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Cheema Sports is a manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer of Sports & Fitness goods and equipments.

"Cheema Sports" established 70 years ago, we are now manufacturers, wholesalers & retailers of sports & fitness goods. We are proud owners of Trade Mark "Cheema" which manufactures "Cheema Carrom Boards" viz. used and authorized in various national and federation cup tournaments. We deal in all kind of sports goods and equipments like carrom mens, strikers & other accessories; Fitness/gym equipments, cricketing goods, indian games, foot balls, wooden baseball/softball sluggers, athletic products & post, park equipments, airguns (for target shooting) and archery equipments. Besides this we also supply goods in wholesale of various other international brands like Adidas Cricket, Reebok Cricket, SG, BDM, BAS, GM, Slazenger, Khanna, COSCO, NIVIA, Yonex, HEAD, Kason, Li-ning, Grandslam - Turbuster, Ketter, Sports Art; Nova Fit, Etc. We are equipped to supply goods across the globe. We are affiliated with SGEPC (Sports Goods Export Promotion Council), CII (Confederation of Indian Industries), MSFTA (Maharashtra Sports & Fitness Trade Association), VCCI (Vidarbha Chamber of Commerce & Industries) & AIA (Akola Industries Association) Specialties: Carrom Boards, Carrom Mens, Strikers & Other Accessories, Fitness Gym Equipments, Cricketing goods, Indian Games, Football, Wooden Baseball/softball Sluggers, Athletic Products & Posts, Park & Playground Equipments, Air Guns, Archery Goods and All Sports Goods

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

8️⃣Dipa Karmakar
Dipa Karmakar missed a bronze medal by a whisker to finish fourth in the women’s vault finals in the Rio Games but still created history by producing the best-ever performance by an Indian gymnast in the Olympics history. She also executed one of the most dangerous feats in gymnastics, the Produnova vault. Considered one of the riskiest routines in the sport, often referred to as the ‘vault of death’, the move has been performed successfully by only five people in the world, including Karmakar.

A girl who won a billion hearts for her tireless efforts, Karmakar had spent years preparing for this day. She began her training in a ramshackle gym at the age of six, unfazed by the flat feet she was born with as she used makeshift equipment made from discarded scooter parts and crash mats to train. In the years leading up to her stellar performance in Rio, Karmakar racked up a total of 77 medals in various domestic and international competitions, including a bronze at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Scotland. India’s newest sporting legend, Karmakar’s inspiring story would make a fascinating film on the big screen.

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

6️⃣ Shankar Laxman
The double Olympic gold medallist Shankar Laxman, who died uncared and unsung at the age of 73, was one of the greatest hockey players of all time at a time when the sport had a status close to religion in India. The first goalkeeper to become captain of an international hockey team, he was the only one to have played in three successive Olympic finals. Shankar Laxman was also the man who stood between gold for India and brutal Pakistan onslaughts in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics hockey final. In fact, his opponents called him the Rock of Gibraltar!

Modest to a fault, Laxman was the only player from the victorious team chosen to receive India’s highest sports honour, the the coveted Arjuna award. In 1966 he captained India in the Asian Games in Bangkok and again beat Pakistan for the gold medal. In 1967 he was presented with the prestigious Padma Shri award by the president of India for his sporting achievements. Forgotten by the hockey authorities and aficionados alike, Laxman lived in poverty and passed away in 2006 after suffering years of agony due to gangrene. Its time Indians were reminded about the great achievements of this unsung sporting hero.

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8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

5️⃣ Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav
The year was 1948, a year after Independence. At Raja Ram College, Kolhapur, a short, scrawny student from a nearby village walked up to the sports teacher and said he wanted to compete in wrestling at the annual sports meet. One look at his physique and the teacher snorted, saying he could not allow a weak player on the team. The young man, 23 years old, approached the college principal, who gave him another chance. That was just the opportunity Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav needed to prove naysayers wrong.

The 27-year-old went on to create history, wrestled his way to the bronze medal in the freestyle (bantamweight, 57kg) category at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. India rejoiced as the ‘Pocket Dynamo’, as Jadhav was called became the first Indian to win an Olympic medal (bronze) in an individual sport. A story that has faded from our sporting consciousness, except in the taleems (wrestling centres) of Kolhapur, Jadhav’s journey must be recognised and respected by the country he brought glory too.

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

4️⃣ Karnam Malleswari
In the 2000 Sydney Olympics, Karnam Malleswari lifted the drooping spirits of not just the Indian contingent there but also those of everyone back home. Few in her sleepy village of Voosavanipeta in Andhra Pradesh or anywhere else in India for that matter would have dreamt of weightlifter Karnam Malleswari being India’s lone medallist in the 2000 Sydney Olympics – bronze in the 69kg category, with an effort of 110kg in snatch and 130kg in clean and jerk (240kg). The ‘Iron Lady’, as she was referred to then, later regretted her decision to go for 137.5kg in her third attempt in clean jerk. But for that wrong lift, she might have won gold. T

hat does not detract, however, from a stunning achievement, which saw her become the first woman from India to win an Olympic medal. To those following her career, Malleswari’s bronze was not a major surprise, given her grit and the fact that she had won two gold and two silver medals in the World championships and a few gold medals at the Asian level. Hers is a story of triumphing against the odds, a rustic Indian girl unaware of the quality of equipment needed or the level of competition she would face when she began her career at 12 in a thatched shed in her village

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

3️⃣Kapil Dev
The Indian cricket team, in 1983, was an underdog team that was totally not in the list of teams expected to reach the semifinals, let alone become world champions. India had suffered heavy defeats against Australia and West Indies. Faced with a must-win game against Zimbabwe, India had slipped to a precarious 17/5. Another defeat there could have been the end of India’s hopes in the tournament.

But then Kapil Dev unleashed his raw power, clobbering 16 fours and 6 sixes on his way to unbeaten 138-ball 175. From then onwards, it was history in the making. Leading from the front, the Haryana Hurricane took to its most memorable victory when the team upset the mighty West Indies in the final to lift the 1983 World Cup. One of India’s greatest cricket players, Dev also took 434 wickets from 131 Tests and scored 5248 runs. His journey, from his humble beginnings in Haryana to leading India to its first world cup win, is something we would love seeing on the silver screen.

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

2️⃣ Balbir Singh Sr
As a triple Olympic gold winner in hockey (1948, 1952 and 1956), independent India’s first flag-bearer at the Olympics, an astonishing goal-count and today at 93 India’s oldest living Olympian, Balbir Singh Sr’s achievements should have been acknowledged and celebrated long ago. Sadly, this unheralded hero of Indian hockey’s golden era remains unknown to most Indians.

It is said that Balbir Sr’s unorthodox upright posture when he entered the striking circle flummoxed many a rival goalkeeper because it gave no clue to which side of the goal he would place it. That’s how he ended being top goal-scorer for independent India in successive Olympics – at London, Helsinki and Melbourne. With his journey coinciding crucially with the travails of Partition, Balbir Sr’s inspiring story is made for the silver screen.

8 Inspiring Stories of Indian Sports Heroes

1️⃣P T Usha
Flying Rani, Payyoli Express, Golden Girl… the epithets are as numerous as the 102 international medals and 1,000-plus awards she has won at national and state-level meets. But Pilavullakandi Thekkeparambil Usha is not just a winner in the world of athletics. This sporting legend has triumphed in life’s race, overcoming humble beginnings, financial difficulties, inadequate facilities and diseases to become one of the greatest athletes to have represented India on the tracks in the Olympics.

At the age of 16, she became the youngest Indian sprinter to compete in the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Her fourth position in 400 meters hurdles in 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, is by far the closest to an Olympic medal on the tracks by an Indian female athlete! This is exactly why P T Usha’s inspiring story deserves to be told!

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Mumbai runner Nitendra Singh Rawat to compete in London Marathon

Nitendra Singh Rawat, the Indian men's Mumbai Marathon 2019 winner, is taking himself and his cool dude attitude to London. The army runner flew to the English capital last night, to compete in the prestigious London Marathon on Sunday, April 28.

Rawat, probably the only Indian distance-runner to sport a pricey pair of Oakleys sunglasses and ponytail while running, said, "I have been training in Ranikhet [Uttarakhand] at the army centre. In the last 40 days, I've intensified my training, altered my diet to cut out all fat. I eat boiled food now."

Rawat, who has a personal best is 2.15.18 in the 42-km event, is looking to clock "2.12 or 2.13" in London. "I have been studying the times of UK/USA runners, looking at videos, if I can get those times, I will try and keep pace with them," said Rawat, who believes that cutting three minutes from a personal best, "is possible in London, given the weather and competition." His training in Ranikhet has been high-altitude. "The temperature is quite similar to the weather conditions in London [15 degrees Celsius] so I should be on track," said Rawat, who would be using Friday and Saturday to "recover" after which he would hit the 42-km course on Sunday.

In Mumbai, Rawat had used the big-ticket platform, post his win to appeal to Mumbai Marathon organisers Procam International to help fund the London Marathon. "Procam has done so, and for that, I am so grateful," said the champion, even as Vivek Singh, director Procam said, "we sponsored him because we want India to be at the start line. This time, you have the world's best in the London Marathon field, so why should India be absent? I'm sure Rawat will be able to improve on his personal best," said Singh.

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20 Unforgettable Moments from Indian Sports in 2018

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HIMA DAS (WORLD U20 CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD)
Arguably the most memorable achievement by an Indian in the year 2018. The ‘Dhing Express’ became an overnight sensation after her Gold medal win in the Women’s 400m event during the World U20 Athletics in Finland. Since then, Hima Das has been a household name, her display during the Asian Games promises much more in the future!

Hima is the first Indian track athlete to have won a Medal in the history of the Athletics World U20 Championship. She is also the first Indian Women to Win Gold in World U20 Championship.

20 Unforgettable Moments from Indian Sports in 2018

#2
MARY KOM (WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP GOLD)
With the 6th world championship Gold medal win, Mary Kom jointly became the most successful boxer (Men or Women) in the history of World Championships with 6 gold medals and 1 silver medal.

20 Unforgettable Moments from Indian Sports in 2018

#3
VINESH PHOGAT (ASIAN GAMES GOLD)
Keeping aside the disappointing exit during the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, Vinesh Phogat became the first Indian woman wrestler to win an Asian Games Gold medal. She pipped Japan’s Yuki Irie in the women’s 50kg category freestyle wrestling category to secure a top podium finish at the games.

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MIRABAI CHANU (COMMONWEALTH GAMES GOLD)
Mentored by legendary weightlifter Kunjarani Devi, the Manipuri set the tone for the 2018 Commonwealth Games down under by claiming the Gold medal in the women’s 48kg category. En-route to his triumph, she set a new Commonwealth Games and a personal best record.

20 Unforgettable Moments from Indian Sports in 2018

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NEERAJ CHOPRA (ASIAN GAMES GOLD)
The Haryana based Javelin thrower has had an excellent 2018. He was on a high after winning the Gold medal at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Neeraj followed it up with a similar result during the Jakarta Asian Games.

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20 Unforgettable Moments from Indian Sports in 2018

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P.V. SINDHU (WORLD TOUR FINAL GOLD)
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