Athletes Shine at IWAS Games 2023: Kasthuri and Sakina Khatun Clinch Gold Medals!


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In a momentous celebration of strength and determination, SAI NCOE Gandhinagar athletes, Kasthuri and Sakina Khatun, have emerged triumphant by securing gold medals in Parapowerlifting at the IWAS Games 2023. The dynamic duo showcased unparalleled skill and tenacity in their respective categories, with Kasthuri dominating the 67 kg division and Sakina Khatun triumphing in the 50 kg category.

The victories mark not only a personal achievement for these incredible athletes but also a testament to the rigorous training and unwavering commitment fostered at the Sports Authority of India’s National Centre of Excellence in Gandhinagar. Their outstanding performances bring immense pride to the nation, highlighting the prowess of Indian athletes on the global stage.

The joyous occasion is a testament to the relentless dedication and hard work put in by Kasthuri and Sakina Khatun, embodying the spirit of excellence that SAI NCOE Gandhinagar aims to instill in its athletes. Their gold medal triumphs not only add to their individual accolades but also contribute to India’s growing prowess in Parapowerlifting.

The SAI NCOE Gandhinagar community and the entire nation extend heartfelt congratulations to Kasthuri and Sakina Khatun for their stellar achievements. Their success serves as an inspiration for aspiring athletes and a source of pride for every Indian who celebrates the indomitable spirit of our sports champions.

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