Abhinav Bindra's Road to Beijing

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

lets spread the love!!!!

Wednesday, August 20, 2008 – 7:07 AM
firstly i have to apologize for being MIA for the past few days i had some trouble with the internet connection in my house and so have been cut off...
well it has been relaxing but i have got back on just in time for a historic moment in indian sport and i am from the bottom of my heart CONGRATULATING both Sushil, Vijender for the medals they have secured. Vijender is still in the hunt for gold and i am hoping that he can do it... I always said we would win more and am thrilled now that we have more champions to rejoice about and actually i can be part of the celebration. 
I can also give them some tips on how to do some interviews since that is all i have been doing since i have returned and now am happy that the attention will be given where it is now due. 
On a personal note i am actually enjoying catching up on some much needed slumber it is a welcome treat after years of waking up at 6am and heading out to train.
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96 comments:

KUMAR N said...

Yup, gr8 day for Indian sports... Hearty congratulations to both of them...

Rowan said...

Congratulations to the both of you!

Aamara Narayana said...

how you fell about another our Indian get a baranz medal.India proud to you and the our olymic team.

anmol said...

hi abhinav,
this is my first comment on ur blog
first of all i wud like 2 congratulate u and d odr 2 indian medalists at beijing...
i am a little dissapointed with u..
it is because when u won d gold medal u never thanked ur coach and dat makes me feel sad and i was made aware of dis by my principle ms. suman kumar of bluebells school new delhi
and i was a lil shoked aftr i cme 2 knoe bout dis.... i hope u will thank ur coach in public once thru ur interviews or ur posts or thru newspaper... odrwise ur a gr8 and a true sportperson all d best 4 future

thanking you
ANMOL GUPTA

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vish said...

Hey, congrats to all!! u all have made us proud.....gr8 goin guys!! :)

anubhav sharma said...

(Using your blog to make my Indian Boxing thoughts heard)

India's Raging Bull - Congrats!!!

The question I have for you now is how do people like me contribute, say $1000/yr to keep the "fire within" alive. I want this to be a beginning of a new era - to have a plan and framework to have Sustainable dominance in the world boxing/shooting arena; Beaureacracy free boxing/shooting organizations (No KPS Gill BullSh*t please) with chosen trainers training young boys. Some corporate giants taking up the financial responsibility and setting up a Indian Boxing/Shooting budget under some "Corporate Social Responsibility" campaign wouldn't hurt either. Moreover I personally think Shooting and Boxing both have immense potential for high TRP ratings (and hence some millions being poured into the games) - and then we'll have a Indian "Boxing" Premier League - Punjab Bulls Vs Mizoram Smoothies....

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Vik said...

CONGRATS 2 u 2 Abhi!! You and Rathore Started it for individual medals! Yes man, pass on the tips ,especially to Vijender, cus he still has some way to go!! There is likelihood of a Cuban waiting for him ,but it seems this time their boxing team is comparatively weaker cus the strong ones have turned professional.Great night to celebrate the 2 medals!!!Haryana will turn into the boxing capital of the country!

Blogger said...

This is for the kind attention of all Indians

We are a nation of 113 crore strong - one sixth of the total world population and should we feel so delirious having won a solitary Gold medal and a single Bronze in the Beijing Olympics?

A total of 663 medals have been won in the present Olympics so far in various events and our share is only 2 medals whereas China has won 77 (with 44 Gold), USA 79 medals (with 26 Gold), Great Britain 36 medals (with 16 Gold), Australia 35 (with 11 Gold) ………….. Even much smaller countries like Indonesia and Cuba have performed much better than us.

Such poor performance at the Olympics each time should be a time for serious introspection by those in power as well as each individual of this country as to where all we have been going wrong as an independent country.

We have failed to provide the required world class sports training facilities and a healthy sporting environment to our youth even after 60 years. A sports culture is almost missing in our country. We are happy to be crazy only about the game of cricket and bollywood movies at the cost of ignoring and losing in all other games and sports.

A country’s performance in Olympics is actually a good indicator of the health of that nation and the well being of its people. Unfortunately by our poor performance in each Olympics, we project a very negative image of our country and ourselves to the entire world . This is nothing to be proud of. We do not take this colossal failure of ours seriously at all. We must do everything in our power to change that mindset.

it is not enough just to hurriedly declare a prize money of 50 lacs or one crore for the winner after he or she has won a medal while at the same time holding back the badly needed encouragement, help and back up to all the budding and promising sports persons for preparation and training on a consistent basis for many years at school and college levels much before the actual Games.

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noopur said...

congratulations !!!

jagu said...

congts Abhinav...keep rocking

kirranlj said...

Belated congratulations on your gold, Abhinav. And what a fabulous day for Indian sports fans. Absolutely fantastic performances by Sushil and Vijender. Hope this years medal haul by the three of you awakens the olympic spirit in India for 2012. Its pathetic that in a country of billion people, one cricket gets all the money and attention, while the athletes who succeed in other sports do it despite the astounding lack of support, facilities and finances.
Here is hoping that 2008 marks a big turning point thanks to the inspiration provided in part by you.

vetha said...

so have you looked into orkut and face book to see the number of fan communities you have..?!have a great day!!gud n8.
thanks,
nivetha,
(neethu_adms@yahoo.com)

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ஜேகே - JK said...

Abhinav, Sushil & Vijendar,

Great show...we are proud of you guys!

vanshika said...

Wasn't it just too good a day today at Olympics?!! You finally have company, Abhi. Great show by Vijender and Sushil.

The best thing about the three victories are that these were sports not many of us were interested in. (i c'd never bring myself to watch boxing before, but I did today because I wanted to watch an Indian win.) You three sure have opened the doors to a very bright future for shooting, wrestling, and boxing in India. Great show, guys.

While it is nice to know that all those who come back with an Olympic medal turn national heroes overnight, just wish those who were unlucky are not forgotten. All of you are equally deserving.

p.s. Abhi, I have become a regular reader of your posts, and you are the first person whose posts i've started replying to. You have a very enviable way of writing. Looking forward to more posts, Hero...

vipul said...

but u r achievement will always be remembered

D1G1T said...

Why the hell are you using blogspot ;(

people need to register with blogger or google (or create an oOpenID) just to comment on their new superhero's blog!

adi...always yours..always! said...

Congratulations!! it's always been amazing watching the Olympics..but to see Indians doing stuff like these is just so...heartwarming.

harshdeep kaur said...

hi abhinav ,
hearty congratulations to you .
keep your writin on blog & more importantly your performance up.
you are really being my idol .

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prerna said...

Hi Abhinav, Many many congrats to u.Its really thrilling to see u achieve a great thing in ur life.I m exactly 10 days older to u.

And congrats to Sushil n Vijyender both plus good luck to Vijyender too.

I was looking forward to ur latest post n wanted to be the first one to comment on it but then i guess i m number 24th or maybe 25th.Well i checked ur blog at 7pm n there was no post and now when i see it shows u posted at 7:07 am.Hows that possible? Maybe some timing issue.

Just now, i was watching star news n these people r so damn crazy.They r showing that ur dad is a millionaire n sushil's n vijyender's dads are drivers, this that.And yeah they r showing that all of u were born in 83 when India won the World cup.So it was a very important year for the future sports of india.Well i think u were born in 82 and not 83. Crazy people, hv to make stories.

Anyways really happy for you. Well its about a month left for our birthdays.Looking forward to wishing you.

Prerna

prerna said...

MIA means Missing in Action.
Someone was asking in the comments section.

Mirna said...

not to be a pain but I think you should be careful of a certain "vetha"..she seems to have taken your absence from the blog a bit too..erm..personally.
pssst..these are the stuf terrorists are made of,I say!!haha

arsh panwar said...

Congrats abhinav for ur victory. I am a shooter from punjab and was about to quit the sport but nw ur victory has really motivated me for continuing shooting. Thanx a lot abhinav thanx a lot

janhavi said...

Hey abhinav.. u have really made us all proud... wish u cud actually inspire many (actually am sure u already have).....the best part which all of us actually marvelled at was ur calm and composed self... hatz off to u.. u carried your self pretty well admist all the hype .. too cool Man.. Keep it up and All the best for the eternity ..... God bless ya in abundance alwayz

Parul said...

hey! ABHINAV
it feels great after reading your blog after many days.We are also with Sushil & Vijender as like of you.
Its my again request to you to continue writing on your blog as it is a inspiration for me.
I wish that you read my message & send me your reply with your sweet & cute smile.
TAKE CARE OUR CHAMPION
GOOD NIGHT

jina said...

yupe ...more medals is pouring in good start by u ..n good progress from others s well so congrates to u all including u .....k get more siesta...

srilu....the sweeeeeeeeetest of all said...

yaa.....CONGRATULATIONS for u nd the two new-medal holders tooo;
its really a veryyy great thing for which every Indian should be proud about;

:-) said...

Hearty Congratz.. You guys sure have done India proud.. :-) I'm sure it must be exhilirating for you guys and at the same time overwhelming. Bask in the glory and enjoy the limelight which u so very much deserve.. :-)
Best wishes for ur bright future ahead.. :-)

prerna said...

Looking forward to the next post.
Prerna

anjooran said...

Yes, You were MIA. I don't know how many times I've checked for your updates.I even thought you might have stopped blogging. But as you mentioned earlier certain things will not change and should not change. Suddenly all Indians have a common cause to connect you. That's why lot of strangers like me keep on commenting and missed you while you were MIA. After all we all are human beings and only differ from their names and profiles. Keep on going.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

varsha said...

sir, i learnt that u attended some course at munich of sports mental management. could u pls tell me how i could also attend that course for i also want to be mentally stronger. i m an air pistol shooter but need some mental guidance. and pls also tell me the minimum age recquired for attending that course pls do contact me at varshavarman@gmail.com. i would really appreciate u doing it since u r so busy with media and all. have a nice day.

KUMAR N said...

Great comment from 'Blogger'(10th comment or so...).

As he said, Olympics is an indicator of the health of a country's people. Our poor performances in comparison with other countries only goes to show how bad a sporting nation we are.

Sports make your body stronger, refreshes your mind, and aids to a healthy life. Different sports offer different challenges and opportunities to test and improve different faculties of a person. Cricket is a good sport, but there are so many other ones too.

The main problem - we lack the sporting culture. There are few grounds... in a single ground you have around 10 parallel cricket matches. Thats what you see in India.

You need to have basic facilities for every sport in every region so that kids can play different games and reap different benefits. We must all recognize the importance of sport in life and change our lifestyle.

Don't be sad that we are not winning medals. Instead, go have a jog in the morning, enrol in some sporting club and play, realise how much sport can help you in your life. Maybe your kids might get inspired from you and who knows, they might become great Olympians someday...

Gautam said...

Hey Abhnav
Kesa hai.

Yaar since i saw u on news channels or newspapers i am keep on telling my parent that i hv met this guy somewhere.. and am sure i seen u somewhere before u came in lime light.. well anyway chalta hai
itni badi duniyan hai.. wese many congrates to u from my family side .
aaajkal tu chd me hai ya kahin or.. wahan india me weather kesa hai
chal den ok
t c now
Gautam ( New York )

yks said...

Congratulations on your personal achievement. I know a lot of people have already said this, but still.... Thanks for allowing us, rather giving us an opportunity to be proud to be Indian, even though the achievement is all your hard work and dedication. Please continue onwards for one more Olympic Gold. Wishing you continued health and success. Yateesh

rashmi said...

Hi
Abhinav
Usually I am not the first one to comment on your latest posts.Well thats because I don't live in India and the time difference is huge.
Finally, finally you have updated your blog.Seeing that you have not updated your blog for the past few days,I had started to think that you are going to shut this blog.Well please don't shut this blog of yours,all your fans including myself really like your blog.
Well does that MIA-means Missing in action,if it does mean that,then please try and be in action.We really look forward to read the new updates on your blog.
Vow Sushil and Vijender have done a great job and I am just soo proud of them.After so many years a light has been shed on Boxing,Wrestling and of course Shooting!!And I hope that the light also sheds on all other Olympic sports too.
Well what other sport do you enjoy other than SHooting?
Congrats to Sushil and Vijender,But let me tell you one thing dear,You are Golden Boy of India and will always be FOREVER!!
Thanks and enjoy the limelight

harapriya said...

CONGRATS to You, Sushil and Vijender and thanks for the medal that you have given to our country by sincere hardwork and deligence.
Finally, we some respect for our indigenous game wrestling. It was great to see that today’s headlines in every newspaper covered the achievement of India in Olympics and it was not just another discussion on India’s cricket match .
Actually media never bothers to cover these events when held at international level .I really felt very hurt when entire front page of newspaper discussed on Indian hockey teams performance saying “HUMILIATED; INDIAN HOCKEY TEAM FAILED TO QUALIFY IN OLYMPICS “ when THEY DO NOT WRITE EVEN A ONE FOURTH PAGE STORY ON THEIR VICTORY TO ENCOURAGE THEM HOW DO THEY CRITICIZE THEM FOR THEIR FAILURE

Donnie said...

congratulations, you guys did great!!

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Lovely Almond said...

Among the voice of a billion, mine would only merge with many others and perhaps even dissapper as yu scroll down the page.
You've made any Indian proud and congratulations you would read over and over again and perhaps never read anymore again..
Yet, someday these voices and wishes would find their way to you and mean much more than mere words. Congratulations Sirs, You've definetely given us more reasons to be proud of our country.

SARADA said...

Hi Abhinav!

This is being my first blog to you as I have just come to know about your blog today in the news paper.Let me first congratulate you from my bottom of heart for the Olympic Gold medal that you brought to our Mother India. You have made me and India proud.

Also my hearty congratulations goes to Sushil and Vijendar as well. They too made our India proud.

Hope you are celebrating this historic victory with your family memebers and fellow athletes.

All the best man in your future aspirations! You are just rocking man!!

swapnaja said...

abhinav
it's been a great day for the Indians .... everythings been just right in place . three medals in an olympics is in itself a big big treat .you could definitely guide them on how to give interviews . afterall you have been so good at it .hey but then isn't the attention going to the right people , i mean "Where it was due " . only that you got it before them n now it's their turn .rooting for another GOLD till then
have fun ....

Smruti said...

Hi abhinav
how r u.....
great to see u back....
please continue writing ur blog as its the
first think i check in the morning.....
After shooting, Boxing and wrestling have also
been highlighted in Olympics by India....
great job done by u all....
Continue this.....


Regards
Smruti

FunDa© said...

Congratulations on the gold medal.

I have to admit, I never even knew about any Abhinav Bindra or Sushil Kumar or Vijender Kumar before the medals.

You guys have inspired a new generation of Indians to take up sports.

vetha said...

as somebody says it would be nice if you could upload a few more photos here....
thanks,
nivetha,
(neethu_adms@yahoo.com)

innovating potential beyond ma boundries said...

hey."spread the lve".
sure -u,vijender,sushil
hs really made whole nation feel proud so u all deserve da country ppl lve.

bt mst comment on ur's intution.great!

hav a gud day:-)

innovating potential beyond ma boundries said...

can i expect frm u ans 2 my some (hhhmmmmnn sort of silly) questions ?

hey dey r nt dat silly!!!

Shilpa Saira Thomas said...

congrats abhinav and the other 2 guys...you have a country praying for you Vijender...God bless you !!!

Rahul said...

hi abhinav!
you are great man u made india proud i like your cool attitude.

good luck to u

rahul

Blogger said...

For KUMAR N

Many thanks for your comments.
I would like to say the follwing here:

Certainly we should feel happy and proud over these achievements of our sports persons and must give the highest honor to Abhinav Bindra and other medal winners for their outstanding performance in world's greatest sports arena.

Their wins gain special importance keeping in view the years of dedicated hard work and efforts put in by them all alone without help and support form the government or any other quarter.

It would not be wrong to say that they have won despite a government and society which is only good at nipping all talent and creativity in the bud.

While celebrating these few and far in-between victories, we must pause seriously and frequently to think what ails us and our nation that our track record in Olympics is and has been so poor for over a century.

We (our government) must examine this colossal failure on our country's part very deeply and thoroughly and take immediate real concrete steps (not just talk about it)to give due importance to sports at all levels nation wide so that in years to come we too have many world class champions who can win gold medals by the dozen and we are not put to shame for a dismal performance in each Olympics every four years.

As a national we badly need to wean ourselves away from our extreme craze for and total pre-occupation with the game of cricket and the Bollywood trash. That is most unhealthy. We must pay attention to all other games and sports and direct our energies in setting up, learning and playing them as well.
It is never too late to start a good thing !

ANKITA GUPTA said...

Hi Abhinav,
Indian contingent gets a morale boost at the surprise win in the 66kg category. Splendid Sushil brings home a bronze medal.It was commendable fare from Sushil, especially the bout he won for the bronze, when he beat the semifinalist, Leonid Spiridonov of Kazakhtan 3-1 on points.
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!

Suma said...

Hi Abhinav,
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
That you achieved a gold medal for Our Mother land..Once again congratulations.

Vik said...

I feel the seventh comment by Anubhav Sharma on this post contains a great suggestion that could be transformed into something very big if considered seriously.A shooting/Boxing/Wrestling League matching the standards of IPL backed by corporates.I speak of IPL only to throw some light on the nature of the teams or representations in the contest.Hopefully, someone with the means and resources to bring it to live will take note of his suggestion.It will mean a great shot in the arm not just for those sports and Olympics participation ,but will make the investing corporate great midterm and long term profits from advertising revenues due to TRP.Abhi, I hope you don't miss that comment (7th from top)

Jaya said...

hi abhinav congrats
I am basically doing it very late.
I wish to ask you something can you just tell or write about how someone average can buid concentration ie. some technique.excersise. just not for sports but in general to improve our concentration

Satishfy said...

Congrats Abhinav! u have done us proud, well done

ranjithatatineni said...

hearty congratulations.India is proud of u guys..

rupu said...

Hey Abhinav...Congratulations on your success..now every Indian is proud of your won in the olymics...when ever we remember 2008 olymics ur name only will come up :) ...keep it up always...

Mahesh said...

Hi Abhinav,

You made all us proud. Hope the other sports will pick up the spirit from you and put up a great show. We apperaciate you from the bottom of our hearts and I am sure we will see more Abhinav's coming to hit the medals from INDIA...

East or West, INDIA is the best...

Mahesh

Yogita said...
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Pawan kumar said...

congrats abhinav

Pushan said...

its a great feeling... its celebration time... India is arriving and it is doing so in a big big way... be it merger and acquisitions and now even sports, India is instilling even more pride in every mortal living on its soil... for long we were chained and burdened with inferiority that we weren't good enough but those are things of past.... the new India is a force to reckon with... we don't take things lying down... we might win we might loose but we will always give it a fight... thanks to abhinav, sushil and vijendra.... 1.1 billion people can walk with their heads higher and their chests broader... cheers to their hard work, grit determination and focus.... their victories are inspiring millions and the results will be seen in the years to come

nclgirl said...

What a surprise to come across your blog! Congratulations for doing the country proud by winning the Olympic Gold! Good luck to you for all the miles you travel beyond Beijing. :)

-Tuhina

priyanka said...

Hi Abhi,
Hearty Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!

priyanka said...

Hi Abhi,
Hearty Congratulations!!!!!!!

MTY said...

if there was one thing in the world that you would exchange this medal for, what would that be?

oushin said...

Hey,
It’s nice to see you back at blogging! I’m quite a regular reader of your blog and your entries suggest that you aren’t very comfy with the idea of media going crazy for an opportunity to speak to you. I could be wrong. But, I guess it’s just that all your fans, old or young, want to know more about the boy whose made them so proud. What say?

Megha said...

Ever since you won Gold for India, we've been expecting the same from the others. And now with two more medals in the foray, Sushil and Vijender have indeed raised expectations for future!

Ancient Clown said...

Blessings:

I was interested in getting the athlete's thoughts themselves on participating in murder and corruption, or if you felt that as an athlete, you are exempt from the crimes committed against the people while preparations are being made for your performance?
I was wondering if you thought you were having a greater impact on equality by participating and perpetuating in it's removal or if you even cared at all that by the 2010 Olympics well over 2010 people will have been killed so you can perform your(drugfree)best...but your refusal to be used this way could starting saving those lives today.
I was also wondering if you could share this message with ALL the other athletes from ALL the other countries and leave their thoughts here and/or here.
thank you very much for your participation.
your humble servant,
ancient clown

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shreya shukla said...

Hi Abhinav,
this is Shreya .i am one of ur greatest fans kyonki kya karoon jo sabse greatest hai uska naam nahin pata agar hota to uski to aise ki taise.
when u had won that gold medal i thought as if i am the luckiest Indian .i wish aage chalke main bhi aapke jaisa koi great kaam karoon.

shreya shukla said...

hiiiiiiiiiiii Abhinav it's me again i wish i wish i could umeet u one day but till that time i could just dream of that .
well time to go. ok byeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

Pspextacy said...

Please make all your endeavours open to the greater vision,purpose and goals of the new dawn of the Indian Sporting movement...

We love you for the unwavering depth you present in the media and elsewhere...all the best and congratulations for being the 'push' for the bronze medal that followed!!

FatMan said...

Congrats Abhinav!

Manpreet Singh said...

I saw your performance live on DD.It was simply wonderful to see you come from fourth to third within the first two shots in the final, then come to 2nd at just after the half way stage and then be a close 1st with the last shot remaining and then Bang. I could not believe it as one has only witnessed Indians falling at the last post. You have made more than 1 Billion people believe that they too can finish as well as you. Hats off. I run a Marketing Services company and would like to see if I can get you to speak to some Corporate Organisations (at a fee). Manpreet

sudhanshu said...

Its being really good that India get 3 medals in Beijing.
Congrats to all from my side. you really made us proud...Great work guys..!!

sudhanshu sharma


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Hashi said...

great man...great..

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Murthy said...

Hi, Belated congratulations on your gold, Abhinav. And what a fabulous day for Indian sports fans. Absolutely fantastic performances by Sushil and Vijender. Hope this years medal haul by the three of you awakens the olympic spirit in India for 2012.

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shivraj said...

hi abhinav,
u r an inspiration 2 all de upcoming Indian shooters..i was searching for ur email id so can get de same...i wil b greatful if u culd give me ur email id...
this is my email id sawant_shivraj@yahoo.co.in
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