City’s Muay Thai fighters excel
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City’s Muay Thai fighters excel

The fighters of Kimura Arts and Fitness excelled in Muay Thai Championship and 2nd India National pro-am Muay Thai Belt Championship-2017 held at Shillong recently. More than 200 participants from 19 countries took part in the Championship and Team Karnataka ended in 12th position. Seen in the picture are (standing from left) Team Coach Harish S. Gouli, P. Punith (silver medal), Navi (Team Head Coach), Jessika (silver medal), Kru Chethan (silver medal Pro-AM fight), S. Jeshwanth (gold medal), Suraj Samson (gold medal), A.M. Arjun (gold medal), Prajwal Deep (gold medal) and Veedur Narayan (bronze medal); (sitting) Darshan (silver medal), Ritisha Gowda (silver medal), Savitha Gowda (Team Manager), Prasanjit Singa (President MBAI), Binu Joseph (Secretary of MBAI) Shakthi and Samual (Officials).

November 19, 2017

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