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Infinio triumphs in Seoul championship
Taekwondo is fast catching up with youth, which is an undeniable fact More and more youth are lapping up this martial art with zeal and gusto An Indian team of 16 members participated in the IndoKorean Friendship Taekwondo championship in Seoul
Hyderabad: Taekwondo is fast catching up with youth, which is an undeniable fact. More and more youth are lapping up this martial art with zeal and gusto. An Indian team of 16 members participated in the Indo-Korean Friendship Taekwondo championship in Seoul.
The team returned home with a triumph by bagging a good number of gold medals. Notably, eight members of the 16-member Indian team are from Infinio Taekwondo Association, who exhibited their prowess with finesse and bagged eight gold medals. The Infinio Taekwondo Academy is promoted by M Jayanth Reddy and its CEO Ashish Taneja plays an instrumental role in grooming the Taekwondo practitioners.