#Sara’s ‘Be A Sport’ Stories- The incredible story of independent India’s first individual Olympic medalist
Hey everyone, Sara here! On Olympic Day, I bring to you this incredible story of independent India’s first individual Olympic medalist- Khashaba Dadasaheb Jadhav.
#Sara’s ‘Be a sport’ series: The superhero of Badminton
Hey everyone. It’s me, Sara, your best friend. Here we are in lockdown, an unexpected situation. How should we handle it better?
How about reading a real life story of a young man who found himself in many unexpected setbacks, but always took them on positively. Who is the man? The one and only Girish Sharma, the superman of badminton.
Of Rackets and Rattles. And of returning moms. #HappyMother’sDay #Sara’s’Be a sport’ series
Hey everyone! It’s me, Sara, your sports loving friend who finds and loves the drama in our daily lives. You know, it’s not easy for mothers to go back to their jobs or their old lives after having us. Everything changes for them! So when we see a mom doing her best to resume her old life, we must cheer and support them as much as we can. Like we are doing with the story of Sania Mirza, India’s most successful female tennis player.
So who is Sania and what challenge did she overcome? Read on!
Sara’s ‘Be A Sport’ Series: A 16 year old star golfer is the modern day Arjun!
Hey, your sports-loving friend, Sara here. We hear so much news about Covid all the time,right? But recently a 16 year old golfer, Arjun Bhati has been in the news. Read on to know why.
Sara’s ‘Be a sport’ series: Joginder Sharma-Once a hero, always a hero. Literally.
Hey friends, your favourite drama-athlete, Sara here!
Sometimes we wonder what happened to a lot of heroes from the past. I thought of one such forgotten star of Indian cricket- Joginder Sharma. Till I realized, he is still a star, maybe not as visible but twinkling contentedly in the background.
Sara’s ‘Be a Sport’ series: Poonam Yadav – The girl who bowled ‘impossible’ for a duck!
Hey friends, your favourite drama-athlete, Sara here! Sometimes, we get teased about how we look and it makes us wish we could change that about ourselves.
I know of a girl, who was teased for her short height. You know what she did? She went on to make her short height, her greatest strength. Curious to know more? I bet you are! Presenting, the story of Indian cricketer Poonam Yadav, a girl who bowled the word ‘impossible’ out of the dictionary.
Sara’s ‘Be a Sport’ series: Not the next Usain Bolt. He is the first Srinivasa Gowda!
Hi! My name is Sara. I love sports and I love drama. It seems only fair that my friends call me a ‘drama-athlete’. Any excuse to bring out the popcorn, am I right? Today I will talk to you about a real life story that was recently in the news. It has lots of drama (he he..obviously) and makes you think about
how for some people, sports isn’t always about the number of trophies or the glory or the size of the audience. Ok ok, stop staring at me, I will tell you the story right away!
Did someone say cricket is a boys’ game?
Indian Women’s team through to the Semis of the Womens’ T20 World Cup!
Did anyone say cricket is a boys’ game?
We go on across now to Sara, our 10 year old sports
loving friend who has this amazingly inspiring story about another cricket loving girl,Shafali Verma for you.
Over to you Sara!