Jyoti Randhawa: Jyotinder Singh Randhawa (born on May 4, 1972) is an Indian professional golfer. He is a member of the Asian Tour where he won eight times between 1998 between 1998 and 2009. He was among the 100th spot of the Official World Golf Ranking several times between 2004 and 2009.
Deepa Malik: Deepa Malik (born 30 September 1970) is an Indian athlete from India. She began her professional career when she was 30. She was only the second Indian woman to earn an Olympic medal at Paralympic Games and won a silver medal at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in shot put. In addition, she won silver in the F-53/54 Javelin event at the para-athletic Grand Prix held in Dubai in 2018.
Dhanraj Pillay: Dhanraj Pillay Yadav (born 16 July 1968) is a retired Indian field hockey player, and for a time, the captain of the Indian national team. He also oversees the Air India Sports Promotion Board as Joint Secretary with its headquarters in Mumbai.
Komal Thatal: Komal Thatal (born 18 September 2000) is an Indian professional footballer who is a player with Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League. Komal is the youngest player ever to ever play in the Indian Super League match, and he was the representative of India during the Under-17 FIFA World Cup in 2017.
Abhishek Verma: Abhishek Verma (born 1 August 1989) is an Indian sport shooter. In the year 2019 Beijing Verma won gold in the men’s 10 metre air pistol. At the 2018 Jakarta Palembang he won a bronze medal in the men’s 10 air pistol.
Mohinder Amarnath: Mohinder “Jimmy” Amarnath Bhardwaj is an audio speaker icon that can be pronounced (help*info) (born in the month of September on 24 September) is an Indian former cricketer, and a current cricket analyst. He is the child of Lala Amarnath, the first post-independence captain of India as well as Kailash Kumari.
Sharath Kamal: Achanta Sharath Kamal (born 12 July 1982) is an Indian professional table tennis player. It is also the only Indian table tennis professional to be the nine-time Senior National Champion hence breaking the record of eight times National Champion Kamlesh Mehta. In the year 2019, he was awarded with the Padma Shri, India’s fourth most prestigious civilian award.
Rakesh Kumar: Rakesh Kumar (born 15 April 1983) is an ex- Indian professional Kabaddi player and coach of the Harayana Steelers. He was vice-captain of the Indian team that took home Gold at the 2007 World Cup at Panvel, India. In 2011, as a tribute of his contributions to the field, he was presented with the Arjuna Award by the Government of India.
Anup Kumar: Anup kumar (born 20 November 1984) is an ex- Ind Professional Kabaddi athlete and Kabaddi coach of PKL the team Puneri Paltan. He was part of the India national team for kabaddi that was awarded Asian gold medals in 2010 and 2014 and one South Asian gold medal in 2016 and also the world championship in 2016. Kabaddi World Cup.
Jaspal Rana: Jaspal Rana (born 28 June 1976) is an Indian shooter. He was a part of the 25m Centre Fire Pistol class. He won gold in the 1994 Asian Games, 1998 Commonwealth Games – Men’s Center Fire Pistol and Men’s Center Fire Pistol Pairs 2002 Commonwealth Games – Men’s 25m Center Fire Pistol and 2006. Commonwealth Games – Men’s 25m Center Fire Pistol Pairs, and the 2006 Asian Games. Presently, Rana coaches at the Jaspal Rana Institute of Technology and Education in Dehradun.
Rahi Sarnobat: Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat is an athlete of female gender from India who participates in the 25-metre pistol shooting competition. She took home the first medal of gold in the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune, India. She is the first female to be awarded an Olympic silver medal for shooting in the Asian Games for India
Deepak Niwas Hooda: Deepak Ram Niwas Hooda (born 10 June 1994) is an Indian professional Kabaddi player, and captain of the India national kabaddi squad.. He was a part of the Indian team that won the gold in the 2016 South Asian Games. He also appeared in every season in the Pro Kabaddi League.
Geeta Rani: Geeta Rani (born 16 September 1981) is an Indian Weightlifter. She took home an Olympic gold medal for the women’s weight class of +75kg at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. She took home three silver medals during the Asian Championship in 2004 and bronze at the 2003 Afro-Asian Games held in Hyderabad.
Satyawart Kadian: Satyawart Kadian (born 9 November 1993) is an Indian wrestler. He began his career representing India in the first 10th Youth Olympics where he won an Olympic bronze medal at the freestyle boys’ 100 kg class. He later took part in India at 2013 Commonwealth Games and won a silver medal in the 97kg weight category.
Surinder Kaur: Surinder Kaur (born 12 July 1982 in Shahbad Markanda, Kurukshetra District, Haryana) is a participant in the India field hockey women’s national team. She is from Haryana and played for the team when they won Gold in the tournament of 2004, Hockey Asia Cup.
Viren Rasquinha: Viren Wilfred Rasquinha (born 13 September 1980) is an Indian field hockey player. He was the captain of the national team. He was also part of the Indian team that finished in seventh place in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He resigned from international hockey to pursue managerial studies at 28.
Deepak Thakur: Deepak Thakur Sonkhla (popularly known as Deepak Thakur) is a hockey player in the Indian team. Thakur gained a lot of attention for his solo performance, a goal poacher. Deepak Thakur gained notoriety in the junior ranks after the hat-trick he scored in his 2002 Junior World Cup final against Australia and led India to victory with a score of 6-1.
Bula Choudhury: Bula Choudhury (born 2 January 1970, Hugli, India) is an Arjuna awardee, Padmashri awardee Former India women’s national champion in swimming and was elected MLA from 2006 until 2011 in West Bengal state of India.
Mohit Chhillar: Mohit Chhillar is an Indian Kabaddi player that currently is a player in the team of Tamil Thalaivas in the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League. Born on the 13th of July, 1993, he is from Nizampur, Haryana and has been one of India’s most effective defensive players over the last decade.
Anshu Jamsenpa: Anshu Jamsenpa is an Indian mountaineer, and the first woman to climb the top of Mount Everest twice in a season. She also is the most rapid double summiter to achieve this feat in just five days. It’s also the fastest climbs twice of the tallest summit by a woman.
Simranjit Kaur: Simranjit Kaur Baatth (born 1995) is an Indian amateur boxer born in Punjab, India. She has been representing India internationally since the year 2011. Kaur was awarded a bronze medal to represent India during the 2018 AIBA Women’s World Boxing Championships.