India Dominates 12th International Sqay Masters Cup 2024, Securing First Place with 76 Medals

The 12th International Sqay Masters Cup 2024 came to a thrilling close on June 28th at Pahalgam, Kashmir India, showcasing the exceptional skills and sportsmanship of the participating teams. India emerged as the clear winner, securing first place with an impressive 76 medals.

The week-long event, held in the picturesque city of Pahalgam, saw athletes from various countries competing in a range of categories. India's stellar performance earned them the top spot, leaving their competitors in awe. Iraq and Bangladesh secured second and third place respectively, with 31 and 24 medals.

In the highly anticipated Senior Combat event, Waseem Ahmad Beigh of India emerged as the victorious fighter, claiming the winner's trophy. Beigh's exceptional skills and unwavering determination were on full display, captivating the audience and cementing his place as a rising star in the Sqay world. Meanwhile, Salwan Khaleel Ibrahim from Iraq was honored with the Best Fighter Award, showcasing his remarkable talent and dedication.

The host country and organizers express their heartfelt gratitude to all the participating athletes, coaches, and officials for their invaluable contributions in making the 12th International Sqay Masters Cup a grand success. Their hard work and dedication not only elevated the level of competition but also fostered a spirit of unity and sportsmanship among participants.

GAWSF congratulates India on their exceptional performance and the Sqay Organization of Asia for their successful organization of the event. The GAWSF looks forward to witnessing the continued growth and success of Sqay, as it continues to captivate audiences worldwide with its unique blend of skill, technique, and sportsmanship.