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Mansoor Wani of Baramulla Creates history

Mansoor Wani of Baramulla Creates history

Mansoor Wani of Baramulla made history by representing Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian Physique Alliance & NPC National Championship held in Delhi.

Pic: JKSportstime Khan Raja

More than 350 participants took part in this competition, with athletes from all over India competing against each other.

Mansoor finished third place in the overall Men’s Physique category. The Jammu and Kashmir team left for Delhi on March 29 with 11 players for the championship. Hamid Ashraf, Adil Ahmed, Altaf Hussain, Sajjad Pala, Ateeq Lone, Ishfaq Bhat, Farooq Ahmad, Muzaffar Khanday, Owais Ahmad, Ishfaq Bhat, were the participants of this national championship from J&K.
All these players qualified for the 2nd round, which was a proud moment for Jammu and Kashmir.

During the National Championship, Asif Rashid, National Head, J&K Physics Alliance & NPC India, encouraged all the players. He also assured that in all the upcoming competitions, the team from Jammu and Kashmir will participate in the international championships too. Head of the UT Asif assured that our players have the potential to put them on the big stage. He also said in his statement that Mansoor Wani won 3rd place in the overall Men’s Physique as well as a cash prize of Rs.7500/. It was the first team in the last 30 years to qualify for the NPC Worldwide. That being said, this is the platform that can show athletes the Road to Mr. Olympia. This NPC Championship not only won the players but also got a lot of exposure.

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