Indian Badminton Rising Star PV Sindhu Creates History First Indian Women To Won Silver Medal For India In RIO Olympics 2016
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With the victory of Sindhu, there was an overwhelming response from and all for the sportsperson and also encouraging tweets are coming on about the girl power and the education for girls. Once again they proved that they don’t need a man to be a power or to be dependent on. To have a son is good but to have a daughter is a God Gift, a gift god don’t gives to everyone, so be proud to be the parents of a daughter. Save girl child, let her shine, let her follow her heart and be a support to her not a jailor for her and one day she’ll bring the happiness is what everyone is discussing now on the social media.
In this scenario, coach Gopichand’s contribution is also to be recognized and appreciated. Gopichand deserves the best awards for training Sindhu like a champion. A person with integrity who refused lucrative cola ad offers for principles and made real contribution to India. He has created good sports personalities. In the end, Two daughters gave us two medals yesterday. PV Sindhu became first Indian woman to reach Badminton finals. Sakshi became first Indian woman to win a medal in wrestling. Sindhu will play final today evening. And now Sindhu created a history by winning a medal. Sindhu is the youngest Badminton player to win a Bronze Medal at Olympics. Moreover she is the first woman to do that. In the final with, Carolina Marin, she won first set but lost the other two sets. Finally, she grabbed a silver medal.