Indian women in Sports
Tokyo feels special but but it is also stressful because I want to win the Gold at any cost: Mary Kom
Manju Rani a resident of Rithal in Haryana, started boxing at the age of 12, in 2010, after the death of…
Kamali directed by London-based director Sasha Rainbow nominated for the British Short Film category of the British Academy Film Awards organised by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
“Want to just beat the judoka who is in front of me on the mat,” says the 17-year-old prodigy.
In an interview, Sweety said that her father put her ahead of others and supported her in every way he could. “I would tell coaches to lend me spikes, and I would show I deserved them by winning,” she stated.
The year 2019 remained faithful to Bhavna as in May this year, she attended trials in Bengaluru and got selected for the U67.5 category in the 45-50 age group. Soon, the homemaker-turned-powerlifting mother brought home four gold medals at the Open Asian Powerlifting Championships from Russia in July this year.
Indian Boxing league to be held from December 2-21. It will be a warm-up competition for both Mary Kom and Nikhat Zareen who will face off each other in a trial after the league for an entry into the Olympics Qualifiers.
She got the better of 2018 Junior European Wrestling Championships gold medallist Zeynep Yetgil of Turkey 8-4 to advance to Friday’s summit showdown.
“Don’t try to overdo anything. Take circumstantial decision. Avoid being overbearing. And, pursue your passion, no matter what.” – Manju Rani
Despite all adversity, Priya Punia has been able to make her name in the cricketing world at the young age of 23.
Having lost her father in 2010 to cancer, Manju Rani overcame loss and financial crisis, and is now set to bring India glory.
The 2012 London Olympics bronze-medallist now aims to change the shade of her medal to gold, eyes to seal a Tokyo Olympic Games berth in the new weight category. Mary has six gold medals and silver at the World Championships so far.