This list of Indian women’s athletes breaking records needs all inspections going forward in 2019

You agree that 2018 has been a year of female athletes – from increasing participation numbers to breaking records, women are on the forefront. Here is our period of breaking inspirational names, whose success will not let you move towards your goals and miss the fitness proposals.

Hema Das

Seeing Hema Das is like magic – for a moment, at the beginning of the line and next – Pof – disappeared, splatter forward. In the World U20 championship in Tampier, Finland, Hema hit a global event in becoming the first ever Indian track athlete to win gold medal. She saw gold in the 400m competition for women in 51: 46 secs. This girl is ready to outbid everyone and there is no doubt in it.

PV Sindhu

After reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 Asian Games, PV Sindhu became the first female shuttler to reach the women’s singles badminton finals. And while it has a record in itself, there is a lot more. After becoming the first Indian woman to win a medal in Badminton World Championship, this year, she became the first Indian player to win the gold medal in the BWF World Tour Finals 2018 this year.

Mary com

Marie Com has continued to break the record, it is not surprising – Manipuri boxer did not show any signs of slowing down. And as evidence, he punched his way to become the only female to become the world’s Amateur Boxing Champion for 6 times, and was the only female boxer to win a medal in each of the 7 World Championships.

Pinky Balhara and Malapprabha Jadhav

India participated in Kurash – a form of wrestling that includes a towel – Debut in Asian Games Adolescents paid their own kit for entry and won the game. Pinky claimed Silver in the 52kg category, while Malprabha won a bronze medal in under-52kg. Malprabha now has the distinction of being the first Indian medal winner in the game.

Manika Batra

Manika Batra has won a medal on the scene and took the team to unprecedented victory. In CWG 2018, Commonwealth Table Tennis became the first Indian woman to win individual gold. It was a sweet victory – he defeated the three-time Olympic medalist and world No. 4 Tianwei Feng in the process.

Meerabai Chanu and Sanjita Chanu

Manipur rules the roast in the perfect weightlifting by these young women. Meerabai Chanu (left) and Sanjita Chanu won gold medals in the CWG 2018 category of 48 kg and 53 kg respectively. Meerabai took away the clean lift from all the three attempts at 80 kg, 84 kg and 86 kg and snatched the record. Sanjeeeta lifted 84kg load to break the record of the game

Along with this, Swaana Barman became the first Indian to win the Asian Games gold medal. Burman, who has a 6 toe on both legs, Burman earned the country proud by achieving a total of 6,026 points. Wrestler Vineesh Phogat also proved himself like his wrestler Geeta Phogat and Babita Kumari. He defeated his Japanese opponent in the 50kg freestyle in Asian Games with an undisputed difference of 6-2.

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