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Tawkwondo Championship India 2006
Afghans Emerge Taekwondo Champion
In 1st Goodwill International Taekwondo Championship
Special Contribution
By Jimmy R. Jagtiani
The Team line up Left-Afghanistan Team, Certer-India & Right-Malaysia Team.

The First Goodwill International Taekwondo
Championship was held at the Badminton Hall, K.D.
Singh Babu Stadium, Lucknow (U.P.) India from 17th to 19th Feb. 2006. According to Mr. Jimmy R. Jagtiani, founder of Taekwondo in India and secretary general Taekwondo Federation of India. He added that this is the first event International Taekwondo Championship in India since the inception of Taekwondo in India in 1974.

Seven Teams from three Countries i.e. Afghanistan,
Malaysia and the Host India comprising of 134 players and fficials participated in the Championship.

Afghanistan emerged the Champions they collected 71 points through 8 Golds, 4 Silvers and three bronzes to finish in the top. Host India 65 points claimed the second place with 5 golds 7 Silver and 10 bronzes. Malaysia got 14 points and had to be contended with the third sport. They bagged 1 Gold 2 Silvers and 1 Bronze.

Shri K.L. Gupta, I.P.S Director General of Police,
U.P. Inaugurated the function.

Nesar Ahmad Bahave Afghanistan (Blue) beat Fendri Firdauzi Malaysia (Red) in Final Male Light Weight 67-72 Kg.

THE RESULT OF SPARRING ( KYOROGI ) COMPETITION

Female Fin Weight upto 47 Kg.
1st Kahkashan Ansari India-A Gold
2nd Arpita Vansadiya India-B Silver
3rd Tushita Singh India-C Bronze
3rd Mamta Sharma India-TAI Bronze

Female Fly Weight 47-51 Kg.
1st Rita Yadav India-A Gold
2nd Zel Iliyani Malaysia Silver
3rd Romio Mokel India-B Bronze
3rd C.Mugil Arasi India-TAI Bronze

Female Bantam Weight 51-55 Kg.
1st Supriya Joshi India-A Gold
2nd Joshi Monika India-B Silver
3rd Divya India-TAI Bronze

Female Feather Weight 55-59 Kg.
1st Lee Boon Hsin Malaysia Gold
2nd Rakhi Saxena India-A Silver
3rd Namrata Tandon India-B Bronze
3rd M. Vijay Laxmi India-C Bronze

Female Light Weight 59-63 Kg.
1st Poonam India-A Gold
2nd Gayatri Singh India-B Silver

Female Welter Weight 63-67 Kg.
1st Sunita India-A Gold

Male Fin Weight Upto 54 Kg.
1st Mohd Mirzey Afghanistan Gold
2nd Rajesh India-A Silver
3rd Mohd Zmir India-B Bronze
3rd Neema Lama India-TAI Bronze

Male Fly Weight 54-58 Kg.
1st Rohullah Nikpai Afghanistan Gold
2nd Dhanvir Singh India-A Silver
3rd Massoud Chatak Afghanistan Bronze
3rd Mukhtar Ahmad Khatak Afghanistan Bronze

Male Bantam Weight 58-62 Kg.
1st Ziaullah Ishmille Afghanistan Gold
2nd Ali Merzai Afghanistan Silver
3rd Ravindra kumar India-A Bronze
3rd Padam Khawas India-C Bronze

Male Feather Weight 62-67 Kg.
1st Abbas Hussaini Afghanistan Gold
2nd Mirwase Bahawi Afghanistan Silver
3rd Mohd Zakir Malaysia Bronze
3rd P. Murugesan India-TAI Bronze

Male Light Weight 67-72 Kg.
1st Nesar Ahmad Bahave Afghanistan Gold
2nd Fendri Firdauzi Malaysia Silver
3rd Mir Zayed Afghanistan Bronze
3rd Sujeet India-C Bronze

Male Welter Weight 72-78 Kg.
1st Shahabuddin Baktash Afghanistan Gold
2nd Mohd Ahangharan Afghanistan Silver
3rd Johny Ngurthansanga India-A Bronze
3rd Brijendra Beniwal India-B Bronze

Male Middle Weight 78-84 Kg.
1st Farhi Multazem Afghanistan Gold
2nd Shah Mohammad Mirzi Afghanistan Silver
3rd Atul Kumar India-TAI Bronze
3rd S. Rodjaraman India-A Bronze

Male Heavy Weight over 84 Kg.
1st Badam Gul Afghanistan Gold
2nd Sunny Tanwar India-A Silver
3rd Parviz Nazari Afghanistan Bronze
3rd Shyam Dave India-B Bronze

On the occasion of Sparring Competition (Kyorogi)
above, the Muye Competition (Taekwondo Martial Art
Competition) was also held on 17th Feb. 2006 at the
same venue. The result of the Muye Competition are:-

RESULT OF MUYE TAEKWONDO COMPETITION

POOMSAE MALE SINGLE

AFGANISTHAN
1.ALI MIR ZAYEE 1ST 85 POINTS

MALAYSIA
2.MOHANA KRISHNAN
2ND 80 POINTS

INDIA -A
3.NILAVA BISWAS
3RD 55 POINTS

POOMSAE FEMALE SINGLE

MALAYSIA
1.LEE BOON HSIN
1ST 95 POINTS

2.ZALILYANI KHADIJAH
2ND 92 POINTS

3.ANITA RAJAGOPAL
3RD 70 POINTS

POOMSAE GROUP MIXED SENIOR DIVISION

AFGANISTHAN
1. KHAJA MIR SAID SEDDIQY
2. ALI MIR ZAYEE
3. PARWIZ NAZARI
4. SHAHABUDDIN BAKTASH
1ST 90 POINTS.

MALAYSIA
1. LEE BOON HSIN
2. ZALILYANI KHADIJAH 1ST 90 POINTS.

MALAYSIA
1. MOHANA KRISHNAN
2. ANITA RAJAGOPAL 2ND 80 POINTS

POOMSAE GROUP MIXED MASTER DIVISION

INDIA
1. JAVED KHAN
2. MOHD NADEEM
3. MOHD RAEES
4. PRATYUSH RAJ
5. SUNIT KUMAR
1ST 80 POINTS

CREATIVE POOMSAE MALE

INDIA-TAI
1. KAMLESH GUPTA 1ST 75 POINTS

INDIA – B
1.PARTHA CHARKRABORTI
2ND 70 POINTS

INDIA - A
1.NILAVA BISWAS
3RD 68 POINTS

INDIA – C
1.RAJENDRA VISHWAKARMA
NIL 65 POINTS

CREATIVE POOMSAE FEMALE

INDIA – A
1.KAKASHAN ANSARI
2.HEENA HABEEB
1ST 80 POINTS

SELF DEFENCE

AFGANISTHAN
1.MOHAMMAD BASHIR TARAKI
2.ABDUL SABOOR OMARI
1ST 92 POINTS

MALAYSIA
1. MOHD ZABIR
2. FENDRI FIRDAUZI
2ND 82 POINTS

INDIA –B
1.RABI NARYANAN PANIGRAHI
3RD 56 POINTS

INDIA – C
1.RAJENDRA VISHWAKARMA
NIL 55 POINTS

TAEKWONDO AEROBIC

1.NILAVA BISWAS
2.PARTHA CHARKRABORTI
1ST 75 POINTS

Sports Minister Mr. R.K. Chaudhry was the Chief Guest at the closing ceremony and gave away the prizes. Organising Committee Secretary Mr. P.L. Punia and Mr. Jimmy R. Jagtiani, founder of Taekwondo in India was also present on the occasion.


For details contact : TAEKWONDO FEDERATION OF INDIA, JIMMY R. JAGTIANI Secretary General
at jimmy_jagtiani@yahoo.co.in



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Grand Master Jimmy R. Jagtiani, 8th Dan of Taekwondo, is serving as the special contributor for The Seoul Times. He is the founder of Taekwondo in India and technical advisor of Taekwondo Hall of Fame, USA. He sits on International Advisory Committee at South Korea's Kukkiwon. He can be reached at jimmy_jagtiani@yahoo.co.in

 

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