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    Women Game Changers Who Brought Glory to India and World Sports!

    Sports is not all about the men anymore, even the Girls or better-coined Women are too shiny and making India proud even at International Games.

    Mary Kom turned out to be the first Indian-woman to win six Golds at the World Boxing Championship.

    Women Game Changers

    PV Sindhu ended the year 2018 with winning the BWF World Tour finals, something that only the consistent players get. Let’s know them in brief, and just feel proud.

    Women Game Changers Who Brought Glory to India and World Sports!

    Starting off the blog with Swapna Barman, do you know her?

    Swapna Barman, 22 was one among the few Indian Women Athletes during the Heptathlon at the Asian Games winning a Gold Medal! She was accompanied with Vinesh Phogat, Bajrang Punia (both at wrestling) and Neeraj Chopra (Javelin Thrower) winning gold in both Common Wealth and Asian Games.

    Next, we have Sindhu, 23 –

    She showed the power of hardwork and patience to the world. After being tagged as a choker and a losing finalist in the World Championship, Asian Games, CommonWealth Games – she banged it back at the BWF Tour, reaching the finals and defeating Nozomi Okuhara winning the year-end tournament.

    Finally, the gem of the person Hima Das, 18-

    Age doesn’t matter, and as Hima once mentioned in her interview she doesn’t fear anything and a believes in God & Timing. This runner got the poster girl title, and is the next athlete to fall in the list of PT Usha! Her frank and tomboyish attitude is clearly evident in her picture.

    I don’t want to call these women as game-changers, but in fact, they are the ones Ruling the Game!