The Incredible Story Of Gold Medalist Shatabdi Avasthi Will Inspire You

India is a sports-loving country and all the sports are appreciated here. India is continuously excelling in games like Cricket, Badminton, Hockey, Football, etc. and soon our country will be among the top countries in most of the sport.

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Women's sport was not given much importance in our country earlier but now with passing time and more social media users, the awareness about female athletes and their sports matches are gaining attention they deserve. Women like Mithali Raj, Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, etc. have become new youth icons of the country.

Although women athletes are gaining popularity nowadays, there are many inspirational players who are yet to get major fame. The story of Shatabdi Avasthi, a differently abled athlete, will inspire you.

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'Shatabdi Avasthi' has encountered many hurdles and managed to tide over each one with much grit and determination. She has proved that determination can lead you to success. Have a look at her inspiring journey.

A resident of Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan, Shatabdi grew up with dreams of joining the armed forces. However, life had different plans for her. She faced a huge problem, which took away her mobility from the waist below.

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She didn't lose hope and decided to not give up in her life. Shatabdi started studying and gave the banking examination in 2010, which she cleared in her first attempt. She was fond of games and decided to excel in sports.

After being on the bed for more than ten years, taking up sports was nothing short of a challenge. In the very first state-level tournament that she participated in, she won three gold medals.

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by Admin | Fri, Aug 17 - 04:07 PM

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