He congratulated Ankit of Haryana, who won a gold medal in the 60 kg weight category
Congratulated Ashish of Haryana who won a silver medal and Ravi and Varun Kumar who won bronze medals
Panchkula , June 5 –
Haryana Sports Minister, Sh. Sandeep Singh on Sunday reached Tau Devilal Stadium in Panchkula and felicitated winning players with medals won in the ongoing Khelo India Youth Games. He also wished them best wishes for their coming future.
The Sports Minister also took stock of the entire system and arrangements.
The Sports Minister first came to meet the Kabaddi players. Here he met the players of the Himachal and Tamil Nadu teams. After this, he also met the team of women players from Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh. The Minister also watched the match of both the teams.
After this Sh. Sandeep Singh watched the wrestling match. He congratulated Ankit of Haryana, who won a gold medal in the 60 kg weight category, Ashish of Haryana who won a silver medal and Ravi and Varun Kumar who won bronze medals and wished them good luck for the coming future.
The Sports Minister also reached the Yoga Hall and saw the performance of Yogasanas given by the players in a musical atmosphere there. He honoured Aranya, who won the gold medal in traditional yoga, Tanvi, who won the silver medal and Manvi Vyas, who won the bronze medal. Sh. Sandeep Singh also honoured Sumit, who won the gold medal in traditional yoga, Rajdeep who won the silver medal and Dipanshu who won a bronze medal. He wished all the players a very bright future.
National Anti-Doping Agency raises awareness against dope-free sport
Meanwhile, The National Anti-Doping Agency, which works to promote dope-free sport in the country, is raising awareness against doping among sportspersons and those concerned. NADA India in association with SAI and Directorate of Sports Haryana organized awareness workshop today.
Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist, Sh. Satish Sivalingam encouraged all the players to stay away from banned substances. He also shared some personal experiences of his life with the players.
NADA India briefed about Anti-Doping Rule Violations, Medical Use Waivers and Speak-Up Initiatives during this workshop.
Brig (Doctor) Bibhu Kalyan Nayak also suggested to take special care during the medical examination.
This workshop is part of the National Anti-Doping Agency’s education and awareness campaign.
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