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Neelansh koshta Won Gold Medal in National and international Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwo

Added: (Sun Feb 18 2018)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Neelansh koshta (born 7 April in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India)
is an Indian Taekwondo practitioner, who won the gold medal in 1st National & International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament. Represented his country at International level. He participated in the 75-kg category at the Inter-club Championships in Jabalpur

After won 5 fights. In His last fight with Dev. He faltered in the second round itself where he lost by a single point Out

He won a silver medal at this championship despite being a beginner player. Based on this performance, his coach predicted Neelansh success at 2016, 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament As per his coach’s expectations, he won the gold medal at the 1st National traditional Olympic martial arts tournament.

== Personal ==
Neelansh koshta is an Indian Taekwondo practitioner, who won the gold medal in 1st National & International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament. Represented his country at International level.

Neelansh starts learning Taekwondo fighting style after completing his engineering. His Coach Arun Yadav continuously saw improvements in his fight day by day.

When he joins Taekwondo his weight was 85kg. And for any beginner Taekwondo fighter this heavyweight cause problem in performing moves like high kick, face kick, round kick, jump back kick, and full leg split
He continued his training and soon by practicing very hard his Coach saw his improvement and force him to participate in Inter-club Taekwondo championship.
Where he first experience Taekwondo fighting level. By fighting with different players. In Interclub championship Neelansh won Silver Medal. his father is a senior operating officer in Hindustan petroleum. And his mother is a government doctor(gazetted officer) posted in polipather Jabalpur. His elder brother, Akash, is a marine in merchant Navy completed his education from Sri Vivekananda Junior College in Chennai. Neelansh studied at the Maharishi Vidya Mandir School at Jabalpur up to third standard, Nachiketa higher secondary School, Jabalpur, up to class VII. And thereafter attended Samdariya public School, Jabalpur, up to class 12th. and Shri ram institute of technology (S. R. I. T), Jabalpur where he received a degree in mechanical engineering.

During his college years, Neelansh became actively involved in learning Taekwondo fight style and at 21, he was recognized as the Taekwondo Praticioner won Silver Medal in Inter-club Taekwondo Tournament after that, he started training in Tata commercial and later quit his job to participate in 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament.


== Tournament’s ==
=== 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament ===

In 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament 2016 at Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, He representing Madhya Pradesh. His coach was Arun Yadav. After won Silver Medal in Inter-club Taekwondo championship. Neelansh participated in 1st open National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament. Where he represented Madhya Pradesh. He fights in senior weight category 74 in National. After fighting with 11 state-level fighters.won a Gold medal in 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament.

After beating all 11 state fighters in fights, he won a gold medal in 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament Senior 74kg weight category, and so he became eligible for the International Taekwondo Tournament at Kathmandu, Nepal

=== International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament ===

In 1st National, Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament after won gold medal he is eligible to participate in International Taekwondo Tournament At Kathmandu Nepal


In Kathmandu Nepal where countries like Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Australia, Shrilanka, and India were participating.
After beating 4 country player in the fight his last fight was with Bhutanese player, whom he knocked out with his round kick. And Won the gold medal in International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament.
Represented his country at International level

Submitted by:India Taekwondo
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