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India gets its first Taekwondo Premier League

I ndia got its  first Taekwondo Premier League with   its trophies and exclusive merchandise inaugurated over a glamorous soirée.  While the...


ndia got its first Taekwondo Premier League with its trophies and exclusive merchandise inaugurated over a glamorous soirée. While the League will open on June 23rd, it will have a grand concluding ceremony on June 25 at DDA Squash and Badminton Stadium Siri Fort in New Delhi.

The grand unveiling ceremony of the trophies & the merchandise took place at True Tramm Trunk Rooftop, curated by Blanckanvas Media Pvt Ltd. The star-studded evening saw the presence of a creme-de-la-creme crowd from the entertainment industry comprising Parimal Mehta, Jyoti Saxena, Hansa Singh, Madhuri Pandey, Shalini Chauhan, Rohit Reddy, Ankit Raj, Anupam Uppuluri, Renuca Singh Thakuri, Deepa, Komal, Prashant Virender Sharma and others.

Taekwondo Premier League is a professional platform for all budding and professional sports personnel to kickstart their careers in the sport. The platform is expanding its approach to a wider scale inviting participants from all over India. This unique championship is being organized for the first time in India and will create a new era in Taekwondo and gives a platform for every aspirant who is aiming to participate in the Olympics.  

Ganesh Duvvuri, the man behind the conception and creation of TPL is also an advisor to School Sports and Games of India and president of the Sports Promotion Association and has over 25 years of experience in Taekwondo as a Master Coach. He also happens to be a skilled Taekwondo trainer. His determination to teach martial arts made it possible to give to this nation some of the best national and international players across National and International platforms "My main motto is to provide a good platform for Taekwondo Players and Coaches. I believe that through TPL, every player can improve their Speed, Technique, Skills, Power, Accuracy, Confidence, and attitude"

Venkata K Ganjam (GK), founder & CEO of GKPR Media House also the co-founder and director of TPL said: "With the launch of TPL we are on a mission to uplift the sport to the next level. The support and love from the people and enthusiasts in the industry have made it possible. We wish to take it to the next level."

Navneetha Bachu, the pioneer of women's Taekwondo training and the co-founder of TPL is a visionary who believes that self-defense is every girl's birthright and implements the same ideology by coaching practitioners with diligence. Her students have represented India at national and International levels. "Taekwondo was not considered a professional sport in India. However, it has evolved and progressed gradually in India. The fan following and love for the sport has seen a huge rise in recent years where it has now been accepted as a professional career for many."


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