16-Year-Old Indian Girl Becomes Asia’s Champion Defeating Malaysia And Japan

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Published by Vijay Singh on 15 Jul 2018

We often grieve the awful condition of Indian games. We often feel bad when Indian players or athletes fail to bring medals in the Olympics. In 2016 Summer Olympics, India just won 2 medals while our neighboring country China won a whopping 70. Our nation remained at the 67th position on the medal table.

The question is why does our nation display poor performances at International level? Are our competitors not talented enough to compete at the international level? Do they lack ability in grabbing medals in big events abroad?

First, we have to understand that India has no dearth of talent. There are a lot of hidden talents in every corner of our country. They have the unparalleled ability to contend with every single worldwide partner anyplace on the planet. In any case, shockingly they need two noteworthy perspectives.

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  • A platform where they can showcase their skill
  • Support from us local people.

On the off chance that the two are given to our sportspersons, they will dependably get the high ground wherever they go. Give us now a chance to center around a 16-year-old splendid young lady, who has made the entire nation glad by securing a Gold Medal in Asia Cup Archery in Thailand. Her name is Muskan Kirar and she hails from Jabalpur- an eastern locale of Madhya Pradesh.

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Her dad works at a shop and earns limited to have a decent living. At the point when the news of her turning into Asia’s Champion flew in, he was simply working at the store of course, he bounced up with joy. He was super cheerful to realize that his little girl had overwhelmed entire Asia, by crushing Japan and Malaysia in the firmly challenged semis and the last separately.

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This is without a doubt a major achievement for the country. Be that as it may, in light of the fact that bows and arrows is no cricket, Indian media isn’t giving careful consideration to her accomplishment. Not simply cricket, we have to help all games similarly in India and after that, it will thrive.

Cheers to girl power!

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