Iranian elected as head of Asian Kabaddi Federation

TEHRAN, Feb. 27 (MNA) – An Iranian has been elected as the President of the Asian Amateur Kabaddi Federation.

Abbas Khajeh Avarseji could win 25 out of 26 votes at the ceremony held in Iran.

The Iranian individual has been elected for the position for a tenure of four years.

The Asian Amateur Kabaddi Federation [AAKF] was formed in the year 1978. 

The 1st Asian Kabaddi Championship was held in the year 1980 and was included as a demonstration game in the 9th Asian Games, New Delhi in the year 1982.


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