Sep 26, 2019, 6:11 PM
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Junior World Kabaddi Championships for boys' logo shows Iran's authority in Persian Gulf

Tehran, Sept 26, IRNA - The logo designed for Junior World Kabaddi Championships for boys, that will be held in Iran’s Kish Island, is a clear sign of Iran’s authority in the Persian Gulf, said a senior Iranian kabaddi official. 

“The logo shows two dolphins that are frequent animals in the Persian Gulf. Dolphins normally swim in groups which shows synchronization in kabaddi as well. Also, Kish Island that will host the event is Iran’s symbol of authority in the middle of the Persian Gulf waters,” said Abbas Ursaji, Iran Kabaddi Federation President on Thursday. 

Iran’s Kish Island in the Persian Gulf will host the Junior World Kabaddi Championship for boys on November 9-15. 

Teams from India, South Korea, Malaysia, Pakistan, Chinese Taipe, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Turkmenistan, Denmark, Kenya, Uganda, Canada, Australia and Iraq will take part at the competition.


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