ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Army continued their dominance on the second day in the 9th Korean Ambassador National Taekwondo Championship here at the Liaquat Gymnasium. Pool fights of 4 X Khyorugi male/female events in fin and fly weight categories were completed. DG PSB Syed Amir Hamza Gillani was the chief guest on the occasion and distributed medals among the top players. Army clinched three gold medals on second day of the championship while Railways earned one gold. In fin weight male category, Ghazanfar Ali of Army claimed gold, Hidayat Ullah of Fata silver and Abdul Raheem Sindh clinched bronze. In fly weight male category, Taufeeq of Railways received gold, Umar of Army silver and Nadeem of Sindh bronze, in fin weight female category, Kiran Bano of Army notched up gold, Tanzeela of Sindh silver and Simra of Railways bronze, in fly weight female category, Maham Aftab of Army grabbed gold, Faiza of Railways silver and Marrayum of HEC bronze. Talking to The Nation on Wednesday, Pakistan Taekwondo Federation (PTF) secretary Col Waseem Ahmed Janju said: “I am delighted to watch such amount of spectators turning up to watch players in action. I was not expecting such a huge crowd but the event has been getting such a overwhelming response which is a good omen towards the promotion of sport.”“I am grateful to Pakistan Sports Board DG Amir Hamza Gilani for providing us all the facilities at Liaquat Gymnasium. The Korean Ambassador was personally present here last night and he was of full praise for excellent arrangements being made to facilitate the players and especially the visiting international Korean team, who performed in front of the spectators and got standing ovation from the pack to capacity crowd,” he concluded.  He said that the purpose of holding the events was to promote taekwondo among youth and provide them much-needed experience which would not only groom them as professional player but also provided them opportunity to exhibit their skills.