Guwahati/ 22nd July’2017 (Prag News Desk): N G Toshibala from Manipur a Wushu player is marked among the other 46 who is trained at the Rajiv Gandhi High Altitude Centre.
Toshibala worked as a supervisor at State’s Social Welfare Department.
She returned to sports after a gap of three years.
Her achievement included in the tons of India’s northeast region in the field of sports which making the nation proud in the international platform.
Toshibala clinched many medals including silver medal in Women’s Changquan event during the first ever BRICS Games in China 2017.
Fourteen young players including Toshibala were undergoing training with five national coaches in various forms of Wusheu which includes kickboxing, Taichi, Toula movements and various grappling techniques.
Many youths have joined Indian Army through Woshu and also get successful in earning government jobs.
She urges youth to practice well with full concentration with will help them to enter in coming Olympics Games 2020. The
46 campers include of 40 players with five coaches and one physio who were selected for the upcoming 14th World Wushu Championship to be held at Kazan in Russia to start from September 25 to October 4, 2017.