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Mehrun Nisa, Shahbaz claim golds in Mount Everest Championship
SPORTS BULLETIN Pokhara (Nepal):-Pakistan’s Shahbaz Ahmed and female Athlete Mehrun Nisa have won the gold medals in the Under-40 Mixed category of Poomsae event of the 1st Mount Everest International Poomsae Open Taekwondo Championship at Pokhara, Nepal on Friday. Shahbaz has also grabbed gold in the Under-40 Male category of the Poomsae event as well while Mehrun Nisa won a silver medal in the Individual female category as well. In the Under-30 category, Pakistan’s Waseem Ahmed & Naila also won the bronze medal. Mohammad Waseem won a bronze medal in Under-30 mixed category while female athlete Flower Zaheer clinched won a bronze in the mixed Under-30 category. Overall Poomsae athletes have collected as many as eight medals in the Poomsae events so far in the ongoing Poomsae Taekwondo Open Championship.
Taekwondo players to participate in Mount Everest International Open
SPORTS BULLETIN Islamabad:-National Taekwondo team has left for Nepal to take part in the 3rd Mount Everest International Open Taekwondo Championship (G-2) scheduled to be held from Sept 21 to October 2 in Pokhara city, Nepal. According to an official of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF), Green Shirts will participate in the different categories of Khyurogi and Poomsae events of the championship. Team members for the Khyurogi event are Abu Bakar Siddique, Mohammad Arbaz Khan, Mazhar Abbas, Hamza Omar Saeed, Haroon Khan, Shahzaib Khan, Fatimatuz Zahara Khawar, Naqsh Hamdani and Noor Rehman while Poomsae Squad consists of Shahbaz Ahmed, Mohammad Waseem Javed, Wajeeh Ul Hassan, Naila, Mehrunnisa and Flower Zaheer. Korean Kukkiwon coach Master Seongoh Choi of Korea is the head coach of the Poomsae squad while former Iranian champion Yousef Karami is the chief coach of the Khyurogi squad. Hawas Khan is accompanying the squad as team Manager while Faisal Nadeem Butt is the trainer. Earlier, the members of the Pakistan squad met with Director General of Pakistan Sports Board Col (retd) Asif Zaman. On the occasion, the DG PSB expressed the hope that the team would do extremely well in Nepal and return home triumphantly. President PTF Lt Col (retd) Waseem Janjua said: “A 15-day training camp was organized in the collaboration with PSB to enhance the skills of the participants and it will continue till the Combaxx Asian Open Championship to be held in Islamabad in November to improve their skills and improve their techniques. PTF’s CEO Omar Saeed said: “Federation left no stone unturned to provide the best training opportunities and facilities to the athletes to prepare for this event and hoped they will fare well and win laurels for the country. The players have worked hard and attained strenuous training sessions ahead of this event and are hundred percent fit both mentally and physically due to which they will be able to make it to the victory podium.
Seven-member Pakistan Taekwondo squad to participate in Islamic Solidarity Games 2022
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD:-A 7-member squad including 5 male and 2 female players will represent Pakistan in the Taekwondo event of the upcoming 5th Islamic Solidarity Games 2022, which will be taken place Konya, Turkey. Pakistani athletes will be in action from August 8-12, as the seven-member kyorogi squad includes Mazhar Abbas, Hamza Omar Saeed, Haroon Khan, Shahzaib Khan, Fatima tuz Zahra, Naqsh Hamdani, and Noor Rehman. Yousuf Karimi and Najia Rasool are with the squad as male and female coach respectively. The solidarity games are the biggest sports event in the Muslim world in which athletes from as many as 57 countries participate for top position. According to Lt Col (retd), Raja Wasim Ahmed Janjua, President PTF, Omar Saeed, Chief Exceutive Officer (CEO) of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF) sponsored all athletes for this international trip. Meanwhile, the PTF officials thanked Pakistan Olympic Association (POA) for the administrative support. Federation’s President Waseem Janjua and the team Head and CEO of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation Omar Saeed hoped that the team will produce notable performance, as the players are well-prepared by undergoing rigorous training and preparatory sessions. It is pertinent to mention here that mainly the renowned and ranked athletes of Muslim Countries from Asia, Africa, and European will be featuring in the 10-day Muslim World's biggest sporting extravaganza.
National Taekwondo Championship: Pakistan Army on top with 29 gold medals
Sports Bulletin Report RAWALPINDI:-Pakistan Army got the top position with 29 gold medals in the 15th Korean Ambassador National Taekwondo Championship 2022 at Shahbaz Shareef Sports Complex, Rawalpindi, as the All Poomsae and Khyrougi events were conducted except 2 x Khyrougi Events which will be conducted during closing ceremony. Pakistan Army retained his supremacy by winning 29 gold, 6 silver and 1 bronze medal and aggregated 859 points. Pakistan WAPDA grabbed second position by winning 2 gold, 19 silver and 11 bronze medals and secured 490 points. However, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) stood at third position by winning 3 gold, 3 silver and 17 bronze with 229 Points.   Under 20 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae Name Department Position Points Ahmed Shahzad Army First 15 Arshad Usman Islamabad Second 10 Ghulam Hussain PAF Third 06 Harris Gilgit Baltistan Fourth 04 Under 20 Individual Female Recognized Poomsae Zeena Sheraz Army First 15 Sher Zaman HEC Second 10 Omama KPK Third 06 Unshira Ghori Sindh Fourth 04 Under 30 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae M Waseem Javed Army First 15 Ali Fahad PAF Second 10 Naseer Gilgit Baltistan Third 06 Rajab Ayub WAPDA Fourth 04 Under 30 Individual Female Recognized Poomsae Flower Zaheer WAPDA First 15  Naqash Hamdani Army Second 10 Shafaq KPK Third 06 MaIRA PAF Fourth 04 Under 30 Individual Male Creative Poomsae Ahsan Ashraf Army First 15 Nabeel Kyani WAPDA Second 10 Muhammad Ismail Punjab Third 06 Abdul Qayyum Malik HEC Fourth 04 Under 30 Individual Female Creative Poomsae Naila Army First 15 Flower Zaheer WAPDA Second 10 Omama KPK Third 06 Zara Sindh Fourth 04 Under 40 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae Shahbaz Army First 15 Umair Saleem WAPDA Second 10 Sufian Punjab Third 06 Muhammad Islam PAF Fourth 04 Under 40 Individual Female Recognized Poomsae Meh urn NIsa Army First 15 Sumera WAPDA Second 10 Shahzia Shirazi PAF Third 06 Under 50 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae Irshad Ali Army First 15 Muhammad Khan WAPDA Second 10 Saeed Kashif PAF Third 06 Under 30 Pair Male Recognized Poomsae Aqdas + Adil Army First 45 Wajeeh ul Hassan+Abdul Qayyum KPK Second 30 Naseer + Jameel Gilgit Baltistan Third 18 Fahad + Ali Hassan PAF Fourth 12 Under 30 Pair Female Recognized Poomsae Naila + Zeena Shiraz Army First 45 Flower Zaheer + Asifa WAPDA Second 30 Laiba + Yamna HEC Third 18 Farishta + Faiza KPK Fourth 12 Under 30 Mix Pair Male / Female Recognized Poomsae Ahmed + Zeena Army First 45 Rajab + Asifa WAPDA Second 30 Anas + Maira PAF Third 18 Ammar + Laraib HEC Fourth 12 Under 30 Mix Pair Creative Male / Female Recognized Poomsae Zeeshan + Naila Army First 45 Nabeel + Maryam WAPDA Second 30 Moazzam + Umama KPK Third 18 Hassan + Zahra Sindh Fourth 12 Over 30 Pair Male Recognized Poomsae Shahbaz + Mudassar Army First 45 M Khan + Umair WAPDA Second 30 Najeeb + Kashif PAF Third 18 Sufyan + Sarmad Punjab Fourth 12 Over 30 Pair Female Recognized Poomsae Mehr un Nisa + Hajra Army First 45 Sumera + Aqsa Shafaq WAPDA Second 30 Over 30 Mix Pair Male / Female Recognized Poomsae Irhasd Ali + Meh run Nisa Army First 45 Muhammad Khan + Sumera WAPDA Second 30 Qaiser + Shahzia PAF Third 18 Under 30 Group Male Recognized Poomsae Aqdas + Shahbaz Gull + Waseem                          
National Taekwondo Championship: Army athletes lift 7 gold medals, HEC & PAF claim one each
Abdul Jabbar Faisal RAWALPINDI:-Strong Army athletes produced sparking performance by winning 7 gold medals on the opening day of the Korean Ambassador National Taekwondo Championship 2022 that kicked off at Shahbaz Shareef Sports Complex, Rawalpindi on Friday. Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Pakistan Air Force (PAF) shared each one gold medal after 9 bouts. Teams from Provinces, Departments, Services, Gilgit Baltistan, AJK and Islamabad are participating, as the event is being sponsored by Combaxx Sports and Korean Embassy, Islamabad. SENIOR (KHYROGI CATEGORY) Under 87 Kg ( Middle Weight) Name Department Position Points Idrees Khan PAF First 15 Faizan Junaid Army Second 10 Mohammad Saeed WAPDA Third 06 Mohammad Yasir KPK Fourth 04 Under 80 Kg ( Welter Weight) Mazhar Abbas Army First 15 Mohammad WAPDA Second 10 Syed Farman PAF Third 06 Syed Dawoood Shah KPK Fourth 04 Under 73 Kg (Middle Weight)                        Rahma Army First 15 Mubashira PAF Second 10 Syeda Nida HEC Third 06 Ghulam Fatima WAPDA Fourth 04 Under 67 Kg (Welter Weight) Maleeha Ali HEC First 15 Sara Rehman Army Second 10 Fareen WAPDA Third 06 Iqra Javed KPK Fourth 04 Over 73 Kg Nusrat Bibi Army First 15 Tayyeba WAPDA Second 10 Hira Khan PAF Third 06 Amana AJK Fourth 04                                          SENIOR (POOMSAE CATEGORY) Under 20 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae Name Department Position Points Ahmed Shahzad Army First 15 Arshad Usman Islamabad Second 10 Ghulam Hussain PAF Third 06 Harris Gilgit Baltistan Fourth 04 Under 20 Individual Female Recognized Poomsae Name Department Position Points Zeena Sheraz Army First 15 Sher Zaman HEC Second 10 Omama KPK Third 06 Unshira Ghori Sindh Fourth 04 Under 30 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae M Waseem Javed Army First 15 Ali Fahad PAF Second 10 Naseer Gilgit Baltistan Third 06 Rajab Ayub WAPDA Fourth 04 Under 50 Individual Male Recognized Poomsae Irshad Ali Army First 15 Mohammad Khan WAPDA Second 10 Saad Kashif PAF Third 06            
Korean Ambassador National Senior Taekwondo Championship starts on Friday
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD: The 15th Korean Ambassador National Senior Taekwondo Championship will start from Friday (July 22, 2022) at Shahbaz Sharif Sports Complex Rawalpindi under the banner of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF), top officials announced this in a press conference at a local hotel on Thursday. President PTF, Mohammad Wasim Janjua further told the media persons that males, females and para teams would take part in the 4-day national championship. “Top national athletes from Balochistan, Punjab, Sindh, Khyber PukhtoonKawa (KPK), Pakistan Army, Air Force (PAF), Navy), Islamabad, Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) and Gilgit-Baltistan will feature in the championship, “he maintained.  “Grand opening ceremony is scheduled to be hosted by HE Kwak Sung-Kyu, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Islamabad and Ehsan-ur-Rehman Mazari, Federal Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC). This event will help enhance and project the soft image of Pakistan and attract a capacity crowd as this is a mega extravaganza of sporting festival of Taekwondo during which talented players will be in action, “he added. “This event will also provide the national players from diverse and far-flung areas of the country to come in contact with each other at a joint platform and interact with each other to have national level exposure and help promote harmony and peace in the society. Our players are highly talented which is evident from their winning a number of medals at international events including the recent Asian Championship held in Korea where Pakistan, “he concluded.
Asian Taekwondo Union allocates two events to Pakistan
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Asian Taekwondo Union (ATU) has allocated two international taekwondo fixtures to Pakistan, which will be taken place in Islamabad in 2022 and 2023 from November 1 to 4 including 4th Combaxx Asian Taekwondo Open Championship and 5th Asian Open Taekwondo Championship from 1 to 4 Nov 2023 in Islamabad Pakistan. According to an official of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF),Lt Col Raja Wasim Ahmed (R), President PTF has attended recently held Asian General Assembly on 22 June 2022 at Korea. The said meeting was attended by 34 affiliated countries. During this meeting the President gave a presentation for approval of 4th Combaxx Asian Taekwondo Open Championship from 1 to 4 Nov 2022 and 5th Asian Open Taekwondo Championship from 1 to 4 Nov 2023 in Islamabad Pakistan. Now, the federation secretariat office has received the formal approval of said events in Pakistan. This shows the capabilities of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation. This is also a great milestone of the federation struggles for the promotion and development of taekwondo in Pakistan. PTF will try its level best to conduct the said event as per expectations of World Taekwondo and Asian Taekwondo Union.
Korean Taekwondo Championship: Shehbaz wins bronze in Poomsae
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Mohammad Shehbaz Ahmed has won the bronze medal for Pakistan in the Minus-40 KG individual category in the Poomsae event during the ongoing Chuncheon Korea Open International Taekwondo Championship in Korea. According to an official of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF), in the quarter finals, he beat Saudi Arabia's Mohammad Ali Al-Abbas in the quarter finals scoring 6.999 points to Al-Abbas 6.882 in the Minus-40 KG individual category of Poomsae Event to qualify for the semi-final. However, in the semi-finals he was beaten by Korea's former World Champion who beat him 6.966-7600. In this way, Shehbaz has become the second Pakistani player of the ongoing event to have won bronze for country. Earlier, Shahzeb Khan also won bronze medal in the Kyarugi event during the ongoing back-to-back Taekwondo Championships in Korea city of Chuncheon.  Meanwhile, Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF) President Lt Col (R) Waseem Ahmad Janjua said: "Our players' have played extremely well and he attributed this grand success to their hard work and also the rigorous training provided to them by the PTF prior to these championships. "Winning two bronze medals in these events in which the world's best outfits are featuring is a great honour for us", Janjua said.
Shahzaib claims bronze medal in Asian Taekwondo Championship
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Pakistani martial art athlete Mohammad Shahzaib claimed bronze medal in the 25th Asian Taekwondo Kyorugi Championship. He lifted the medal in -54 KG (Senior Khyrougi Event). Lt Col Raja Wasim Ahmed, President PTF has also given Presentation during WT Asia General Assembly and got approval for the conduct of 4th Combaxx Asian Open 2022 and 5th Asian Open 2023 in Islamabad Pakistan. This is a great milestone of the federation struggles for the promotion and development of Taekwondo in Pakistan.
Pakistan to participate in the Asian Taekwondo Championship 2022
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD:-Pakistan Taekwondo Team will take part in the forth-coming 7th Asian Poomsae, 25th Asian Kyorugi, and the Chuncheon Korea Open International Taekwondo Championships, as the events are scheduled to be held in South Korea from June 22 to July 2, 2022. According to an official of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF), Pakistan contingent will depart for Korea on June 20. A strong Pakistan Taekwondo team will feature in different categories of the championships. The team officials will attend the Asian Taekwondo Union (ATU) Council Meeting and the ATU General Assembly will be held on June 22. The Asian Poomsae Event will begin at Chuncheon City, Gangwon Province on June 23 while the 25th Asian Taekwondo Kyorugi Championship will be held from 24th till 27th June at Chuncheon City, Gangwon Province, Korea. Besides, the 2022 Chuncheon Korea Open International Taekwondo Championships will commence on June 29 and will continue till July 2 at the grand Hoban Gym. On the other hand, the Poomsae Kukkiwon Coach Master SEONGOH CHOI (KOREA) and three other Poomsae players namely Mohammad Waseem Jawed, Shahbaz Ahmed, and Flower Zaheer will continue to attend the training camp in Korea for 15 days. They will back home on July 17. Syed Sadaqat Hussain is the team manager while Faisal Nadeem Butt is the trainer. Yousuf Karami of Iran is the head coach for Kyorugi Players. Omar Saeed said: “The team is upbeat and well-prepared for the event and will fare well in these international-level events. Players were given hard training and also international exposure ahead of these prestigious Championships in Korea”. PTF President Raja Wasim Ahmed said: “Federation had arranged a 10-day training camp for these players in Iran in June which was aimed to prepare the players for the upcoming Asian championship in Korea," Names of players and officials: Raja Wasim Ahmed (President PTF), Omar Saeed (CEO of Pakistan Taekwondo Federation), Mazhar Abbas, Hamzah Omar Saeed, Mohammad Iqbal, Haroon Khan, Shahzaib Khan (male players), Fateemaah Tuz, Zahraa Khawar Zoya Sabir (female players), Mohammad Wasim Jawed, Shahzaib Ahmed, Flower Zaheer (Poomsae Team).  
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