para tae kwando player kunwar honoured

Kathmandu, June 24: Nepali sportsman Yadav Kunwar, the bronze medal winner of the fourth WTF World Para Tae Kwan Do championship held  one week ago in Lausen of Switzerland  have been honoured here today.

Aama Ghar, an organisation working for protection of conflict victim children at Minbhawan, Lalitpur honoured him. Janardan KC, who played a role of a trainer was also honoured on the occasion.

Organisation Chairperson Dilshova Shrestha said it has been proved that players with disability can also highlight the name of the country in international arena if they are given opportunity. Shrestha honoured them by presenting shawls and garlands.

Honoured player Yadav Kunwar said he was happy that he won the bronze among players of more than 70 countries of the world and added state should provide disabled players a proper opportunity.

 Kunwar had both of his hands paralysed due to injury on the left hand in accident in South Korea during foreign employment a few years ago.

Tae Kwando costumes were also provided to Tae Kwan Do players taking training in the Aama Ghar.

Nepal's Olympian Sangina Baidya handed over the 24 pieces of costumes provided by Yashoda Shrestha, an hotelier in South Korea, to the players. RSS 

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