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Assam to take part in Rowing Championships at Bangaluru

  • Assam State Rowing team
    Assam State Rowing team

The 16th Sub-Junior & 17th Challenger Sprints National Rowing Championships  organized by The Rowing Federation of India & Karnataka Amateur Rowing Association will be held at Bengaluru, Karnataka from May 26 to June 2, 2013. The Assam State Rowing team of boy’s & girl’s comprising of 22 Rowers, Coach Haladhar Choudhury,  and Team Manager Jhorna Sinha will be leaving Guwahati on May 25, informed by the Secretary of the Association, Nababuddin Ahmed.

The team members are as follows:

Boy's team

  1. Akash Deep Rajkhowa

  2. Ridhwaan Azeem

  3. Shankhanil Tamuli

  4. Manab Jyoti Dutta

  5. Dikshanta Kashyap Dev Sarma                      

  6. Sreyash Kashyap

  7. Shehraaz Ahmed 

  8. Pervez Sadiq Rahman   

  9. Aryan Lahon

  10. Milan Kalita

  11. Ankur Jyoti Boruah

Challenger Sprints:   
  1. Nafisa Sadiq
  2. Shreyanshi Kashyap

Boys team – U/ 13

  1. Naffi Hazarika
  2. Swapnanil Tamuli
Girls team
  1. Aradhana Das   
  2. Arindita Deka    
  3. Prerna Basnet   
  4. Sristi Sinha
  5. Nistha Baruah
Girls team – U/ 13     
  1. Jyestha Dipak
  2. Hanshita Sarmah

             

 

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