Jammu, October 25 (Scoop News)-Atul Pangotra (Deptt of Youth Services & Sports, J&K Govt) became the first youngest Indian to officiate in an International event outside country as a International Referee when he participated in 1st Mount Everest International Taekwondo championship from 22nd to 24th September, 2011 in Kathmandu, Nepal as a International Referee and performed well and got appreciation Award from Nepal Taekwondo Association. The only International Referee from the State has participated in two International events as an official last year in India Open International championship and in
Atul went there with his two players Zaheer abbass from Kargil and Manpreet Singh Jammu. Both of players played well in the championship
After Finished the championship then he flew to
The training course is to keep International Coaches abreast with the advanced techniques being used to train International players. Atul is a commonwealth bronze medalist, National champion from 2008 to onwards and has participated in 3 world championships as a player. He is currently ranked one in
He was welcomed by Harish kumar , President TFI and other office bearers at the
President Jammu & Kashmir Taekwondo Association P.C.Sharma and other office bearers congratulate Atul for his another achievement in the field of Taekwondo and hope that other players and coaches also do the same. P.C. Sharma gave Special Thanks to Minister of Sports R.S. Chib B.A.Runiyal , Commisioner Secretary Technical Edu, Director Youth Services & Sports for permitted him to participate this event and Training course as Atul Pangotra is working in Department of Youth Services & Sports J&k Govt.