Mumbai 14 January 2014: The dashing model turned actor Sandhya Shetty has won the Maharashtra Karate Association Championship 2014 under the category of Kumite minus 68 Kg category state competition organized by the Maharshtra Karate Association here today
Online PR News – 16-January-2014 – Mumbai / Maharashtra – Mumbai 14 January 2014: The dashing model turned actor Sandhya Shetty has won the Maharashtra Karate Association Championship 2014 under the category of Kumite minus 68 Kg category state competition organized by the Maharshtra Karate Association here today. This event is the most important selection procedure for the state because the best in the category will represent the state to win a medal for the state at the national championship.
With this win, Sandhya will represent Maharashtra at the national championship which will be held in New Delhi on 26 January 2014 by the Karate Association of India (which is the government recognized national body). The participants will be the winners from various state level competitions where the female and male competitors to fight in various weight categories.
“Karate is my passion and modeling and acting is my career and I am born to do that. This year, at the national level, I expect nothing less than a Gold,” says a confident Sandhya.
Sandhya is practicing karate since last nine years has won many state and national level championships and currently is a ‘black belt’ in Goju Ryu style.
Incidently, Sandhya is the Silver medalist at the 34th National Karate Championship (India) held at Ranchi representing the state of Maharashtra in 2011.
In the past, she has won Bronze medal in Karate National Championship held at Chennai in 2007, Gold medal in 2nd Mayor Cup Karate Championship in Mumbai in 2008, Gold medal at Maharashtra State Karate Championship and Gold medal at Akshay Kumar 1st Invitational Open National Championship in 2009 and Bronze at All India Karate-do Federation National Championship in 2010.
Sandhya shows the way beauty, glamour and sport can go hand in hand. Way to go Sandhya!