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Khabras Lal Arvind will show perseverance at the Tokyo Olympics today
Bulandshahr. Arvind from the village of Khabra in the district will show endurance in the sailing competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Arvind, together with his partner Arjun Lal Jatt, will take a step towards a medal after winning the sailing preliminaries. There is a festive atmosphere in Arvind’s village of Khabra. Family members and villagers pray for his victory.
Three players from Bulandshahr take part in the Olympic Games. On July 24th, two rowers, Arvind Solanki, resident of Khabra village in the Khurja region, and Arjun Lal Jat, resident of Naiban village in Rajasthan, will take part in the lightweight double scull rowing event. Luck reigns in Arvind’s house. His father Vijay Singh said he was proud of his son. He said Arvind will win gold for the country. His dream is to win a gold medal in the Olympics and it will come true. Arvind’s grandmother Rajwati, her brother Kalicharan and Tau Man Singh shine in their eyes. He smiles and says that he will watch Arvind’s game on TV.
Army sharpens Arvind’s skills
Arvind Solanki is in the Indian Army. Arvind, who finished his apprenticeship in April 2016, says he didn’t know much about sports before joining the army. During his military service, he learned about sailing from the Bajrang Lal Olympic. It wasn’t until 2016 that he found out that sailors also go to the Olympic Games. Since then he has made the sport a part of his life. On Saturday, players from six countries will take part in the sailing heat. After the selection in the preliminary run, the quarter, the semi-finals and then the finals follow.
The rally will reach the stadium tomorrow
District Sports Commissioner Naveen Kumar Tyagi said the rally would be welcomed on July 25 at Yamunapuram Stadium to encourage Olympic players.
Father said to Arvind – bring victory to gold
Arvind Solanki’s Olympic Games sailing competition starts on Saturday at 7.30am IST. On Sunday, Arvind phoned the family members, Arvind’s father said, son win, bring gold, bring the name of the country into the world. When Arvind heard this, he got emotional. The father’s eyes also became wet in the hope of his son’s success. Arvind said that I will do my best to live up to the trust the country and the army have placed in me.
Shanti Swarup showed the way
In the army, Arvind met international sailing player Shanti Swarup, who lives in the village of Karena in the Shikarpur area. Taking inspiration from Shanti Swarup, Arvind started training in 2017. Bhai Kalicharan said Arvind was promoted to Naib Subedar’s post for his consistent performance in the sport.
Meraj will be targeting at the Olympics tomorrow
Three players from the district are playing at the Olympic Games. Khurja’s skeet shooter Meraj Khan will be at the Olympic Games on the 25th. Meraj will take part in the Olympic Games for the second time. At the beginning of 2016, he brought the country laurels by winning the silver medal at the ISSF World Championships in Rio de Janeiro. Boxer Satish Yadav, a resident of the village of Pachota in Secunderabad, also took part in the Olympic Games for the first time.

Khabras Lal Arvind will show perseverance at the Tokyo Olympics today

Bulandshahr. Arvind from the village of Khabra in the district will show endurance in the sailing competition at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Arvind, together with his partner Arjun Lal Jatt, will take a step towards a medal after winning the sailing preliminaries. There is a festive atmosphere in Arvind’s village of Khabra. Family members and villagers pray for his victory.

Three players from Bulandshahr take part in the Olympic Games. On July 24th, two rowers, Arvind Solanki, resident of Khabra village in the Khurja region, and Arjun Lal Jat, resident of Naiban village in Rajasthan, will take part in the lightweight double scull rowing event. Luck reigns in Arvind’s house. His father Vijay Singh said he was proud of his son. He said Arvind will win gold for the country. His dream is to win a gold medal in the Olympics and it will come true. Arvind’s grandmother Rajwati, her brother Kalicharan and Tau Man Singh shine in their eyes. He smiles and says that he will watch Arvind’s game on TV.

Army sharpens Arvind’s skills

Arvind Solanki is in the Indian Army. Arvind, who finished his apprenticeship in April 2016, says he didn’t know much about sports before joining the army. During his military service, he learned about sailing from the Bajrang Lal Olympic. It wasn’t until 2016 that he found out that sailors also go to the Olympic Games. Since then he has made the sport a part of his life. On Saturday, players from six countries will take part in the sailing heat. After the selection in the preliminary run, the quarter-finals, semi-finals and then the final follow.

The rally will reach the stadium tomorrow

District Sports Commissioner Naveen Kumar Tyagi said the rally would be welcomed on July 25 at Yamunapuram Stadium to encourage Olympic players.

Father said to Arvind – bring victory to gold

Arvind Solanki’s Olympic Games sailing competition starts on Saturday at 7.30am IST. On Sunday, Arvind phoned the family members, Arvind’s father said, son win, bring gold, bring the name of the country into the world. When Arvind heard this, he got emotional. The father’s eyes also became wet in the hope of his son’s success. Arvind said that I will do my best to live up to the trust the country and the army have placed in me.

Shanti Swarup showed the way

In the army, Arvind met international sailing player Shanti Swarup, who lives in the village of Karena in the Shikarpur area. Taking inspiration from Shanti Swarup, Arvind started training in 2017. Bhai Kalicharan said Arvind was promoted to Naib Subedar’s post for his consistent performance in the sport.

Meraj will be targeting at the Olympics tomorrow

Three players from the district are playing at the Olympic Games. Khurja’s skeet shooter Meraj Khan will be at the Olympic Games on the 25th. Meraj will take part in the Olympic Games for the second time. At the beginning of 2016, he brought the country laurels by winning the silver medal at the ISSF World Championships in Rio de Janeiro. Boxer Satish Yadav, a resident of the village of Pachota in Secunderabad, also took part in the Olympic Games for the first time.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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