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Ralla Navata Indian Womens Team for Asian Games

Ralla Navata Indian Womens Team for Asian Games

Ralla Navatha a 17-year-old young champion athlete from Ganapuram of Mahabubnagar, it was the moment of reckoning when the Sepak Tekraw Federation of India president S.R. Prem Raj took her name as one of the members of the Indian women’s team for the Incheon Asian Games. Incidentally, the athlete Ralla Navatha is the only Telugu speaking girl in the Indian team. A great day for me and I am thankful to all those who helped me reach this stage, especially my first coach Dhanraj Koyalkar sir in the Telangana Sports School. It is another success story of a young kid whose passion for sports transgressed all possible human barriers. 
             Coming from a relatively obscure place like Ganapuram, Navatha too had dreams of being involved in one sport or the other for the country. In a way, she is another classic example of ‘daughter of the soil’ as her parents Gopal and Seshamma thrive on agriculture. That Navatha is one of the key players whom the coach, K.H. Jatin, looks for in the coming Asian Games was clearly visible from the way she has been an integral part of planning and preparations at the Victory Playground. “She is smart and very agile,” he reminds. This is a demanding sport in terms of fitness. It requires a different level of training,” feels the young athlete, who first made an impression in the 2009 Sub-Junior National winning a silver and a bronze. She also won two bronze and two silver medals in the 2012 and 2013 Senior Nationals.
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