Shah Hussain will represent Pakistan in the Junior World Judo-2011

Peshawar, PJF Press Release, November 1, 2011: Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) aimed at bringing awareness, promoting unity and togetherness between locals and South Africans living internationally (Shah Hussain).

Pakistan athlete Shah Hussain Shah along with a coach is participating in the 17th Junior World Judo Championships-2011 at Cape Town the capital city of South Africa which will be held from November 3-6, 2011. The team will depart tonight in the late hours for Cape Town (South Africa).

Pakistan Judo Federation, Secretary General Masood Ahmed said before the team’s departure to South Africa they were also looking forward to Olympic games-2012 at London. He said, “Traveling internationally and playing quality teams in South Africa is the best development opportunity for aspiring young players”.

This championship is very important for us because it gives the coach an opportunity to test his athlete against different international oppositions. We have been struggling in Judo and this championship will help us correct some of the mistakes we have made. We hope that the team will come back with win and fight for honors in Judo.

Peshawar, PJF Press Release, November 1, 2011: Pakistan Judo Federation (PJF) aimed at bringing awareness, promoting unity and togetherness between locals and South Africans living internationally (Shah Hussain).

Pakistan athlete Shah Hussain Shah along with a coach is participating in the 17th Junior World Judo Championships-2011 at Cape Town the capital city of South Africa which will be held from November 3-6, 2011. The team will depart tonight in the late hours for Cape Town (South Africa).

Pakistan Judo Federation, Secretary General Masood Ahmed said before the team’s departure to South Africa they were also looking forward to Olympic games-2012 at London. He said, “Traveling internationally and playing quality teams in South Africa is the best development opportunity for aspiring young players”.

This championship is very important for us because it gives the coach an opportunity to test his athlete against different international oppositions. We have been struggling in Judo and this championship will help us correct some of the mistakes we have made. We hope that the team will come back with win and fight for honors in Judo.

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