Her parents passed away when Revathi Veeramani, a resident of Tamil Nadu, was 7 years old. His maternal grandmother raised him and raised him. Got a government job after a lot of struggle. Now India’s name will be illuminated in Olympics.
New Delhi. It takes hard work, dedication and passion to make our country proud on the world stage. There have been many such players in the past and still there are those who were born in poor but have reached the heights with their blood and sweat. Today we are going to introduce you to one such female player, who never even has money to buy shoes and now she is ready to make India proud in Tokyo Olympics. Actually, let us talk about Revathi Veeramani, born in Tamil Nadu. Who was born in a poor house but is now going to participate in Tokyo Olympics.
The shadow of the parents was raised from the head of Revathi in her childhood
When Revathi Veeramani was 7 years old, her parents passed away. Born in Tamil Nadu, Revathi and her sister were brought up by their maternal grandmother. He has brought up these two girls by doing labor.
never had money to buy shoes
The situation of poverty was such that Revathi never had money to buy shoes to participate in competitions. Many times she has run barefoot. When his coach Kanan saw his talent, he was surprised and came forward to help him. He helped Revathi from getting shoes to depositing school fees.
Nani had to listen to taunts
To send Revathi running, Revathi’s grandmother had to listen to a lot of taunts from the society. But he did not flow to anyone and encouraged Revathi to go ahead in the race. Revati’s friends also helped her a lot financially.
got government job after struggle
After struggling for many years, Revathi got a government job in South Revle. Revathi completed the 400 meters race in 53.55 seconds. And she got selected for the 4x400m mixed relay Tokyo Olympics. 23-year-old Revathi was the fastest running female runners who came for the trials.