Nirmala Sheoran, a farmer’s daughter who made her journey to the Olympics

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Nirmala Sheoran, a farmer’s daughter who made her journey to the Olympics

“Success isn’t always about ‘Greatness,’ it’s about consistency. Consistent hard work gains success. Greatness will come.” – Dwayne Johnson

A Highlight of Nirmala Sheoran Early Life

Nirmala Sheoran is one of the greatest athletes from India’s most significant contributor of sportspersons, Haryana. Nirmala was born on 15th July 1995 in ChehadKhurd village, Bhiwani District, Haryana. Despite being born in a farmer family, she never gave up her passion for sports.

Farmer children are stronger because of their hard work they do every day that eventually helped her in the long run. Her family also supported her in every aspect and encouraged her despite every odd. They even went into debts raising money for her training. She struggled with lack of money and suffered economic crisis

Nirmala  journey to as a sprinter

The passion and dedication she has towards athletics showed her the path to succeed in life. She joined the Vijender Singh’s coaching who trained her for about six years. Nirmala Sheoran went through rigorous training before entering her 1st track event.  She participated in the 56th National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championship held in Hyderabad in July 2016.

Famous and short success stories of Nirmala Sheoran about her life experience and journey.

Nirmala Sheoran – Indian sprinter (specializes in the 400 meters event)

Record-breaking performance

In her first event, she recorded a breathtaking 51.48 seconds on the 400-meter track.

  • With this record, she broke the previous best of 51.73 seconds by M.R.Poovamma in 2014.
  • This victory even made her qualify for 2016, Rio Olympics.
  • On July 2016, Nirmala with her 4-member team recorded the 12th best time across the world in the 4×400 meter relay event.
  • They finished the relay with a record of 3:27.88 minutes which made them one of the 16 teams qualified for the Olympics.

“Always believe in yourself. No matter who’s around you being negative or thrusting negative energy at you, totally block it off. Because whatever you believe, you become.”  – Michael Jackson

Nirmala, the champion against the odds

In 2017, she won Gold in the 22nd Asian Athletics Championship held at Bhubaneswar.  She trained on her own despite the absence of Vijender, her personal coach. He advised and motivated her through the phone which made her healthy enough to compete. The victory at Bhubaneswar gained her humongous response and made India pride.

“Success doesn’t lie in ‘Results’ but in ‘Efforts,’ ‘Being’ the best is not so important, ‘Doing’ the best is all that matters.”

Nirmala got praised by the Legendary sprinter, P.T.Usha Nirmala whom she admires the most for her performance. She even faced opposition after her victory from the President of Athletics Federation of India (AFI), AdilleSumariwallar regarding her inconsistent performance. But, she stood firm and started training for the upcoming Commonwealth Games.

Real Life Inspirational Success Story of Nirmala Sheoran

Nirmala Sheoran – Indian sprinter

Conclusion:

Nirmala Sheoran believes that strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle. Her journey from farmer family to tracks describes her determination, motivation, self-esteem towards her goal. Her story is an inspiration to many young minds which advice to possess a high attitude to succeed in life.

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