Indian bodybuilder Ravinder Kumar Malik has clinched Mr. South Asia title. He was crowned the overall champion at 12th South Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Championship in Kathmandu.
Malik, the winner of 80 kg category, was adjudged best
bodybuilder among the winners of nine senior men’s weight categories.
Afghanistan won team championship by securing a top position with 535 points.
Host Nepal finished second with 445 points, while India remained third with 380
Afghanistan won a total 15 medals including six gold, four silver and five bronze. Nepal bagged three gold, seven silver and six bronze and India claimed four gold, five silver and one bronze medal. The Maldives won three gold and two bronze medals, Pakistan bagged one gold, two silver and two bronze, while Bhutan finished last with a bronze medal.
A total of 91 bodybuilders participated in the championship organised by South Asian Bodybuilding and Physique Sports Federation under the auspices of Nepal Bodybuilding and Fitness Association.
Countries and their medal list
Afghanistan won total 15 medals.
The medals consists of six gold, four silver and five bronze.
Nepal won three gold, seven silver and six bronze medals
India won four gold, five silver and one bronze medal.
Maldives won three gold and two bronze medals.
Pakistan bagged one gold, two silver and two bronze.
Bhutan finished the championship game last with a bronze medal.