Rani Rampal and her girls battled COVID-19 and personal trouble to script history at the Tokyo Olympics when they sailed into the semi finals.

Rani Rampal may have come from a humble background, but she was determined to pursue her dream of becoming a hockey player. From practising with a broken hockey stick to drinking milk diluted with water, she’s done it all. She made the cut for the national team at age 14 and is the only woman hockey player to be awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna – Rani has grown from strength to strength.

Published :

Also Read: 12-year-old Abhimanyu Mishra is the youngest chess Grandmaster in history and is ranked at number 1 by FIDE (International Chess Federation). The Indian American began playing chess at the age of 2.5 with his father

Share with