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Assam’s Nishamoni Bora wins gold at All India Windsurfing C’ship in Chennai, CM Sarma congratulates

First Published: 15th June, 2024 10:29 IST

The Tamil Nadu Sailing Association (TNSA) organized this event where a total of 18 clubs across the country took part.

In a proud moment for Assam, Nishamoni Bora has brought laurels to the state as she bagged the top honour at the recently concluded All India Windsurfing Championship 2024.

Nishamoni hailing from Sarupathar in Assam’s Golaghat district demonstrated her impeccable skills on water.

Bora showcased her outstanding windsurfing skills and emerged victorious in the competition held from June 5 to June 9 in Chennai, on the waters of the Indian Ocean.

The Tamil Nadu Sailing Association (TNSA) organized this event, where a total of 18 clubs across the country took part.

On Thursday, taking to X, Assam Chief Minister wrote, “Congratulations to Nishamoni Bora for clinching a gold at the All India Windsurfing Championship 2024 in Chennai.”

“So happy to see our girls breaking so many glass ceilings and making a mark for themselves in almost every field. Assam is proud of her achievements”, Sarma added.

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