poor olympice medal record:blame it on lake of sporting calture,not just goverment

The nice of intentions aren’t precise sufficient. Neither are the jubilant headlines celebrating the 2 Olympic medal achievements of a country with 1.25 billion human beings.

In all the garlanding and twitterfare that have followed Sakshi Malik‘s bronze medal in wrestling and PV Sindhu‘s shinier one in badminton, matters are clear. One, something wearing glory comes India’s way is despite the machine, now not because of it.
, there is no actual purpose to accurate the ambiguity of India being the sector’s worst per capita Olympic medal-gatherer. India is in reality not ‘saare jahan se achha‘ in the sporting area.

India’s non-cricket wearing culture is as palpable as a midget on a basketball courtroom. Sports, on this usa, is overwhelmingly yet another automobile for doling out and receiving favours.
If we are to learn anything from the likes of the supremely gifted Malik and Sindhu and the valiant Dipa Karmakar — who almost brought India its first Olympic medal in gymnastics — it is this: one needs to want something bad enough to get it.
There may be no factor simply blaming governments right here. Schools and parents locate any Sports or bodily way of life a diversion from the real task in hand: getting the proper marks.

In contrast to nations that imbibe Sports and games as a part of a teen’s experiential curve, Sports here are semi-taboo. Legit apathy and hostility are in reality signs and symptoms of water in search of its own degree.

But it is the problem of India not having any real preference to be a sporting country that offers rightful fodder to the cynic. As a substitute, we’re thankfully delusional. One might think, going with the aid of the interest in the media coverage of cheques and endorsements being doled out to our medal-triumphing athletes, that we’re an international-beating bunch.

After the Olympics are performed, the dust will settle and we’ll once more flip our backs to the stats. If we are to research anything from the likes of the supremely gifted Malik and Sindhu and the valiant Dipa Karmakar — who nearly delivered India its first Olympic medal in gymnastics — it is this: one desires to need something horrific enough to get it.

 

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Just cheering on and waving the tricolour honestly won’t do the trick. Lay out a modern, professional carrying system at the same time as gritty, talented people preserve giving their first-class. And at the same time as at it, at the traces of Lakshmi and Saraswati, let’s invent a goddess of Sports.