Pak Taekwondo team capable to win medals in Baku Championship: Col. Waseem Janjua

Sports May, 28 2023
Pak Taekwondo team capable to win medals in Baku Championship: Col. Waseem Janjua
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Karachi. Pakistan Taekwondo Federation President Col. Waseem Janjua said, "We can raise the flag of Pakistan in the upcoming Baku Taekwondo Championship ad other tournaments, do not take any fight lightly and give good news to the nation by winning medals.  He said that the players selected for the World Taekwondo Championship have received 17 days of training in Iran this month.

Our players are fully fit physically and mentally and they will try hard to reach the victory stand by showing their hundred percent performance, he said.  The PTF CEO Umar Saeed and Secretary of Pakistan Universities Sports Board Javed Memon and other personalities were also present on the occasion. It may be mentioned here that the Pakistan Taekwondo team is in Baku  to participate in the World Taekwondo Championship (G-14) scheduled to be played in Baku, Azerbaijan, from May 29 to June 4 at the Crystal Hall in Baku, in which around 1,200 athletes from different countries will participate.

Published in The Daily National Courier, May, 29 2023

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