13-year-old Tajamul Islam has created history by winning gold in the Kick-boxing World Championship. This is the second gold medal in the World Championship for this 13-year-old player from Bandipora, Jammu, and Kashmir.
Tajamul Islam of Jammu and Kashmir Created History
Tajamul Islam of Jammu and Kashmir has created history, facing new challenges step by step in the shadow of terrorism. At the age of just 13, Tajamul Islam has set a new example of courage and skill by winning the gold medal (under 14 categories) in the Kick-boxing World Championship in Egypt.
World Championship Ssecond Gold Medal
This is the second gold medal in the world championship. He had earlier won the sub-junior title in the 2016 World Championship held in Italy. In this union territory battling terrorism, she has also encouraged women to show something with their performance. However, this journey was not so easy for Tajamul. When he made up his mind to join this sport at the age of five, his father was not ready for it due to the fear of injury. But she was successful in persuading her mother. Then his father also agreed to it. His father is a driver.
Tajamul Aims to Bring Laurels to the Country in Olympics
Tajamul was successful in changing the mindset of the people in the Valley regarding this game. She became like a star there. He has opened his own academy of kick-boxing in Bandipora named Haider Sports Academy. In this, hundreds of girls from nearby villages come for practice. Tajamul aims to bring laurels to the country in the Olympics. The special thing is that kick-boxing has been recognized in the 138th session of the International Olympic Committee. Due to which this sport can become a part of the Olympics in the future.
Tajmul Achieved Success on The Second
Tajmul, studying in Army School, Bandipora, talks about the championship. TOI said, ‘The championship started on October 18 and ended on October 24, I played my final match on October 22. From India, 30 players took part in this World Championship in different categories. On this success of Tajmul, the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu and Kashmir congratulated him.