Maheshwar’s daughters have once again won the glory of success in the Asian Canoe Salalam Competition held in Thailand. Indian players continue to perform strongly in the competition.
The daughters of the district have once again hoisted the flag of success in the Asian Canoe Salalam Competition being held in Pattaya, Thailand. Indian players continue to perform strongly in the competition. Maheshwar’s daughters have won 4 medals. Giving information, Sports Officer Pavi Dubey said that 11 players represented the country in the Yuva Kalyan Water Sports Canoe Salalam competition. In this Shikha Chauhan won 2 bronze, Bhumi Baghel 1 bronze and Ahana Yadav won a bronze medal. On their victory, the girls told that it is their endeavor that they will work hard to win gold for the country in the upcoming competition. Expressing happiness over the success of the girls, Collector Shivraj Singh Verma congratulated them for the excellent game.
Daughters illuminated the name
In the Asian Canoe Salalam Championship held in Thailand from May 18 to May 21, 11 players of District Water Sports Canoe Salalam Academy Maheshwar have represented the country, in which Maheshwar’s Shikha Chauhan won 2 bronze medals, Bhumi Baghel won 1 bronze and Ahana Yadav brought laurels to the district by winning 1 bronze medal. These days MP’s daughters are making a name for themselves by reaching different parts of the world, where these daughters are proudly raising the head of their city and state along with themselves. These daughters of Maheshwar of Madhya Pradesh have performed brilliantly by showing their mettle in the Asian Canoe Slalom Competition.
Course is made in Maheshwar
According to the information, the country’s first canoe slalom course is in Sahasradhara located in Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh. With the formation of the course, now big players have started emerging in this game from the state, who are bringing laurels to the city and the state by going to different parts of the country and the world. Canoe slalom competition is held in Sahasradhara region of Narmada in Maheshwar. Players from Madhya Pradesh and other states practice every morning and evening by rowing boats in the flat waters of the Narmada river and the sharp currents of the Sahasradhara. The Sports and Youth Welfare Department has spent Rs 30 lakh in preparing this course. Slalom courses are made artificially in Germany and other countries, on which crores of rupees are spent. Our strength is that the course was marked at first sight in Sahasradhara.