Women’s Day: From Sindhu to Chanu these are the top athletes

The Indian team has avenged India’s T20 World Cup defeat by defeating Pakistan in the Women’s World Cup. By defeating them by 107 runs, the women’s team made India proud. Women’s Day has become even more special as a result of the team’s victory. This is not, however, the first time that Indian women have brought honour to the country. Many female athletes have already brought honour to the country. We’re talking about female athletes who have made the country proud in the past year.

Sindhu, PV

Sindhu had lost in the final of the 2021 Swiss Open, but she was chosen as the Tokyo Olympics’ ambassador. It was a huge honour for an Indian player to be given this role. In this Olympics, he was awarded the bronze medal. She became the second female player in Olympic history to reach the semi-finals for the second time. Sindhu also made it to the final of the BWF World Championships in 2021, becoming only the second woman to do so. He also won the Syed Modi International after that.

Chanu Mirabai

Mirabai Chanu, the first Indian woman to win a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, has made the country proud on numerous occasions in the past year. In April 2021, he brought honour to the country by winning a bronze medal at the Asian Weightlifting Championships. He set a world record by lifting 119 kg during this time. She became the first Indian female weightlifter to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in June 2021. He also got India off to a great start by winning a silver medal at the Tokyo Olympics.

borgohain, lovlina

Lovlina Borgohain is the third Assamese boxer to win an Olympic medal. In the 2021 Olympics, he gave an outstanding performance for his country. Because of his outstanding performance, the country’s profile was raised on a global scale. In the Tokyo Olympics, he was awarded the bronze medal. Everyone will be expecting him to perform even better in the future. India has emerged as a new hope in boxing after the success of Lovlina Mary Kom.

Zareen, Nikhat

Nikhat Zareen, 25, has raised the country’s profile numerous times during her young career. He will be expected to consistently perform well for the country in the future. She won the gold medal in the Satranja Memorial Boxing Tournament this year, defeating Ukraine’s Tetina Kob. He defeated the Ukrainian player 4-1 to win this match in a one-sided manner. With his outstanding performance, he has brought honour to the country.

Ritika Kadiya
Ritika Kadiya
As a journalist, Ritika kadiya has contributed to many online publications including the Huffing Post.

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