The harder the battle, the sweeter the victory for our TARUSHI GAUR!
Tarushi Gaur, student of Class IV of The British School, Sector 12, Panchkula has achieved the title of youngest 2nd DEGREE / 2nd DAN Black Belt in Taekwondo, Martial Arts from South Korea.
Sports Minister Sh.Anil Vij felicitated Tarushi for her achievement. Sh.Anil Vij ji proudly tied the Black belt from KUKKIWON, South Korea the universal single body and Headquarter of Taekwondo to award black belt in Taekwondo.
Sports Minister Sh.Anil Vij remembered felicitating her earlier and appreciated Tarushi Gaur on becoming the Youngest World Record Holder in Taekwondo. He congratulated Tarushi on choosing this sport. Sh.Anil Vij told how self defence should become an important part of everyone’s life.
Tarushi’s dedication towards this sport and her hard work has helped her achieve this success. Hours of rigorous training, self control and determination to succeed has paved this way for her.
Sports Minister, Sh.Anil Vij also presented her 2 Gold Medals that she won in “2nd India International Taekwondo Championship” organised under KUKKIWON, the World Headquarter of Taekwondo. 2000 players from 10 countries and 23 states participated in the prestigious Tournament held in Talkatora Stadium, Delhi.
Tarushi’s coach, Master Shiv Raj Gharti feels proud of her accomplishment. His hardcore training and trust on Tarushi motivated her to understand each and every step of her syllabus recommended by KUKKIWON, Headquarter of Taekwondo, South Korea.
She was recently awarded “Mera Swabhiman” and was the youngest of the 16 women who were honoured for the same.
She has achieved 20 Gold Medals in last 40 days in Martial Arts and Speed Skating.
Tarushi Gaur’s tally of medals and awards crossed the magic figure of 200 and her interest in sports keeps on increasing with each passing day. What is commendable is that her interest in sports does not deter her to give her best in her class.
Her parents play a major role in making her emotionally and mentally strong. The school and the parents, both leave no stone unturned to hone her talent further.
Tarushi dreams of representing and winning for India in Olympics and we all wish the very best to her.