Lee Duck Hee

Lee Duck Hee, the 143rd best tennis player in the world, and the 2nd highest ranked professional in the 18-and-under category, was diagnosed deaf when he was only 2 years old. Instead of whining for days and staying put, his parents bravely researched for a place where he can be properly educated. The main criteria …

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Sharath Gayakwad

Sharath Gayakwad  has come a long way. From being forced into learning a life-saving skill to falling in love with that sport and earning record breaking medals for the country. Yes, Sharath became the first Indian to win six medals in a multi-disciplinary sport event at the Asian Para-games in Incheon, South Korea in 2014 …

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Born and brought up in a remote village on the border of India and Pakistan, Inderpreet Singh has seen the changing conditions of the youth of Punjab, getting addicted to malicious stuff with no sensitization, whatsoever, to the societal issues. Ever since he was an undergraduate, he believed in improving the substandard condition of India, …

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Francesca Jones

15-year-old Francesca Jones might be the most remarkable and certainly is the most inspirational tennis player who competed at the Wimbledon this year. She was born with Ectrodactyly Ectodermal Dysplasia (EED), a rare condition that caused her hands and feet to develop abnormally and has left her with only three fingers in each hand. Even …

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