Few Indian Athletes Who Battled Their Way To Success

The Logical Indian

October 19th, 2015 / 3:00 PM

In a country obsessed with Cricket, athletes have time and again brought glory to the nation practicing, competing and conquering away from all limelight.

ScrollDroll brings you 13 such athletes who battled hardships and won laurels with their hard work, determination and grit.

 

Dhanraj-Pillay

Mary-Kom

 

Milkha-Singh

 

Saina-Nehwal

 

Gagan-Narang

 

Krishna-Poornia

 

P.T.Usha_

 

Sardara-Singh

 

Sarita-Devi

 

Shiva-Keshavan

 

Shubham-Jaglan

 

Sushil-Kumar

 

Vijender-Singh

 

 


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