWAHATI, Aug 6 - The 15th Sub-Junior, Junior and 22nd Senior All Assam Inter District Wushu Championship came to an end at the DTRP Indoor Stadium in RG Baruah Sports Complex here last evening.

Altogether 750 players along with 45 officials from 24 affiliated districts and Assam Police participated in the championships.

In the senior category, Assam Police secured the top spot with 14 gold, one silver and three bronze medals while Kamrup (M) occupied the second place with three gold, one silver and four bronze medals. Golaghat with two gold, two silver and five bronze medals stood third in the tally.

In the junior category, Golaghat topped with four gold, four silver and two bronze medals while Baksa got the second position with four gold, one silver and four bronze. Kokrajhar occupied the third place with three gold, four silver and one bronze medal.

In the sub-junior category, Dibrugarh emerged champions with 12 gold, nine silver and six bronze. Kamrup (M) were second with 11 gold, three silver and seven bronze while Biswanath with four gold, two silver and four bronze medals secured the third spot.

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