Special Olympic World Summer Games 2019 Welcomes Nepal, UAE

Nepali players will be seen in the five-A side unified futsal, bocce and athletics
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Special Olympic World Summer Games 2019 Welcomes Nepal, UAE

Nepal has always been at the forefront in leaving its footprint across sports tournaments, globally.

Here comes another new update about Nepal’s participation in one of the world’s summer championships.

Nepal is preparing for the Special Olympic World Summer Games in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) scheduled on March 14-21, 2019.

The participating Nepali team was given a grand farewell amid a program in Nepal Sports Council on March 05, 2019.

In the championship, Nepali players will be seen in the five-A side unified futsal, bocce and athletics.

Nagina Maharjan, Saurabh Karki, Adesh Raj Kafle, Adit Bajracharya, Ajaya Tamang, Elisa Neupane, Sabina Chhusyabaga, Anish Karki, Mahendra Karki, Ishwar Limbu, Mahima Koirala, Sagar Sherchan, Kshitiz Baniya, Sunita Sunuwar, Ishan Shrestha and Dhana Bahadur Chhetri are Nepali players participating in the sports tournament.

Ganesh Parajuli is the Chief Coach and Thakur Prasad Gautam is the Futsal Coach.

Rahul Lamichhane and Shanti Thapa are appointed athletics instructors, while Bimala Lama is going to be the bocce instructor.

Chairperson of Special Olympic Nepal Dr Shikshita Shrestha is leading the team as its leader.

The team will leave for UAE on March 7, 2019.

The upcoming trip will be the second such from Nepali sportsmen after the national cricket team’s recent visit for the ODI and Twenty20 cricket with UAE team.

Hope the summer tournament will be another biggie for Nepalis!

All the Best Nepal!

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