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PAKISTAN ARMY Clinches Gold Medal In 4th COAS Tri-Adventure Competition In Nepal:

More blessing for the Blessed and Great PAKISTANI Nation as the PAKISTAN ARMY has made the PAKISTAN proud by clinching the Gold Medal in the 4th COAS Tri-Adventure Competition held in Nepal from March 18 – March 21, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said in an official statement on the official Twitter Account.

PAKISTAN ARMY Clinches Gold Medal In International Adventure Competition In Nepal
PAKISTAN ARMY Clinches Gold Medal In International Adventure Competition In Nepal

PAKISTAN ARMY participated in the event in the very first time and managed to grab the gold medal in its time. A total of 20 different teams participated in the event.

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PAKISTAN ARMY team won the gold medal in the International Category, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing DG ISPR said.

The 4th COAS Tri-Adventure Competition in Nepal aimed at mental agility and physical endurance of the participants, included the cycling, cross-country racing and rafting, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing ISPR said.

According to the Nepali Army Media Wing, the fourth consecutive edition of COAS Tri-Adventure Competition was conducted in the Bareni Charaudi Dhading District. Teams from Nepali Army and Friendship Countries, including PAKISTAN, participated in the exercise.

In the competition, PAKISTAN ARMY team has succeeded to become the Best International Team in the competition despite the participation for the very first time.

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PAKISTAN ARMY wins 'Best International Team' title at adventure competition in Nepal
PAKISTAN ARMY wins ‘Best International Team’ title at adventure competition in Nepal

It is pertinent to mention that PAKISTAN ARMY won an International Military Drill Competition, also known as the Pace Sticking Competition, held at the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, UK. PAKISTAN ARMY clinched the Gold Medal in the competition for the third consecutive time in a row.

PAKISTAN ARMY very first time participated in the International Pace Sticking Competition in UK back in 2018. At that competition, PAKISTAN ARMY was represented by the PAKISTAN Military Academy, Kakul at the event.

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