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Sisters from Jammu and Kashmir win gold in the Russian Wushu Championship

<p>Ansa and Ayeera Chishti, sisters, won gold medals in the Russian Moscow Stars Wushu International Championship, which took place in Moscow, Russia, from February 28 to March 5, bringing honors to Jammu and Kashmir.</p>
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<p>With regard to their respective weight classes of 52 kg and 56 kg, both athletes excelled. In the finals, they defeated their Russian rivals.</p>
<p>Ayeera has now won three international medals, having previously won gold in Georgia and bronze in the World Championship in Indonesia. “This is her third medal in an international Wushu competition in a row. She was also on the State Award shortlist the previous year. According to an official, Ayeera is the first female Wushu athlete to be considered for this coveted honor.</p>
<p>Anasa also took home a silver medal at the World Wushu tournament. She had previously placed second in the Georgia International Wushu Championship. She has never won an international championship gold medal before.</p>
<p>Notably, both athletes have won several medals at national championships and are national champions in their respective weight classes.</p>

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