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Mashal Sports initiative #RaidForGold to support Indian Kabaddi team

India will play for its eighth consecutive gold in the Asian games

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MUMBAI: The Indian kabaddi team is ready with all guns firing for the 18th Asian Games Jakarta in August 2018. Team India asserted its supremacy in the recently concluded Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018. To support the squad, Mashal Sports, the rights owner and organiser of the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League, has started an initiative #RaidForGold and aims to reach out to children from 2000+ schools across 19 cities in India.

The team is gearing up for its eighth consecutive gold in the men’s kabaddi tournament and third consecutive gold in the women’s kabaddi tournament. In keeping with the ever-growing popularity of the sport, Mashal Sports with the support of the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI), launched the initiative that reaches out across the country to give Indians the opportunity to rally behind and express their support for the national kabaddi team.

'Raid for Gold' commencing on 9 July 2018, will represent the 'Voice of a Million Fans' for the Indian national kabaddi team to achieve the highest glory yet again for India's own sport. Alongside signing up digitally to pledge their support, students will also get an opportunity to interact with renowned kabaddi stars like Ajay Thakur, Rishank Devadiga, Rahul Chaudhari, Deepak Hooda and Rohit Kumar as they visit schools across the country as a part of the initiative.

The campaign gives fans an opportunity to pledge their support to the team by signing up on https://www.raidforgold.in/. 

Kabaddi was included as a discipline in the 11th Asian Games Beijing 1990, where India’s only gold medal was through the sport. Since then, the kabaddi team has been the pride of India in all editions of the Asian Games.

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