Hello all dear readers and proofreaders ,
if you are interested in Olympics then you must have an reason to like it ,I am US resident but was born and grown up in India so there is an intellection between me and India.
as the Olympics started , all the worldly population was just about the stressful players belonging to their countries except some bloody match-fixers .
the Olympic GAMES ARE NOT FOR JUST FUN BUT ARE MADE FOR ENHANCING THE THE LOVE OF PEOPLE FOR THEIR COUNTRY.
SO YOU ARE JUST THEIR TO FIND THE THE BEST MOMENTS OF OLYMPICS AND YOU MUST KNOW THAT YOU GUYS CAN DISLIKE WHAT PLAYERS I LIKE . SO PLEASE DON’T DISLIKE THIS ARTICLE.
THE PLAYER I LIKE MOST :
Full Name: Sushil Kumar Solanki
Height: 5’5″ (166 cms)
Born: 26 May, 1983 (age 29)
Weight: 66kg (Men’s Freestyle)
Sushil struggled with a series of injuries in the past year and disappointments in various international events. Sushil finally qualified for the London Olympics when he outclassed 2008 Beijing Olympic bronze medallist Tushishvili Otar 3-0 on his way to a gold medal in the 66kg category at the World qualifying tournament in Taiyuan (China) in April 2012.
For the bronze medal at 2008 Beijing Olympics, Sushil was awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award, India’s highest sporting honour.
IN 1010 COMMON WEALTH GAMES SUSHIL KUMAR MADE :
2010 – Gold (66 kg) – New Delhi Asian Championships
2010 – Gold (66 kg) – Moscow World Championships
2010 – Gold (66 kg) – Delhi Commonwealth Games
THIS YEAR ALL INDIANS EXPECT BEST FROM HIM AND ARE WISHING FOR WELFARE OF OUR FEAR LESS PLAYER. NOW , HE IS TRYING HIS BACK AND BONE TO WIN SOME HONOR FOR INDIA AND PROVE THAT HE IS WORTH HIS SLAT .
EVEN IN HIS FIRST MATCH , HE WAS GIVEN COMMENT AA BEING AN VERY CONFIDENT PLAYER.
THE HALL WAS TENSE FOR ALL AS PEOPLE WERE FULL OF EXCITEMENT AND PLAYERS WERE FILLED WITH FEAR OF LOSING.
THAT’S WHY WE CALL IT ‘OLYMPICS’.
IT IS AN OLD SANSKRIT TERM MEANS ” BOTH HARD AND SWEET”. Sushil blew away Georgian Otar Tushishvili 2-0, 1-0 in the finals to win gold. It was a big relief for Sushil, who was going through a lean patch for quite some time. The critics were hard on Sushil as they blamed his wedding for losing focus. Sushil and boxer Vijender Singh were under the pump as they both missed their initial chances to qualify. But he silenced everyone with this win and proved that he is a true fighter. He had to battle with a lot of injuries and immense pressure before finding his touch at the right time. To get into fighting shape, he has moved away from his village in Baprola, Delhi, to a small hostel room based at his training camp at the Chatrasal stadium, 20km away. This shows his dedication to the sport.