Atul Pangotra and His Student Tashi Tundup Represented India in Korea

Sports Desk/Srinagar
March 28, 2018 SPORTS 448 Views

Two Taekwondo Players from J&K Atul Pangotra AS Coach and his student Tashi Tundup from Kargil as player successfully completed the New Poomsae Education Course at Taekwondowon, Muju, South Korea.
New Poomsae Education Course organised by Asian Taekwondo Union under the aegis of World Taekwondo for the first time invited the Indian Taekwondo team along with two coaches Master Atul Pangotra and Master Lee Wan Yang who is presently working in Korean Cultural Centre Delhi along with 6 players.
The camp was attended by highly skilful and experienced Masters and coaches along with their students from different countries.
The motive of the camp was to prepare students and coaches for the upcoming Asian Games which is to be held at Jakarta Indonesia this year.
On this occasion Asain Taekwondo Association presented a Certificate of Honour to Atul Pangotra and is the only Indian who is associated and a core member of Asian Taekwondo Union and Asian Taekwondo Poomsae committee.
He is also the first Indian to receive two scholarships from the Kyung Hee University of Korea for showing his brilliant performance in Taekwondo.
He is the youngest Refree Chairman of Taekwondo Federation of India and has already achieved great heights by winning many gold medals in official international and National Taekwondo Championship.
While talking to Media from Korea Atul Pangotra told that it was his biggest dream to represent India in Asian games event but his student will fullfill his dream.
He told that his student Tashi Tundup from Kargil who is the first trainee of Jammu and Kashmir to participate in ATU training seminar.
He further told that for the first time in the history of Indian Taekwondo the world’s best and prominent Taekwondo demonstration team namely K-Tigers have invited Team India led by Master Atul Pangotra and Master Lee Wan Yan in Chang-Juwon South Korea for four days training camp based on acrobatics.
The president of Taekwondo federation of India Chetan Anand and Shri Prabhat Kumar Sharma Secretary General Taekwondo Federation of India congratulated Coach Atul Pangotra and Tashi for such achievement.
Jammu and Kashmir taekwondo association has thanked Secretary Sports Council Waheed ur Rehmaan Para for granting permission to Atul Pangotra who is currently the taekwondo coach of JKSSC to take part in this event.
After returning from Korea Atul Pangotra will join the Junior Indian Team for the Youth Olympic qualification and World Junior Taekwondo Championship in Tunisia.

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