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Innocent Hearts School students Aakriti and Hargun outshine in Roller Skating Championship

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Jalandhar, Oct 14, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)
The students of Innocent Hearts showcased their skills in Roller Skating in CBSE Cluster championship and won gold medals. Aakriti studying in class II played U-8 category in 300 m and 1000m (inline girls) and bagged gold medals.

Hargun Hundal of class IV played U-12 category and participated in 500 m – inline girls and won silver medal and achieved gold medal in 1000 m – inline girls. Both of them have been selected for National. This CBSE Cluster was held at Saffron City School, Fatehgarh Sahib.

Both of them have already won gold in other Roller skating championships. Principal – Mr. Rajeev Paliwal congratulated them on their success and wished them good luck.

The Management of Innocent Hearts congratulated the students, their parents and motivated them to go ahead with the same spirit and appreciated the efforts of HOD Sports Mr. Sanjeev Bhardwaj.

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