What she likes about her chosen sport is that you compete with yourself and push your own limits to improve. But weightlifting wasn't really her interest from day 1. Her younger sister Audrey was very keen on the sport and used to go with their father Luc to watch him train as he prepared for different sen
2008 Pune Youth Games
Jonathon started training when he was 15-years old and trains for about 2Â½ hours daily on an average. The mental side of preparation for him is to just think of it as having fun and treat it as a practice bout rather than anything seriously competitive.He loves the competitiveness of the sport and the opportunities it affords for using his strengths as an advantage. Discovered in Gym class by his school P.E teacher who saw him fooling around with classmates much heavier than him and thought the kid had a
Kolhapur born Rahi says "Shooting is my life" in an exclusive interview with TheSportsCampus.com, after bagging the Gold medal in the 25m Women's Pistol event in the Commonwealth Youth Games in Pune.Training since she was 16 - from May 2007 to be exact, she normally puts in about 5-6 hours a day, sounding very 'teenager-ish' depending on her mood. Having already succeeded at the international level, she hopes to turn professional some day and compete at the highest level. "I've only just become, imagine how much better I'll be once I've trained for a few more years"Â she says.
Also keen on participating in the 50m Prone and 50m 3 Position events, Aqilah has previously participated in the Asian shooting championship in Kuwait where she
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