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Vote for “Indian Sports Achievement of the Year”

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These are the some of the milestones achieved this year by Indian Sportspersons,What has been the “Achievement of the year”???

In Wrestling Cadets World Championships,Athens India won 8 Medals which included Gold from Sonam and Anshu

In Weightlifting Commonwealth Weightlifting Championship, Gold Coast, Australia India won 32 medals

India Women Basketball team won Promotion to Division A after some days U16 Team followed the same

India Women Cricket team reached WC Finals but unfortunately lost a thriller to England

Sundar Singh Gurjar put behind the Rio disqualification disappointment behind Became Champion of World Para Championship in Javelin throw

Neeraj Chopra amazed the home crowd and won the Asian Athletics Championship Gold in Bhubaneshwar

Govindan Lakshmanan won the 5000 and 10000 meters Gold in #AAC17 and also got PB in World Championship

India Tops medal tally in AAC 2017

In the 15th Men’s World Softball Championship,India debuted at the world championship

Historic All India Final In Asian Squash Championship finals between Pallikal and Joshna ,Ghoshal also claimed Silver

Aizawl’s Leicester Moment to win the I League

Indian Cricket team in its home season have been on a roll and won every series

Women’s World Chess Championship 2017 in Tehran Harika Dronavalli wins Bronze medal,her third medal at the worlds

In 2017 Asian Wrestling Championships which was held at the KD Jadhav Indoor Stadium.India won 10 medals which included one gold

Vidya Pillai bags silver in Women World Snooker Championship First Women to win medal at world level

Ice Hockey Men and Women played well despite funds crunch and women team even claimed their first ever win in ice hockey too

Gaurav Bidhuri claimed Bronze at Boxing worlds only the 4th Indian pugilist to do so

2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games,Austria India claimed 73 medals

Rohan Bopanna first ever Grand Slam,became only 4th Indian to win a Grand Slam after he claimed the title in French Open in Mixed Dubles

Jeakson Singh scored the only goal for India in U17 WC,became the first Indian to score a goal in any World Cup

PV Sindhu played an epic against Nozomi Okuhara in WC final but had to settle for Silver

Srikanth’s Superseries run- Kidambi Srikanth became first Indian to win four Super Series titles in a calendar year

Pankaj Advani bags 18th world title in Doha

Indian kabaddi team sweeps Men and Women Asian titles in Iran

World Women Youth Boxing,India topped the tally with 5 Golds and 2 Bronze

Kanchanmala Pandey became the first Indian to clinch a gold medal at the World Para Swimming Championship in Mexico

Indian Team Won 10 Medals at World Para Badminton Championship

Gopi Thonakal won men’s marathon at 16th Asian Marathon Championship with timing of 2:15:48 , He become first Indian to win this title

Shiva Keshavan made India proud once again,Created history after qualifying for 6th Winter Olympics,he also won Gold in Asian Championship for the fourth time

MC Mary Kom wins her fifth gold medal in the Asian Boxing Championship,Sonia Lather settled for Silver

Indian Women team won the Asia Cup hockey title and Qualified for the World Cup,Men’s also claimed the Asian title after beating Malaysia in Final

India won 3 Medals in Shooting WC final which was held in New Delhi

Archery World Championships, Mexico, Indian Women Compound team settled for Silver,whilst chasing First ever Gold medal in Compunds

Indian football team qualified for Asia Cup 2019 after 2011

Pooja Kadian becomes World Champion Wushu,first Indian to do so

India finished 11th with 40 medals at Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, which was the best tally for India in the games

Harinder Pal Sandhu won his five consecutive titles in the circuit

Davinder Singh Kang Entered Javelin Finals at the World Championship,Even with a injured shoulder, only Indian finalist of any event in this Championship

Mirabai Chanu ends a two-decade wait – became the first Indian in over two decades to claim a gold medal at the World weightlifting championship

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19 READERS COMMENTED

  1. December 27, 2017
    Great year Reply
  2. December 28, 2017
    Ice Hockey an International game become very popular in India Reply
  3. December 28, 2017
    Without fund if they can do this , Imagine what they can do if given support Reply
  4. December 28, 2017
    Unbelievable! There’s not a single ice hockey rink in India. Reply
  5. December 28, 2017
    Women ice hockey team did wonders inspite of so many problems!
    Hats off Reply
  6. December 28, 2017
    Ice hockey needs to be promoted and encouraged. Reply
  7. December 28, 2017
    Hard working guys Reply
  8. December 28, 2017
    ice hockey Reply
  9. December 28, 2017
    They won against most difficult circumstances.. Reply
  10. December 28, 2017
    Seeing my fellow ladies excel in sports makes our country proud. So yes Reply
  11. December 28, 2017
    Participating internationally in a not so commonly played sport is a matter of pride. Reply
  12. December 28, 2017
    A group of men and women are fighting to put the game of Ice Hockey on the map. These unlikely team of athletes may not have fame, fortune or even much of a following, but what they do have is passion. From my on-going series ‘Hockey In The Himalayas’ in collaboration with writer Rebecca George, I’ve put up a short post to provide you a sneak peak into the game of Ice Hockey witnessed in the brutal months of winter, when temperatures drop Reply
  13. December 28, 2017
    Ice hockey need to be promoted n encouraged….these guys doing beyond their level despite of having a little amount of fund……so yes …they must b appreciated…. Reply
  14. December 28, 2017
    yes,indeed ice hockey must be promoted especially in ladakh. … Reply
  15. December 29, 2017
    I go for ice hockey.
    It need to be boost! Reply
  16. December 29, 2017
    Roller skating also promote my friends Reply
  17. December 29, 2017
    I’ll go with ice hockey team….
    It’s really hard nd expensive to practice in India due to our geographic structure nd very less icy places… Needs more funding nd training places… Support them!! Reply
  18. December 30, 2017
    Ice hockey is doing wonders for India despite having no funds.. The government should definitely support the game. Reply
  19. December 31, 2017
    Support ice hockey Reply

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