Top 10 Indian Glam girls at CWG Glasgow, 2014

  • Top 10 Indian Glam girls at CWG Glasgow, 2014

    Top 10 Indian Glam girls at CWG Glasgow, 2014

  • Manika Batra

    Manika Batra

    Manika an emerging fast in the sphere of Women's Table Tennis, in Women's Team Table Tennis Bronze Match she defeated Jian Fang Lay from Australia in 2nd single match at the Common Wealth Games Glasgow, 2014.

  • Prabhjot Kaur

    Prabhjot Kaur

    21-year-old Gymnast Rhythmic, Prabhjot Bajwa belongs to Chandigarh, she had participated in the World School Games at Doha, 2009. Prabhjot competed in the ribbon section of the Women's Team Final and the Individual qualification at SECC Precinct, CWG, 2014.

  • Apurvi Chandela

    Apurvi Chandela

    Apurvi started her shooting career in 2008, she enjoyed the sport but he got highly influenced by the performance of Abhinav Bindra, who had won the Gold medal in 2008 in the Olympic Games at Beijing

  • Dipika Pallikal

    Dipika Pallikal

    Dipika took up sports at the age of 10, in 2012 she became the first player to reach semi finals of a Gold series event at the Australian Open in Canberra, also Dipika is one of the first Indian female squash player to be ranked amongst the top 10 in the world

  • Heena Sidhu

    Heena Sidhu

    Heena became the first pistol shooter from India to win gold at the World Cup Final at Munich, Germany, 2013. Heena took up shooting in 2006 after getting bored from her dentistry studies. Her father has also represented India in shooting

  • Jwala Gutta

    Jwala Gutta

    Jwala has won a gold medal in Badminton at the CWG New Delhi, 2010. In 2013 BAI had recommended a life ban as they suspected her of forfeiting her team against Banga Beat in August 2013, however later the ban was lifted in January 2014.

  • Shreyasi Singh

    Shreyasi Singh

    Shreyasi's shooting career kick started in the year 2007, being a daughter of the President of the National Rifle Association of India she was accused of favoritism as being chosen for Sahara-sponsored scholarship in 2009. But the dynamic shooter silenced all the criticism after winning silver medal at the VIII Commonwealth Shooting Championship in New Delhi

  • Palak Kaur Bijral

    Palak Kaur Bijral

    Palak at 17-years of age is ranked No. 1 Rhythmic Gymnast in India. She has been playing since she was 7-years-old, also she has participated in many National and International tournaments.

  • Elizabeth Susan Koshy

    Elizabeth Susan Koshy

    Elizabeth was inspired by the sport shooting after she attended a shooting competition in her hometown. Elizabeth has won a Gold medal at the National Championship, New Delhi, 2013, she was also awarded the best Junior Athlete award at National Championship, New Delhi.

  • Pinki Jangra

    Pinki Jangra

    24-year-old flyweight boxer, Pinki Jangra made it into limelight in 2009, when she had said to upset the four times World Champion at the National Championship, M.C. Mary Kom. Pinki would be taking guard in Women's fly 48-51 kg round of 16 match.


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