Udaipur Wins 24 Medals in the 2nd National Kudo Championship-2024

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06 Jun 24
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Udaipur Wins 24 Medals in the 2nd National Kudo Championship-2024

Udaipur: At the 2nd National Kudo Championship 2024, held at Green Hill University, Himachal Pradesh, Team Kudo Rajasthan secured a total of 98 medals, including 44 gold, 26 silver, and 28 bronze, winning the national championship for the seventh time.

The Udaipur District Kudo Organization, led by President Sensei Rajnandini Menaria, reported that five experienced national referee coaches from the district—Sensei Vipash Menaria, Sensei Jagpal Singh Rathore, Sensei Bhupendra Bandhu, and Sensei Rajnandini—secured the General Championship Trophy for Rajasthan under the leadership of international trainer and Rajasthan's head coach, Shihan Rajkumar Menaria. 

Rajasthan's historic victory saw outstanding performances from Udaipur's Kudo athletes, who contributed significantly with 13 gold, 6 silver, and 5 bronze medals, totaling 24 medals and enhancing Udaipur's prestige.

Team Manager and female coach Sensei Shubh Bala Radhaswami listed the Udaipur medalists:
- **Gold Medalists**: Linashree Dashora, Aranshi Jadaun, Rajnandini Menaria, Nikhil Jalora, Shashank Bohit, Bhavna Sahu, Neha Sharma, Bhavya Pawar, Rajveer Katara, Mohit Kumar Meena, Shivansh Sarkar, Veenu Kanwar, and Dhruvika Ranawat.
- **Silver Medalists**: Divyapratap Singh Ranawat, Riya Aswani, Riya Meena, Mitish Jain, Rupin Yadav, and Pranav Singh Chauhan.
- **Bronze Medalists**: Yuvraj Tak, Chirag Mehta, Kashish Pawar, and Riona Sarkar.

Team Manager Sensei Bhupendra Bandhu shared that upon returning from the national championship, the Jodhpur team received a grand welcome at the district headquarters, with sports enthusiasts, Kudo players, and parents greeting the winners with garlands, drums, and victory cheers.

Chief Kudo Coach of Rajasthan and 6th Degree Black Belt international trainer Shihan Rajkumar Menaria explained that the nine-day national Kudo training camp and championship were led by Kudo India's chief national trainer, Hanshi Mehul Vora (7th Degree Black Belt). The event saw participation from 1,500 men and women and over 100 trainers from 32 states and union territories across India.

Hanshi Mehul Vora announced that the gold medalists from the past three national championships would have the opportunity to participate in the selection trials for Team India at the "Kudo Asian Championship 2025" to be held in Armenia.


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