- India men’s hockey group’s bronze award at the Olympics is uncommon for the little town of the Hoshangabad region of Madhya Pradesh.
- Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reported ₹1 crore as prize cash for Vivek Sagar and another player.
Chandan town is the home of Indian hockey group midfielder Vivek Sagar, 21, investing additional work to advance hockey.
Be that as it may, there is a story behind this advancement. When Vivek began playing hockey in 2012, his dad Rohit Prasad wasn’t exactly taken in by the thought. Instead, he requested that Vivek focus on his examinations, all things being equal.
“I asked him not to burn through much time playing hockey…since I wasn’t persuaded, he was unable to try and ask me for another hockey stick. So instead, he would play with a harmed stick he acquired from his companion,” said Prasad.
“He would go for training without advising me. Yet, when he began playing at the state level, I needed to trust him. Today, I am glad to such an extent that my child took the right choice,” he said.
Vivek, who led the lesser public group, presently conveys hockey sticks with a measure of sponsorship.
Vivek’s sibling Vidhyasagar, a programmer, said, “Vivek needs to consider hockey to be mainstream as cricket in India, and he is enthusiastically dealing with it.”
Today, not simply the Vivek’s family or his town, previous Olympian Ashok Dhyanchand is additionally commending his endeavours.
“y recall when I saw his ability. Six years prior, I had gone to go to a hockey competition as a visitor. Vivek, who was addressing the area group, intrigued me with his abilities.
I picked him for MP Men’s Hockey Academy in Bhopal. Before going to the institute, he remained at my home for a couple of months, and I assisted him with sharpening his abilities. I am happy to such an intensity that I picked the right player,” he said.
Previous Olympian Jalalludin Rizvi said, “Vivek’s essence in the award-winning India group will restore hockey in MP, which was once known as nursery of hockey.”
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has reported ₹1 crore as prize cash for Vivek Sagar and another player, Neelkantha Sharma, who was additionally in MP Academy.