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India win Kabaddi Gold in The Olympics

The following news story is a work of fiction but it may be true in the future.

Great Moment of History
It was a great moment of history for India yesterday as India beat South Korea in the nail-biting thriller Gold Medal match with help of great performances from everyone especially from Suresh Kumar and Harpal Singh. When the players were standing on the podium for the medal ceremony, their tears, happiness, and pride to represent the country at this level just gave the answers to every question at that moment.

Journey of the Game
It’s not only the Gold medal winning moment but the whole journey of the sports and the founder nation of the game which has attracted a lot of people. Earlier Kabaddi was a sport which was mainly played by the people belonging to Indian villages. It was played by the people barefoot on the soil. Then, slowly, it went to cities and was also played in the schools competitively.

Rebirth of the Game
The game was reborn when Kabaddi leagues came into play which had the auctioning of great Kabaddi players the cricket style, the jerseys were awesome, there were greatly designed shoes and other stuff. The players were fitter, stronger and flexible. Many big personalities including business people, sportspersons, and film stars came forward to invest in the teams and support the game. Now it was being played in indoor stadiums. It was broadcasted by a very popular sports channel. Thanks to these things and the awesomeness of the game that it attracted a lot of fans, supporters, viewers, spectators or whatever you call them.

Though it was a part of the Asian games, the next target was the Olympics. It seemed difficult then but was not impossible. Through great marketing by a very renowned Tv network, social media, support from various sports administrations, many exhibition matches were conducted all over the world. This boosted the popularity of the game to a new high, made it a part of the great Olympic Games and the rest is history.

Note: This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.

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India win Kabaddi Gold in The Olympics


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