Kabiraj Negi Lama

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Kabiraj Negi Lama
Personal information
Full nameKabiraj Negi Lama
Nickname(s)Cobs Negi Lama
NationalityNepalese
Born (1989-09-20) 20 September 1989 (age 32)
Makawanpur, Nepal
ResidenceKathmandu Metropolitan 8
Height1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)
Weight58 kg (128 lb)
Spouse(s)Sunita Lama
Sport
SportTaekwondo

Kabiraj Negi Lama(born September 20, 1989 in Makwanpur) is a former Nepalese taekwondo athlete, who participated in different taekwondo competitions. He won the Gold Medal in 9th Jeju International Sports for All Taekwondo Championships, Poomsae category in 2009 in South Korea.

He participated in 35th Taekwondo 3rd Class Foreign Master Training Course organized by Kukkiwon in 2014 in South Korea. He is the Team Coach of National Para Taekwondo Team, Nepal Taekwondo Association since 2015.[1] He was the Team Coach in the 20th Asian Cities Taekwondo Championship held in Hong Kong, China in 2016. Later the same year, he participated in Para Taekwondo Course in 2016 in Muju, South Korea.[2] He was the Team Coach participating at the 3rd Asian Para Taekwondo Championship in 2017 in Choenchoun, South Korea where the para athlete Ranjana Dhami won the Bronze Medal in Kyurugi (K-44) category.[3]

His team participated in Gold Coast Open Taekwondo Championship held in Australia in 2018, where he represented the team as the Team Manager.[4] He participated as the team coach at 8th World Para Taekwondo Championship, where athlete Bikram Shrestha won the Bronze Medal, in 2019 in Antalya, Turkey.[5] Later he participated in Para Taekwondo Training Camp in 2019 organized in Miki City, Japan.[6]

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