Army to hold Judo C’ship
Peshawar—Pakistan Army will hold Judo Championship in April this year under which a total of 20,000 players would get training, Secretary of the Pakistan Judo Federation Masood Ahmad disclosed to APP here Thursday.
He said that during the Army Judo Championship a total of 20,000 children in different age groups would be provided training and coaching under qualified coaches.
He also appreciated Director Sports Army Brig. Iqtidar Naseer for taking keen interest in promoting judo in the country by involving such a huge number of kids in the game.
Masood said that such Championship would also help in attaining the required new talent.
He said such talent will not only achieve name and fame at national level but it would also help Pakistan Judo Federation to field these talent in international competitions and win back laurel for the country.
He also requested other affiliated unites like Pakistan Railways, Police, PAF, Navy, Higher Education Commission to start similar kinds of projects for the promotion of judo to train and coach kids in the games.—APP