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 A Colossus On The Horizon Of World Badminton Championship 

Date of Publish - Tuesday, 5th December 2017
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Achievements Galore by Sindhu, the Pride of India

Pusarla Venkata  Sindhu World’s No 3 and first Indian woman ever to win Korea Open Super Series. PV Sindhu shorted to fame by winning a medal at relatively young age, the Badminton world championship in the year 2015. She distinguished herself by winning the first medal in Summer Olympics in the year and she is the youngest Indian to achieve that. Even by 2012, she found a place in top 20 in badminton world championship and she achieved the highest position update to her reached Olympics badminton as the first Indian. At present, she is one in the top five position in women’s category. 

Incredible Achievements by PV Sindhu

• In the year 2013 and 2014, our glittering star is the first Indian to achieve two medals at the World Championships.

• In the year 2016, she is the first Indian to reach the finals of a badminton event at Olympics.

• Our ace achiever brought laurels to the country by bagging the bronze medal in Asian Badminton Championships.

• She played a crucial role in South Asian Games by clinching gold by the team.

• In the year 2016, PV Sindhu is the winner of the China Open Super Series Title.

• This year she proved herself by winning the India Open in 2017 and annex the championship title.

An overview of her career says that she played single tournaments in the total of 326, out of that she won 227 and doubles out of 17 she played she won 9 tournaments.She is the recipient of Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, the highest sporting honor of India in the year 2016. Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India in the year 2015, and Arjuna Award in the year 2013.

She was confirmed   India’s civilian honor of Padma Sri as an aggressively advancing achiever of great Laurence. She is expected to achieve higher goals in the field of World badminton championships.

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Author :
Madhurima

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Madhurima

To Transform India by 2022, the whole nation needs inspiration from a glittering star like you.

Tuesday, 05 December 2017

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