Olympic Gold Quest in Media


PV Sindhu, Pullela Gopichand felicitated in Mumbai
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With more responsibility, I need to work harder: PV Sindhu
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PV Sindhu reveals that the jump smash she unleashed at the Games is her new weapon.
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Rio: Celebrations over, introspectoin begins
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I need to work harder: PV Sindhu
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With more responsibility, I need to work harder: PV Sindhu
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This is just the beginning, says PV Sindhu
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My morale was broken by funding hassles. Now hubby takes care of those needs: Heena Sidhu
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Genpact in Deal with OGQ to Back Women Athletes Training for Olympics.
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With the banner ‘Let’s get behind Team India’, CEO Viren Rasquinha, along with OGQ founder-director Geet Sethi and director and five-time World Chess Champion, Viswanathan Anand, interacted with the media, promoting some of the finest Indian athletes ahead of their Olympics journey.
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Hope to See At Least 25 Olympic Gold Quest Athletes in Rio: Geet Sethi Olympic Gold Quest is supporting 70 sportspersons to prepare for next year's Rio Olympics.
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Olympic Gold Quest: The Story Behind Creating Sporting Champions
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Olympic Gold Quest, founded by India’s sporting heroes Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone, hope to support at least 200 potential medal winners by the time the 2024 and 2028 Olympic Games are around.
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Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ), which supported four of the six medalists in the previous Games in London, reiterated its backing to an elite roster of 46 athletes across eight sporting disciplines as they geared up for the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Geet Sethi, Prakash Padukone and Viswanathan Anand may have mastered their own domains to India’s great pride, but with Rio 2016 looming, they seek to put their collective wits to lifting the country’s stature at the Olympic Games.
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Badminton legend Prakash Padukone, the co-founder of Olympic Gold Quest, said the organisation will slowly start focusing on grassroot talent that needs such professional assistance a lot more.
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It is important to maintain consistency: Jitu Rai
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Asian Games bronze redemption for Shweta Chaudhary
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Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) organised a felicitation function for the Indian medal winners from the 2014 Asian Games here on Monday. Thirteen of these achievers across different disciplines at Incheon were supported by OGQ.
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India’s brightest shooting star Jitu Rai does not take his new-found fame seriously.
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Shooter Jitu Rai reveals fitness regime helped him clinch Asiad gold.
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Enter the Mumbai-based OGQ, which she'd joined in June. It brought Sarnobat down from Pune, where she was training, to a leading hand injury specialist in Mumbai. He ordered an MRI and the report arrived at 11pm — Sarnobat's hand had a fracture. "We put her on a day-to-day, time bound, rehabilitation programme. There was rest, rehab, and endurance, strength and shooting training," Rasquinha recalls
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Aiming higher with every splash.Unlike any other teenage girl, Maana Patel is not a movie buff. Ask her the last time she went to a movie theatre, she takes a while before coming up with an answer - it was Akshay Kumar-starrer Baby which released in January this year.
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Only results matter. World number 9 P Kashyap wants to win major tournaments rather than just record a few upsets.
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Parupalli Kashyap Aims to Shine in World Badminton Championships
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Jitu Rai to train in Rio one year before Olympics
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Ace pistol shooter Jitu Rai will train as well as compete in events at Rio de Janeiro this August in order to acclimatize himself and improve his medal hopes ahead of the 2016 Olympics to be held in the Brazillian city.
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World school chess champion 7-year-old Dev Shah surprises Anand with request for Blitz game and what follows if pure magic
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Viswanathan Anand: Grand Master turns mentor Anand is also guiding Rio hopefuls and teach them a thing or two about keeping calm before big event.
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Indian pugilist L Sarita Devi, banned by Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) for one year, is all set to meet retired Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar here on Wednesday. When the boxer’s career looked in jeopardy, the cricket icon stood up for her. He also urged the nation to support her. Sarita had refused to accept her Asian Games bronze medal at the podium in Incheon after a controversial bout.
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How corporates are fuelling India's gold quest at the Olympics
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