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Heroes of EduSports

Work Hard and Make it Happen! | Rahi Iftiqara | Heroes of EduSports

I started training for martial arts at the age of 14. You can call it “love at first trial”. I continued with my training in parallel with school. In fact, martial arts got me so inclined towards sports that I decided to advance my career with a Bachelors degree in Physical Education.

Don’t Let Anyone Dull Your Sparkle | Sangeeta Dhillon | Heroes of EduSports

I fought real hard to become a capable handball player. But the actual battle began after I represented India at the Asian Games 2006, Doha. I got engaged after I came back and I even landed a prestigious job at the railways. Little did I know what was in store for me there onwards.

Own Up, and Never Give Up! | Himanshu Patel | Heroes of EduSports

I went to college after a month-long bunk. I was rather happy to have involved myself in managing a cricket tournament in the village instead of attending college. But, all that happiness puffed away in a jiffy. I had missed an entire exam. It was the shocker of my life.

I am doing my Bit | Udhaya Kumar Yadav | Heroes of EduSports

My father passed away when I was in 6th class. Our small middle class family was shattered; each one of us was trying to pick up the pieces and make something out of it.

For me, it took a turn when a godfather was sent my way- my school coach. He trained me religiously, first in athletics and later in volleyball and I competed till national levels. When I passed 12th class, he guided me to continue with my diploma in Physical Education and simultaneously helped me get a job in a school. 

Everything happens for a Reason | Santana | Heroes of EduSports

Back in the time, my village did not have any facilities to play or study. The only decent playground was 1.5 km away from my home. While the older children played on the streets, I quietly sat in one corner, next to our hut and watched them.