Pooja win Gold
Pooja Kadian of Haryana made history by winning the gold medal in the World Championships in Russia (Kazan), and increased the hope of changing the colors of the game in India. Sushil Kamar, secretary of the Wushu Union, says, “India increased the courage of more than a million plus players and officials associated with this sport.” Pooja, who won silver medal in the last three world championships, defeated Yevgeny Stepanova of Russia in the final of the 75kg Sanda Style Contest, and got her the first gold medal for India in the last 29 years of world championships.
Indian team’s chief coach Kuldeep
Indian team’s chief coach Kuldeep Hondu says that it was not easy to beat the host team’s player in the final, playing at a temperature of 2 degrees in Russia. Kuldeep says, “In the semifinal, Pooja raised the courage by defeating the Egyptian player, but it seemed as if playing against Russia’s player not be an injustice to us.” The good thing that there Iran, The teams of Vietnam, Afghanistan, Hong Kong and other countries kept on encouraging other Indian players including worship, so it thought that the player of Russia allowed to play at the domestic stadium. I found you. ”
After the golden conquest of Pooja, other countries like Russia and other countries coached them and congratulated them. In the 14th Wushu World Championship in Kazan (September 26-October 14), Pooja took 8 years to travel from the last three silver to the Gold Medal. In Kazakhstan, India won 5 gold medals with one gold and 4 bronze. Sushil, the general secretary of the Wushu Sangh, says, “The Indian team reached the fifth spot in the points table (fifth in Sanda and number 12 in the total medal table). This has been a big success for us.” While Coach Kuldeep says, “This time we the expectation of 2-3 gold from the beginning. But due to difficulties, we could win a gold only.” He explains that this time training overwhelming. Especially, he got very much benefit from high altitude training in Shilaru (Himachal Pradesh).
India’s performance in the Kazan Wushu World Championship
1. Pooja Kadian – Gold – 75kg
2.Ramesh Chandra Singh – Bronze – 48kg
3.Sunya Bhanupratap Singh – Bronze – 60kg
4.Rajinder Singh – Bronze – 90kg
5.K Anupama Devi – Bronze – 65kg
Pooja wonderful welcome
we arrive, worship of Pooja is like a star. RAJA, who working as a head concert in CRPF, immediately honored by the call of the Director General of CRPF. He invited to meet the Sports Minister today. Players, coaches and officials associated with Wushu are beginning to believe that this game expected to big results in the next Asian Games.Indian players bogged down there with the Chinese players. But there too, the expectations of gold bound.