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Every time, Sports comes to the rescue | Asha Naik | Heroes of EduSports

I hail from a town called Siddhapura in Karwar district of Karnataka. I had interest in volleyball during my school days. However, I discontinued playing after 10th to give more time to my studies. While I dearly missed my daily dose of sport, I was looking forward to a well paying and satisfying job after the completion of my B.Sc. course. I worked for ayear, but wasn’t too happy with my job.

You can tame the form, but you can't limit the spirit | Amoolya Kamal

I fell shoulder first on the ground while playing at the Asian Games for Indian women's football team. It brought in a physical limitation I had never seen before. My sporting career came to a screeching halt. It wasn't the first challenge I had seen in my life though. 

Everything happens for a reason | Anand | Heroes of EduSports

They say Apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. I come from a family of sportsmen. My father is a Kabaddi player, my elder sister works as a Hockey Coach. I have been involved in multiple sports like Kabaddi, Football, Discus Throw and Judo. With achievements like being a state runners up in Football and a third place holder in Judo at the esteemed Anna University, I was all set to take off after the completion of my studies.

We rise by lifting others | Murphin | Heroes of EduSports

Of course, we Indians understand the importance of physical fitness and thus, the inclusion of sports in our daily routine. But not everyone has the luxury to follow it. In a developing country like ours, money supersedes everything else. 

Fall seven times, stand up eight | Kannan R. | Heroes of EduSports

I bagged many medals for boxing. These include 2 golds in sub-junior nationals and a hattrick of Golds in senior state championships. 

But, my story isn’t about how I went further to pursue boxing. Instead, it is about how I lost my momentum and more in a single blow. I never compromised with my dedication towards sports, but destiny chose to take me somewhere else.