18 November 2018

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Monday April 23, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Afghan taekwondo girl athletes achieved 8 medals and third position in 10th Fajr International Cup competitions.
Spokesman for directorate of physical education and sport told BNA reporter, Farishta Hussaini, Zahra Hussaini, Taiba Akbari, Asma Bakhuda, Samia Ghulami, Sabera Jafari, Nargis Arfani and Razia Akbari members of Afghan girl taekwondo team, who have participated in the tournament.
Athletes from 12 countries have been participated in 10th Fajr International Cup Competitions, which Iran got first position, Azerbaijan second and fortunately Afghan athletes ranked in third position of the tournament.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Sunday April 22, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Disabled Afghan athlete, Abbas Karimi won gold medal in World Para Swimming Competitions held in America yesterday.
Spokesman for directorate of physical education and sport told BNA, the competition held in Indiana-America that in the first day of the competitions, Abbas Karimi took gold medal.
Abbas Karimi participate at the distance of 50m backstroke and obtained first position of the match, the source added.
Qasim Hamidi head of swimming federation said, Abbas Karimi will take part in 50, 100m butterfly and 100m crawl matches tomorrow.
T/M.A.Ansari
 

Thursday April 19, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) boss Nazmul Hasan informed that the board has decided Bangladesh will play a T-20-I series instead of ODIs against the Afghans.
Bangladesh will play a T-20-I series against Afghanistan this June in Dehradun, India.
BCB boss Nazmul Hasan informed that the board has decided Bangladesh will play a T-20-I series instead of ODIs against the Afghans. The final fixture of the series has not been decided yet but it is most likely that the T20Is will be played in June.
“We have a commitment with Afghanistan about playing a series. We have decided to play the series and the format has been also finalized. We will play a T-20-I series against Afghanistan. Now, the matter of fact is, we want to play three T20Is whereas Afghanistan want to play four. So our cricket operations committee and other departments will look into the matter and decide the number of matches soon,” informed Nazmul to the media at the BCB office Wednesday.
There has been speculation that the BCB wanted to change the venue but the board chief informed that other venues are unavailable due to a busy fixture so the series is likely to be held in Dehradun.
“Afghanistan wanted to play in Dehradun. We had considered other venues like Mumbai or Bengaluru. But the reality is all these alternative venues have been occupied due to various fixtures. So far it has been decided to play in Dehradun,” said Nazmul.
Afghanistan recently qualified for the 50-over World Cup in dramatic fashion. They were on the verge of being eliminated from the tournament but eventually won the Qualifiers event by defeating West Indies in the final comprehensively.
Dhakatribune
 

Saturday April 14, 2018

Herat City (BNA) Afghanistan-Herat Kyokushinkai Karata Kancho Matsui team returned home from second Asian World Cup Competitions held in Kuwait.
Kyokushinkai Karata Kancho Matsui competitions and international learning seminar regarding the game held in Kuwait that Afghanistan athletes participated in the competitions.
At the end of the competitions Abdul Azem Farhang obtained first class international referee degree and two players of Kyokushinkai Karata Kancho Matsui-Herat succeeded to achieve certificates and find way to Asian Competitions.
T/M.A.Ansari