Meanwhile, India’s medals tally swelled on Saturday as Nitya Dalal won the gold, while Ankita Shah won the silver medal in the below-seven years category of the Kata technique at the packed NSCI Stadium.
India’s Deep Dave also won gold in the boys below-eight years category in the Kata technique. In the girls below-eight years category of the Kata technique, India’s Muskaan Shah and Mehreen Zaki fought hard, but ultimately had to be content with a bronze medal.
Then, in the girls below-nine years category of the Kata technique, India’s Stuti Bhattacharya won bronze, while in the girls below-11 years category, the bronze medal went to India’s Kaninhka Kareekar. Finally, in the boys below-nine years category, India’s Zayed Shirji and Prajwal Patil won bronze medals.
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