“Nidra Lechindi mahila lokam” ani Sri Sri gaaru konni dasaabdala kinda manaki okka paata raasi hint iccharu… For over some years girls have equally taken over the achievements bar high.. Same is the case with athletes…Daani recent example mana Harman Preet Kaur.. The way she played against to Australia was breathtaking.. So Listing below, Some women athletes who have made athletics a cup of tea for women in the past few years…
1.Mithali RajMithali Dorai Raj is the women’s cricket team captain.. Aavida achieve cheyani mark ledu.. She is considered to be Ms.Captain Cool..! Aavida pratibha ni gurtinchi, aavidaki Arjuna Award, Padma Shri award iccharu ..
2.PV SindhuPullela Gopichand gaari academy ninchi chaala mandi maanikyalu manam chusam.. Alanti okka manikyam PV Sindhu.. PV Sindhu kuda Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and Arjuna award Saadincharu…
3.Sakshi MalikIndian free wrestler aina Sakshi Malik kuda women power ki nidarsananga nilcharu.. Aavudaki kuda Padma Shri and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award to paatu olympics lo baaga aadi cash prizes kuda gelcharu
4.Sania MirzaSania Mirza hyderabad ammai.. Aavidaki Padma Bhushan, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, Padma Shri, WTA newcomer of the year, Arjuna award laanti awards labhinchaga, Telangana state ki brand ambassador gaa work chestnaru..
5.Saina NehwalGopichand Academy ninchi vachina inko manikyam saina.. Aavida ki Arjuna Award, Most promising player by Badminton World Federation, Padma Shri, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, padma Bhushan Awards to paatu Honorary Doctorate Degree kuda two universities Mangalayatan, SRM universities icchai..
6.Deepa KarmakarArtistic Gymnast aina Deepa Karmakar gaaru 2016 Olympics lo participate chesi mana peru ni taara staay ki chercharu. Aavidaki Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Padma Shri awards to paatu Forbes’ list of super achievers from Asia under the age of 30 lo chotu kuda sadincharu..
7.Mary KomMary kom gaaru Indian Olympic Boxer.. Aavida services ki recognition gaa chaala rewards and awards aavidani varinchai.. List of her achievements are :
The International Boxing Association (AIBA) announced Mary Kom as the brand ambassador for 2016 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships
Padma Bhushan (Sports), 2013
Arjuna Award (Boxing), 2003
Padma Shri (Sports), 2006
Contender for Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award, 2007
People of the Year- Limca Book of Records, 2007
CNN-IBN & Reliance Industries’ Real Heroes Award 14.4. 2008 Mon
Pepsi MTV Youth Icon 2008
‘Magnificent Mary’, AIBA 2008
Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, 2009
International Boxing Association’s Ambassador for Women’s Boxing 2009 (TSE 30 July 2009 Thur)
Sportswoman of the year 2010, Sahara Sports Award
8. Jwala GuttaJwaala Gutta gaaru India ni different forms lo represent chesaru.. Aavida ki Arjuna Award award chesindi Government..
9.Phogat SistersPhogat Sisters wrestling lo mana Country ni Chaala Platforms lo represent chesaru.. Andulo
1. Geetha Phogat gaaru Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament, 2013 – Silver, Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament, 2014 – Bronze gelcharu..
2.Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament, 2010 – Sixth place, Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament, 2012 – Bronze, Dave Schultz Memorial Tournament, 2014 – Silver gelcharu.. Ivi kaakunda vaalu iddaru olympics lo satta chaataru..
10.Deepika KumariDeepika Kumari Archery lo aari terina manishi.. Aavida former World no.1 and ippudu World no.5 ranking lo unnaru… Let’s check some of her best works :
1.Deepika became the second Indian to win the title after Palton Hansda won the junior compound competition at the 2006 Archery World Cup in Mérida, Mexico.
2.She won the 11th Youth World Archery Championship held in Ogden, United States in 2009, at the age of fifteen.
3.At the Delhi Commonwealth games 2010, Deepika won two gold medals, one in the individual event and the other in the women’s team recurve event. For this, she was honoured with the Outstanding Performance at CWG (Female) Award at the 2010 Sahara Sports Awards ceremony.
4.Later at the Asian Games of 2010, held in Guangzhou, China, Deepika missed out on a medal after she lost to Kwon Un Sil of North Korea in the bronze-medal play-off of the women’s individual archery event. But as a part of the Indian archery recurve team, along with Rimil Buriuly and Dola Banerjee, Deepika edged out Chinese Taipei 218–217 in the bronze play-off to ensure a podium finish at the Aoti Archery Range.
5.In May 2012, Deepika Kumari won her first World Cup individual stage recurve gold medal at Antalya, Turkey.
6.On 22 July 2013, she won the Gold Medal in Archery World Cup stage 3 held at Medellin, Colombia where India finished fourth.
7.In 2014, Deepika was featured by Forbes (India) as one of their ’30 under 30′.
8.In 2015, Deepika’s first medal came at the second stage of the World Cup, where she won a bronze in the individual event.
9.In April 2016, at the first stage of the World Cup in Shanghai, Deepika equaled the Ki Bo-bae’s world record of (686/720) in the women’s recurve event.
11.Sharmila NicolletSharmila Nicollet is the golf player the whole country is proud of.. She is India’s Highest Ranked Women’s Golfer..
12.Tania SachdevBeauty with brain ki eevida best example.. She is the chess player who is growing to heights… Some of her achievements are ::
1. In 2005, she became the eighth Indian player to be awarded the Woman Grandmaster title. She won India’s National Women’s Premier Chess Championship in 2006 and 2007.
2.In 2007, she also won the Women’s Asian Chess Championship with 6½ points out of nine rounds in Tehran.
3.She was conferred with the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2009.
4.In 2016, Sachdev won the best women’s prize at the Reykjavik Open and won the Commonwealth women’s champion title in Kalutara.
5. Sachdev won the individual bronze medal for board 3 at the 2012 Women’s Chess Olympiad in Istanbul, four team silver medals (in 2008, 2009, 2012, and 2014) and four individual ones (three silver and one bronze) at the Women’s Asian Team Championship.
6.Sachdev has presented a Fritztrainer Strategy DVD for Chessbase and was a member of the official commentary team for the 2013 (Chennai) World Championship Match between Magnus Carlsen and Viswanathan Anand.
So these were some of the women who have raised the bars of women athletes in past decade.. So anymore please comment below…