International coach & referee Master Jayesh Velhal selected India team coach for Gwanju Open International Taekwondo Championship 2019. This was held in South Korea on 20-22 July 2019.
The winners are as follows- 1.) Aman Ambati U/9: Gold (Poomsae individuals), STD- 3rd grade, School- S.V.K.M J.V. Parekh International School. 2.) Aishwarya Rautela U/9: Silver, Grade 2nd, Podar International School. 3.) Aayush Singh Rautela U/13: Silver, Grade 4th, Podar International School. 4.) Veda Ambati U/13: Silver, STD-6th grade, School- S.V.K.M J.V. Parekh International School.
Coach Nishant Shinde did a good job under the guidance of master Jayesh Velhal. Head of the team master Jayesh Velhal said “Nishant always complete his responsibilities. Nishant is a sincere coach and my other senior coaches team also supportive as Vinit Sawant, Pranay Mulki, Krupesh Rankshetre, Frank Kanadia, Swapnil Shinde, Nikhil Pawar, Yash Dalvi, Hardik Patil, Gunjan Mishra. Apart from them my Raigad team coach Kamesh Kadam also did well about all Taekwondo responsibilities. So, I am very much happy about my all trainers but specially Nishant sir. He took good efforts about these 4 kids those who won medals in International Championship.”
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