June 27, 2022

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“India will win 10 medals in Paris Paralympics”

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The rise of India’s para-athletes has been metoric. Para-badminton, beneath the tutelage of famous mentor Gaurav Khanna has been no distinctive. The Indian para-badminton mentor said the para-shuttlers will convey household at least 10 medals from the 2024 Paris Paralympics.

The Indian para-athletes won an unparalleled 19 medals at the Tokyo Paralympics, producing it the most successful sojourn. The badminton contingent contributed four out of the 19, which includes two gold medals, one silver and a person bronze medal.

Addressing a press meeting after felicitating Tokyo Paralympics bronze medallist Manoj Sarkar and a number of young stars of the Ageas Federal Everyday living Insurance plan initiative, Gaurav Khanna mentioned a system for para-badminton is in position.

“We have drawn out a holistic prepare to develop on our current successes with the aim of making India a correct environment force in para-badminton. I vow right now that we will come again with at minimum 10 medals from the 2024 version of the Games,” he explained.

Gaurav Khanna suggests Tokyo achievement instrumental in surging forward

Gaurav Khanna added that the results at the Tokyo Paralympics has raised expectations on the Indian para-badminton contingent.

“We have been winning medals at every celebration, together with at the Environment Championships. But our achievement in Tokyo, wherever we received an unparalleled four medals, such as two golds, just one silver and 1 bronze, has improved every thing,” he additional.

Khanna introduced India’s first para-badminton academy to mould the present crop of shuttlers. Para-shuttlers which includes Palak Kohli, who was the youngest Paralympian at the Tokyo Paralympics, trains less than Gaurav at his academy in Lucknow.

The 1st para-badminton academy is a state-of-the-art facility established to help young shuttlers realize their dream of representing India and profitable medals on the international phase.

Indian para-badminton stars created waves previously this month by grabbing as numerous as 54 medals (16 gold, 13 silver and 25 bronze medals) in the Spain Para Badminton Intercontinental event.

As lots of as seven specially-abled gamers, together with Abu Hubaida, Prem Kumar Ale, Chirag Baretha, Nithya Sre, Nilesh Gaikwad, Hardik Makkar and Mandeep Kaur have been also felicitated on the event.

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