Kathmandu. Taekwondo player and coach Sandipa Amgain has passed the ‘Level Two Coaches’ course. Sandipa, who is also an assistant coach of Sitapaila Taekwondo Dojang, passed the ‘Level Two Coaches’ conducted by World Taekwondo from May 15 to 21. Sandipa, who has been dedicated to Taekwondo since 2008, had previously passed the ‘Level One Chase’ course last August.
Sandeepa has won medals in many national and international competitions. She won gold at the IFOTC Championship in Portland, USA in 2016 and finished third at the 20th Jordan Open in Barcelona, Spain in 2018.
Similarly, she won gold in the DG Asian Taekwondo Championship held in Malaysia in 2021 and won silver in the Sarabak Borneo Cup International Taekwondo Championship held in Malaysia last August. Similarly, she won gold in the second Toronto Open Online Taekwondo Pumsey Championship held on October 21. She teamed up with Srichandra Karki and won gold in the under-30 pair poomsae.
She has played the role of official referee judge and technical in some international competitions. In July 2022, she played the role of official referee in the Virginia Cup in America. She played the role of the technical team in the 3rd Mount Everest G-2 Taekwondo Championship held in Pokhara from September 23 to 25.