Hello everyone. I hope you are well in your side.We know INDIA has its own beauty in its culture, devotion, and much other religion. But this country has introduced many inspirational personalities. Today no any gentlemen, but these are the ones who are truly inspiring and the ideal for most of the girls. So without wasting it, let me introduce you to the Top 7 inspiring Female Athletes of India.
TOP 7 INSPIRING FEMALE ATHLETES OF INDIA
HIMA DAS is the Indian sprinter from the state of Assam.Earlier she thought to pursue her career in football.Though It was her destiny that took her into this sport.
She holds the current Indian national record of 400 meters(50.79 s) in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hima das is the first Indian athlete to win a gold medal in a track event (51 46 s) at the IAAF World U20 Championships 2018.
2.GEETA SINGH PHOGAT : Inspiring female wrestler athletes
“Behind every successful Woman there is a man”. Yes you read it right.
The man is none another than her father Mahavir Singh Phogat, a former wrestler and a Dronacharya Award recipient.
Geeta won her first-ever gold medal in wrestling at the Commonwealth Games in 2010. She is the first Indian female wrestler to have qualified for the Olympic Summer Games.
Geeta Phogat made her Olympics debut in London 2012 and fell short apart to become the first female Indian wrestler to win an Olympic medal. Consequently, she lost in the repechage round against Tetyana Lazareva.
Mirza has established herself as far the most successful Indian female tennis player ever, one of the highest-paid, most high-profile athletes in the country. The Indian tennis player and a former doubles world No. 1 has won six Grand Slam titles in her career.
From 2003 until she retired from singles in 2013, she ranked as Women’s Tennis Association as India’s No. 1 player.
Besides, she is the only Indian female player to win a WTA title of any kind, and to reach the top 100 singles rankings.
4.MARRY KOM : Inspiring female boxer athletes
Marry Kom is an Indian amateur boxer and incumbent Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha. She is the only female to become World Amateur Boxing champion a record of six times and to win a medal in each one of the first seven World Championships.
Marry is the only Indian female boxer to have qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics, competing in the flyweight category(51 kg) and won a bronze medal and ranked as the world’s No. 1 female light-flyweight by AIBA.
Marry’s first gold medal came in the Asian Games in 2014 at Incheon, South Korea and became the first Indian female to do so. She also became the first Indian female boxer to win gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Saina is an Indian badminton singles player and a former world no. 1 has won over 24 international titles with eleven Superseries titles. In 2015 she rank no. 1 in the world, the only female player from India, and overall the second Indian player after Prakash Padukone to achieve this feat.
Nehwal bagged her two singles gold medals (2010 and 2018) in Commonwealth Games and became the only Indian to do so. In the 2014 Uber Cup, she captained the Indian team and won a bronze medal. Saina has represented India three times and won a bronze medal in her second appearance.
The captain of the Indian women’s national cricket team is the greatest batswoman of all time.Mithali is the highest run-scorer in women’s international cricket, the only female cricketer to cross the 6,000 run mark in Women’s One Day International matches.
Mithali becomes the first player to score seven consecutive 50s in ODIs.
Besides, she holds the record for most half-centuries in WODIs. In September 2019, Mithali Raj announced her retirement from T20I Cricket to focus on her dreams to bring the World Cup to her country by 2021.
7.DIPA KARMAKAR : Inspiring female gymnasts
Dipa Karmakar is an Indian artistic gymnast. She won her first bronze medal in 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Dipa started practicing gymnastics at her early age of 6 years. She is the first Indian female gymnast to compete in the 2016 Summer Olympics held at Rio de Janeiro in 52 years.
Dipa attained the fourth position in the Women’s Vault Gymnastics event in Rio, with an overall score of 15.066.
Out of five women she is the one who have successfully landed the Produnova, the most difficult vault currently performed in women’s gymnastics.
WOMEN POWER IS THE POWER NEVER TO BE UNDERESTIMATED.
That’s all for today. These were the TOP 7 INSPIRING FEMALE ATHLETES OF INDIA .They are truly inspiring ones. Who is your inspiring Female athlete? Comment below. Do let me know your queries. Share with your family and friends