Sports and Physical Education

Usha Mukunda nee Iyengar

“Do you know what my favourite part of the game is? The opportunity to play.” - Mike Singletary, American football star and now coach

Rekha Badsiwal

Shree Advani

You are 30-40 and 3-5 in the deciding set of a crucial tennis match. The sweat on your palms isn’t the result of physical exertion alone. The heart is racing and thoughts are flooding your head. The pressure from your parents to win weighs down heavily on your mind.

Not the ideal situation to be in - yet, all sportspersons, in their respective sport, WILL find themselves in such predicaments. Such is the nature of sports.

Saisudha Sugavannam

“It does not matter how many times you get knocked down,but how many times you get up” – Vince Lombardi, famous American football coach

Sports aficionados in India have a recurring set of questions: 

Nidhi Tiwari

Dominic Vijay

Indumathi S

Kajal Advani

When people ask me if I knew, ten years ago, that my son Pankaj Advani would become a world champion in snooker and billiards, my answer is, “No, I did not know he would, but I believed he could.”

Shayamal Vallabjee

When I was asked to write an article on the business of sport, its impact on children and the importance of having it as part of school curricula, I immediately thought of one line – Not every child is born with a silver spoon. But having said that - as an exercise scientist and a perfectionist - I do subscribe wholeheartedly to the importance of practice and hard work above talent.

Devika Nadig

Having both relished and survived twelve years as a school head and fifteen as the mother of a champion in a difficult, solitary game like chess, it will not be an exaggeration to say I have experienced a lot, both of the competitive sport, and the world it encompasses.

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