Tripura: 15 member Kung Fu team leaves for Lucknow to participate in 14th National Kung Fu Championship
First Published: 16th November, 2022 10:12 IST
The championship organised by the Kung Fu Federation of India shall take place in the KD Singh Babu stadium.
Story reported by Pinaki Das
The Tripura Kung Fu team consisting of 15 players on Wednesday morning left for Lucknow to participate in the 14th National Kung Fu Championship.
The players – nine boys and six girls, had under the supervision of Tripura Kung Fu Association qualified for the national event and shall participate in the four day national championship in the capital city of Uttar Pradesh.
The championship organised by the Kung Fu Federation of India shall take place in the KD Singh Babu stadium. The Championship will begin on 19th November, a team member said speaking to reporters at the Agartala railway station before leaving.
They have sought the support and blessings of all and hoped to bring laurels for their state.
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