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Winners never quit and quitters never win | Rai Jaimeen Bharath | Heroes of EduSports

I hail from a family of doctors and engineers. My folks also wanted me to tread a similar career path. But, I wanted to work in the domain that I loved the most - Sports. Their concern was about the kind of money that I would be earning in sports vis-a-vis any other desk job. 

It always seems impossible until it's done | Shashi Sharma | Heroes of EduSports

Being a girl from a middle class household in Uttarakhand with 2 sisters and 1 brother, my parents were very protective, even of my career choices. I was interested in pursuing a career in physical education, while my family believed that I would be better off landing a white collar job after a BBA course.  

Work Hard and Make it Happen! | Rahi Iftiqara | Heroes of EduSports

I started training for martial arts at the age of 14. You can call it “love at first trial”. I continued with my training in parallel with school. In fact, martial arts got me so inclined towards sports that I decided to advance my career with a Bachelors degree in Physical Education.

Don’t Let Anyone Dull Your Sparkle | Sangeeta Dhillon | Heroes of EduSports

I fought real hard to become a capable handball player. But the actual battle began after I represented India at the Asian Games 2006, Doha. I got engaged after I came back and I even landed a prestigious job at the railways. Little did I know what was in store for me there onwards.

Own Up, and Never Give Up! | Himanshu Patel | Heroes of EduSports

I went to college after a month-long bunk. I was rather happy to have involved myself in managing a cricket tournament in the village instead of attending college. But, all that happiness puffed away in a jiffy. I had missed an entire exam. It was the shocker of my life.