Rio Olympic 2016, world’s biggest sport event that had been continued for two weeks, is over now and Indian women stars such as Sakshi Malik, PV Sandhu and Dipa Karmakar has smashed their way onward in a nation where people counts on their son for success and and preserve their daughters as modest ones to be wedded off. For India, Rio Olympic was female power to the front, the women were dominant to the men for the first time.
While wrestler Sakshi Malik has won bronze, shuttler Sindhu secured a silver medal. Previously, gymnast Dipa Karmakar had done that is unimaginable in India until she not made it real. She had got the entry into the finals of women’s vault and secured fourth position. These winning performances of Indian women are instances of zeal, motivation and hard work. The commendable devotion of India’s sportswomen had to be seen to be believed.
Pusarla Venkata Sindhu or P. V. Sindhu is a world-class Indian shuttler and silver medalist at Rio Olympics 2016. This promising badminton player is daughter of Andhra’s former volleyball player and Arjun Award winner P.V. Ramana. One of the most talented and youngest badminton players, P.V. Sindhu has marked herself among world’s top 10 Badminton players since 2014.
Sakshi Malik is basically from Rohtak distric in Haryana. She has been trained and coached by Geeta Phogat’s since starting of her carrier. She had become attraction of thousands eye balls when she defeated former world champion in Olympic qualifying event in Istanbul. In early days of her carrier, Sakshi had to fight with boys as women were not allowed to take part in wrestling in Haryana. She starts wrestling in 2002 under the supervision of Coach Ishwar Dahiya and since that time he has won different wrestling tournaments including gold medal in national championship.
|1||Chang Hye-jin||South Korea||Archery||Gold|
|3||Ki Bo-bae||South Korea||Archery||Bronze|
|7||Anna van der Breggen||Netherlands||Road cycling||Gold|
|8||Emma Johansson||Sweden||Road cycling||Silver|
|9||Elisa Longo Borghini||Italy||Road cycling||Bronze|
|10||Inbee Park||South Korea||Golf||Gold|
|11||Lydia Ko||New Zealand||Golf||Silver|
|13||Ding Ning||China||Table tennis||Gold|
|14||Li Xiaoxia||China||Table tennis||Silver|
|15||Kim Song-i||North Korea||Table tennis||Bronze|
|16||Mónica Puig||Puerto Rico||Tennis||Gold|
|18||Petra Kvitová||Czech Republic||Tennis||Bronze|