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Harpreet emerges find of Sports Climbing competition
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JAMMU, Dec 02: The series of coaching-cum-competitions in Sport Climbing, being organized by Mountaineering Association of J&K for school students, have started yielding dividends to the Association in the shape of discovering hidden talent at the grass root level.

In one such competition, organized for the students of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Sainik Colony, here, the Association discovered a highly talented climber in Harpreet Kour, who has the potential of a future national champion.

“Twelve-year old Harpreet, on her maiden attempt, climbed the artificial climbing wall like a seasoned climber. Then she stunned one and all when she topped the climbing route meant for the men’s category,” general secretary of the Association, Ram Khajuria told SAN.

Another climber, who caught the attention of the organizers, was Bhargav Khajuria. He was the only climber in the sub-junior boys’ category to top the wall.

“Overall the standard of the climbers was very good and out of the 32 students of Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Sainik Colony, Jammu, Mountaineering Association has selected following 11 climbers for further coaching,” disclosed Khajuria.

The selected climbers: Ankit Mehta, Rajiv Salgotra (Men), Smaksh, Sankit Sharma (Boys), Isha (Girls), Bhargav Khajuria, Rahul Raj, Raghav Verma and Tushar (Sub-junior Boys), Harpreet Kour, Manvi Jamwal (Sub-junior Girls)

The camp was conducted by Anil Kumar and Shashi Kant under the overall supervision of Sonam Sidharth. Others who remained present included Ram Khajuria, general secretary of the Association, Rahul Sharma, Director of Sprawling Buds School, Vikas Magotra and Vimal Razdan, sports teacher of Maharishi Vidya Mandir.


News Updated at : Monday, December 3, 2012
 
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