Ariana: Afghanistan won the 5th COMBAXX Asian Open Taekwondo Championship after clinching two gold medals along with two silver medals on Sunday in Pakistan. Mohsen Rezaei and Ali Akbar Amiri both won gold while Omid Sahak and Hekmatullah Zain each won silver. According to the Afghanistan Taekwondo Federation the team topped the scoreboard, securing overall
Khaama: This match took place on Friday, within the “MTKF” organization in the city of Moscow. Mr. Hotak defeated his Kyrgyzstani opponent, Makat Abdulqadir, in a thrilling showdown last night. Notably, Wali Hotak secured victory over his Kazakhstani opponent in the second round, utilizing a submission move to clinch the win. Interestingly, Mr. Hotak chose
Khaama: On Sunday, Mohsen Rezaei, the captain of Afghanistan’s national taekwondo team, secured a bronze medal. Despite losing in the semi-final to South Korea’s Jang Jun, he reached this achievement. Rzaei won the bronze medal after defeating opponents from Japan, Tajikistan, and Kazakhstan, with one loss against his Korean opponent. The 9th edition of the
Khaama: Nasrat Haqparast, a martial artist, secured victory against his American opponent in a UFC fight. The fight between Haqparast and American athlete Landon Kinney occurred in Sydney, Australia, on a Sunday morning within the UFC organization. Haqparast defeated his American opponent in a thrilling match, winning by a score. Nasrat Haqparast boasts a professional
8am: In a display of impressive skill and unwavering determination, Afghan taekwondo athlete Mohsen Rezaei has emerged as the victor in the final match of the World Taekwondo Festival, triumphing over Mehdi Khavari and securing the coveted gold medal. The final match of this prestigious competition took place on Sunday, August 19th, culminating in Rezaei’s
Khaama: Ali Akbar Amiri, a distinguished member of Afghanistan’s national taekwondo team, clinched the prestigious gold medal at the 2023 Chuncheon Korea Open International Taekwondo Championships. Amiri clinched the top spot in the tournament’s men’s +87kg category by overcoming the challenge posed by Nigeria’s Abdoul Issoufou. His exceptional performance and victory underscored his dominance in
Ariana: A three-match ODI series between India and Afghanistan scheduled for June has reportedly been postponed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). The series between the two countries was originally scheduled to be played between June 23 and June 30 in a three-match fixture. Click
Ariana: Javid Basharat, Afghanistan’s third UFC fighter, defeated his American rival in his first UFC fight night on Saturday in the United States. Besharat is the third Afghan to be part of UFC and follows in the footsteps of Bahadorzadeh and Nusrat Haghparast. Click here to read more (external link).
MMAFighting: Basharat doesn’t know why exactly his request to walk out with the Afghanistan flag has been denied, although he harbors no ill will toward the UFC. It’s the company’s decision to make. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Afghanistan’s Cricket Board reported that the national under-19 cricket team beat the Zimbabwean cricket team and has advanced to the quarterfinals of the ICC Under 19 World Cup 2022 in the West Indies. Click here to read more (external link). Other Sports News Pakistani MMA fighters compete in Afghanistan