International Olympic Day Varanasi rises to 10 Kashi Olympians of four sports in the world of sports

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Wed June 23, 2021 3:14 PM IST

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Kashi, the city of religion, art and culture, has also given the world of sports unique diamonds. In the world of sports, not only does the land of Banaras circle, but also the seven seas. On World Olympic Day, we’ll take you through Kashi’s rich athletic heritage.

Lalit Upadhyay pictured (second from left) Olympian Dilip Tirkey, former captain Mohammad Shahid and Dhanraj Pillai.
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The magic of the Banarasi players speaks loudly at the county, federal, state and international levels. Banaras has given 10 Olympians in athletics, hockey, wrestling and archery, which started with Anant Ram Bhargava and continues to this day. Ice hockey player Lalit Upadhyay is driving this series forward by getting a ticket to Tokyo.Kashi, the city of religion, art and culture, has also given the world of sports unique diamonds. In the world of sports, not only does the land of Banaras circle, but also the seven seas. Banaras is also called the Purvanchal Sports School. On World Olympic Day, we’ll take you through Kashi’s rich athletic heritage.

Anant Ram Bhargava, a wrestler from Gaighat, took part in the 1948 Olympic Games in London. Gulzara Singh, an athlete from Chitaipur, took part in the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki. Chikan Pandey, a resident of Koiripur Khurd, participated in the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne. Ice hockey maestro Mohammad Shahid from the 1980 Moscow Olympics, ice hockey player Vivek Singh from the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and ice hockey player Rahul Singh took part in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Sanjeev Singh, a resident of Daranagar, took part in archery in the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Sanjay Rai from Suswahi took part in the long jump at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney. Narsingh Yadav from the village of Nima Mumeri in Cholapur reinforced Kashi Mann at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the athlete Ram Singh from Babiav, Cholapur, took part in the marathon. Lalit Upadhyay and Shivpal Singh, who lives in Ramnagar, have been selected to join the Indian hockey team for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.Former Olympian Rahul Singh said that recently the sole player Lalit Upadhyay was selected for the Tokyo Olympics on the Indian hockey team from all over UP. Which has become ideal for the Kashi players. Inspired by this, players of all sports must be identified on Olympic Day.

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The magic of the Banarasi players speaks loudly at the county, federal, state and international levels. Banaras has given 10 Olympians in athletics, hockey, wrestling and archery, which started with Anant Ram Bhargava and continues to this day. Ice hockey player Lalit Upadhyay is promoting this series with a ticket to Tokyo.

Kashi, the city of religion, art and culture, has also given the world of sports unique diamonds. In the world of sports, not only does the land of Banaras circle, but also the seven seas. Banaras is also called the Purvanchal Sports School. On World Olympic Day, we’ll take you through Kashi’s rich athletic heritage.

Anant Ram Bhargava, a wrestler from Gaighat, took part in the 1948 Olympic Games in London. Gulzara Singh, an athlete from Chitaipur, took part in the 1952 Olympic Games in Helsinki. Chikan Pandey, a resident of Koiripur Khurd, participated in the 1956 Olympic Games in Melbourne. Ice hockey maestro Mohammad Shahid from the 1980 Moscow Olympics, ice hockey player Vivek Singh from the 1988 Olympics in Seoul and ice hockey player Rahul Singh took part in the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

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