Neelansh Koshta

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Neelansh Koshta (born 7 April 1994 in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India) is an Indian Taekwondo practitioner, Won the Gold Medal in 1st National and International Traditional Olympic Martial arts Taekwondo Tournament. Represented his country in international level.

Career

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Neelansh koshta winning a gold medal in International Taekwondo Tournament

1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament 2016 at rajnathgao chattishgar

He participated in 1st National[1] Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament 2016 at Rajnandgaon, Chhattisgarh, representing Madhya Pradesh. His coach was Arun Yadav.

After beating all 12 state fighters in fights,[2] he won a gold medal[3][4] in 1st National Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament Senior 74kg weight category, and so he became eligible for the International Taekwondo Tournament at Kathmandu, Nepal

International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament 2016 at Kathmandu Nepal

He participated at International Traditional Olympic Martial Arts Taekwondo Tournament[5] where countries like Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan, Australia, Sri Lanka, and India were participating. After beating 4 fighters, his last fight was with a Bhutanese fighter, whom he knocked out with his roundhouse kick to win a gold medal[6] in the Senior 70kg weight category .[7][8]

Gold Medal

Personal

Neelansh Koshta is a mechanical engineer. He is the son of Ganpatlal Koshta and Dr. Pushpa Koshta, and has an elder brother, Akash.

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