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INDIAN TEAM FOR 3RD ASIAN INDOOR GAMES 2009 AT VIETNAM

 
  Organised by : OLYMPIC  COUNCIL  OF  ASIA Teams will take part through NOC  
 

Emblem 
The logo is the logical, scientific and proper combination of the features, both strong and flexible, of the typical motifs of sports games in Vietnam like the torch, the lotus and the symbol of the Olympic Council of Asia. 

 
The logo is the image of a torch created by flaming colorful petals, lighting up an ambiance, exciting and imposing, of a major sports event. The lotus, with the petals joined together like twisted hands, a symbol of solidarity, friendship and cooperation
 
A flower with many colors also symbolizes the vigorous vitality and the records made by the athletes and participating sports delegations. The lotus is a symbol of beauty, the beauty of delicacy and simplicity, strongly imbued with the identity of Vietnamese culture.
 
The logo of the Olympic Council of Asia is the image of a pistil, fresh and long lasting. It is also the red sunlight of victory and future-oriented development.
 

 
Mascot
The mascot of the 3rd Asian Indoor Games is the Ho chicken, a distinctly Vietnamese rare breed of chicken. The chicken is familiar with Vietnamese people. According to folklore, the chicken, particularly the rooster, has the five qualities of a man of honor: literary, martial arts, physical strength, humanity and loyalty.
 
The image of a Ho chicken rising himself to welcome the sun is like Vietnam's sports industry's readiness to welcome Asian sports.
 

INDIAN TEAM FOR  3RD  ASIAN UNDOOR  GAMES 2009 AT VIETNAM

The selection of Indian Kickboxing Team  to take part in the forth coming 3rd Asian Indoor Games(AIG) 2009 is being held  on 4-5th July 2009 at  Indoor Hall, Unit-1, Bhubaneswar by Indian Association of Kickboxing Organisation (IAKO) hosted by All Orissa Kickboxing Association (AOKA).

 

On 4th July 2009 Hon’ble Mayor of Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation Shri Anant Narayan Jena welcomed the participants to the Temple City  as the Chief Guest accompanied by Er. S.S. Harichandan, President, IAKO / Shri J.K. Das, President, Rotary Club of BBSR / Shri Nila Madhav Nanda, Vice President, SGFI and Asst. Director, Education(Physical), Govt. of Orissa /  Shri Lalatendu Mishra, Dy. Commissioner, BMC / Shri Pradyumna Behera, General Secy, AOKA in the Opening Ceremony at 7.00pm at the venue. Shri Shivananda Ray, President, AOKA  chair the meeting and vote of thanks offered by Shri Pradyumna Behera.
 

On 5th July’09 at 7.00pm the selected Kickboxers will be felicitated by Shri K.P. Singhdeo, President PCC Orissa & Chairman, Sports Development Committee, Indian Olympic Association as the Chief Guest accompanied by Shri B.K. Ray, Chief Manager, Bank of India, Saheed Nagar Branch. About 100 male and female Kickboxers from different parts of India including Armed & Police Units has taken part through their respective Associations by merit basis in their respective weight categories.

 

Under the Chairmanship of Engineer S.S. Harichandan, President , IAKO a selection Committee including members Mr. C.A. Tamboli( Maharastra), Secy.(Technical), IAKO / Mr. Montu Das(WB),Secy. General, IAKO/ Mr. Donny Ranee(Meghalaya) / Mr. P. Selvaraj(Tamilnadu) / Mr. Harsh Dahiya(Delhi) / Mr. Santosh Agrawal(HAriyana) / Mr. Umakanta(Manipur) selected the best Kickboxers on merit and performances basis.

 

The 3rd Asian Indoor Games (AIG) will be held for the first time in Vietnam in the fall of 2009 under the direct leadership of the Government with the participation of key sectors and mayors of Ha Noi, Ho Chi Minn City, Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Hai Duong, Bac Ninh under the aegis of Olympic Council of Asia(OCA). Hanoi, a city of peace and province of Vietnam with a vision of peace, friendliness and hospitality with sports lovers on the East Sea.
 
The AIG is an indoor sporting event held every two years by OCA and has become a playground well known in the continent and the world. Vietnam's success in hosting the 22nd SEA Games, the APEC Summit, the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM Summit) and many other international activities has left positive impressions on friends around the world, in general, and in Asia, in particular. 

 

The 3rd Asian Indoor Games is expected to have 23 sports: indoor Athletics, Pencak Silat, 25m -Swimming, 50m- fin swimming, Dance Sport, Sepak Takraw, Chess and Chinese, Billiards & Snooker, Sport Aerobics, Futsal, Bowling, Kickboxing, Muay, Vovinam, indoor petanque, indoor Archery, Kurash, Kabadi, 3 on 3 Basketball, women Self defense ( women boxing and wushu) and  demonstration sports : Jujitsu and Belt wrestling.
 
Er. S.S. Harichandan informed that there shall be two training camps conducted prior to the Indian Team leaving for Vietnam and hope full to win medals for the country. In 2nd AIG held in Macau in 2007 the Indian Team won 2 Silver and 6 Bronze medals for the country. He also informed that the Indian Team is ready to take part in the forthcoming 1st Asian Martial Art Games of OCA  which was postponed from April to  01-09th August 2009 at Bangkok, Thailand.
 
The Indian Kickboxing Team for 3rd AIG at Vietnam shall take part under the patronage of Indian Olympic Association and WAKO Asian Kickboxing Federation. The selected list of participants is attached .
 
Pradyumna Behera 
General Secretary, AOKA
    Montu Das
Secretary General, IAKO
     

 

Dear Members of IAKO,

 
I have the pleasure to inform you all that the result of our Indian Kickboxing Team sanctioned by IOA and Ministry for the 3rd Asian Indoor Games as follows,
 
Ms Ratnadipti Shimpi Maharastra - - Semicontact - SILVER
Mr. Pankaj Kumar Mahanta - Orissa - Semicontact  - BRONZE
Mr. Lemba - Manipur - Low Kick - BRONZE
Mr. Manoj Kumar - ITBP, Delhi - Low Kick - BRONZE
Mr. Amir Khan - Maharastra - Low Kick -  BRONZE
Ms. Ritika Mohan Singh - Maharastra - Low Kick - Lost to Khazakstan, the Gold Medalist of her category , of course by giving a neck to neck fight in three rounds.
 

OFFICIALS

 
Engineer Harichandan SS - Orissa - Jury Member
Mr Tamboli CA - Maharasdtra - Jury Member
Mr. Pradyumna behera - Orissa - Coach
Mr. Harsh Dahiya - Delhi - Manager
Mr. Santosh Agrawal - Haryana - Asst Manager
Mr. Umakanta Singh - Manipur - Asst Coach
 
There were twelve countries taken part through their NOC recomendations only and offcourse through WAKO Asian Federation.
 
The competition were very tough and witnessed by the Consul general of India in Vietnam, Chief De Mission , Deputy Chief De Mission, NOC Officials including Mr. Narayanan, WAKO/ WAKO Asia Presidents and well appreciated for the devloping technical standards of Indian Kickboxing of IAKO..
 
More over Raja Randhir Singh , Secy, General of OCA / IOA personally congratulated our Secy. General of IAKO Mr. Montu Das over telephone  for the stunning winning of the Indian Kickboxing Team in Vietnam as well as in Bangkok. IAKO family salute this great personality for his kind guesture.
 
The Consul General Mr. Mishra and his wife in Vietnam , both are from Orissa, has thrown an wonderful dinner party for the Indian contigent lead by Deputy Chief De Mission Mr. Pande from UP and personally visited our fights on closing ceremony and congratulated our team members.
 
At the out set this is an wonderfull trip to wonderland Vietnam.
 
My heartiest congratulations to all the team members of IAKO for this memorable achievements.
 
More photos followed.
 
Regards,
Er. Harichandan SS
President, IAKO
 
       
       
       
       
    Pankaj-Orissa Ritika - Mumbai
   
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