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Jesnia Correa won the National roller skating championship with a gold medal

Jesnia Correa won a gold medal in the 59th National Roller Skating Championship from December 11 to 22 at G.R. International School, New Delhi. More than 3,500 skaters are participating in the event, representing different states. Jesnia is studying at Mount Carmel Central School (MCCS) in Class V and was selected for the national level skating championship.

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Before this, Jesnia won two gold medals and one silver medal in state-level competitions held in Bengaluru from November 25 to 27 by Karnataka Roller Skating Association and was selected for the National level skating Championship. She is also a national gold medalist in skating for the year 2019. Her coaches at the Mangalore Roller Skating Club are Mahesh Kumar and Sharanya Mahesh. Jesnia’s school congratulates her for her superb performance and wishes her good luck in the future.

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