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10 exhilarating moments of Sports world that left us awestruck

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Sports is an integral part of life that  helps us to  face the unknown challeges and prepares us to be the fighter in real life situiations. Right from our childhood we love to  play and that is how the holistic developememt  of a child takes place. Sports or  various outdoor as well as indoor games actually affect physical and mental  well-being of growing children.

Indian subcontinent  is full of sports enthusiasts who are crazy  about outdoor sports like cricket, football, tennis, hockey  badminton and many  more. In India different  kinds of  sports are like the connector between various regions of the coutry and it  is  extremely  helpful to coordinate with diverse communities. Language is  not a barrier when we Indians come together to  represent  the country. There are many sports personalities in the country  who have made us proud again and  again.

Let’s read some of the success stories of Indian sports personalities:

1.Adeeba Ali: Shooting star’s rise from wheelchair to winning gold in nationals

The 19-year-old Adeeba Ali of Nizamuddin Basti, New Delhi, has raised the bar for those seeking to rise in life notwithstanding physical limitations. The para-athlete recently ended up becoming an inspiration to thousands of people as she won gold and silver medals in the 26th National Shooting Championship competition organized by Madhya Pradesh State Shooting Academy, Bhopal. Read More:

2. Ultra runner Sufiya Sufi preparing for running around the globe

The journey that started with a three-kilometre run every day after the office has not ended even after five Guinness World records including a 4,000 km from Kashmir to Kanyakumari in 87 days.

For Ajmer-born Sufiya Sufi, running is not just about breaking records but in fact, a therapy to take all the load off her shoulders, see the country, find connections with strangers, and just be “free” from 9-hour shifts. It is also about testing herself, knowing her body’s limits, and then challenging them. Read More:

3. In Naya Kashmir, sports is a way of life for youth

Kashmir is changing; Kashmir has changed. This is the refrain one hears from the sports community of Kashmir.

There is a sense of normalcy in the daily routines people follow in the valley. It has come a long way from the decades of turmoil marred by violence and political uncertainty. Read More:

4. Hockey finds its place in the Kashmir valley

25-year-old Inayat wakes up every morning before the crack of dawn to prepare herself for the drills that will hopefully make her an India international player sooner rather than later. Even before her other family members are awake, Inayat has put on her track-suit, picked up her hockey stick carefully placed next to her bed, and is on her way to the newly laid astro-turf at the Polo grounds in the heart of Srinagar. Read More:

5. UP Wrestling champion Luckman Ali dreams of Olympic medal

Mohammad Luckman Ali, 24, was crowned champion in the 82 kg category in the Uttar Pradesh State Wrestling Championship held in Meerut on Sunday. A first-year student of Masters in Social Work at the Jamia Millia Islamia University, Luckman won the gold medal to push him closer to his dream of representing the country at the “big international events”, as he puts it. Read More:

6. Simran Shaikh’s father didn’t believe her daughter could make career in cricket

Simran Shaikh, the 21-year-old UP Warriorz middle-order batter, has faced a lot of struggles to make her way in the world of cricket. Hailing from Dharavi, one of the world’s biggest slum, she broke through the ranks to become a regular for UP Warriorz. In her childhood days, she was even scolded by people for playing cricket in the park. But now those very people cheer for her whenever she appears on their television screens.Read More:

7. Para-shuttler Mandeep Kaur becomes world No.1

Indian Para-shuttler Mandeep Kaur has become the new world no.1 ranked para-badminton player in the WS SL3 category.

Kaur participated in the recently concluded Spanish Level II Para-Badminton International tournament, which serves as one of the qualifiers for the Paris 2024 Paralympics, held in Vitoria Gasteiz Spain between 20th-26th February 2023. She clinched a silver medal in the mixed doubles SL3-SU5 category along with her mixed partner Chirag Baretha and also won a bronze medal in the women’s singles SL3 category. Read More:

8. When King Kohli surprised Mohd. Siraj’s family

A story of how Indian cricket players bond is doing rounds of social media after Mohammad Siraj’s spectacular innings in the recently concluded Asia Cup that was lifted by India after defeating Sri Lanka in Colombo in September. Read More:

9. India create history, crosses 100 medals at Asian Para Games

 The fact that India’s para-athletes have surpassed the 100-medal milestone in the Asian Games is what makes this feat so noteworthy in the ongoing 4th Asian Para Games. The previous greatest medal haul for the country came at the 2018 Para Games in Jakarta. Back then, 72 medals were won, including 15 golds, 24 silvers, and 33 bronzes. Read More:

10Irfan Pathan dances with Rashid Khan to fulfill his promise after Afghans defeat Pakistan

Former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan celebrated Afghanistan’s odds-defying victory against Pakistan in the ongoing World Cup with star spinner Rashid Khan in style.Afghanistan left the spectators in a state of bewilderment after registering their second surprise victory in the World Cup and their first-ever win over Pakistan in 50-over cricket on Monday. Read More:

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