Ms Anjum Chopra, Former Captain, Indian Women’s Cricket Team
Recipient of Padma Shri and Arjuna Awards, Ms Chopra has represented India in women’s Test and one-day international cricket. She has played six World Cups for India. A keen sportsperson, she has also been a national level basketball player. An alumni of Delhi’s St. Stephen’s College, she also holds an MBA degree from FORE School of Management.
Mr Ashish Nehra, International Cricketer
Ashish has been a member of India’s World Cup winning cricket team. Hero of India’s many victories in international cricket, Ashish Nehra has represented the country in 17 Tests and 120 one-day international games. A sportsman to the core of his heart, Nehra has thorough understanding of all sports.
Mr Ashok Kumar, Former Captain, Indian Hockey Team
Son of legendary Major Dhayanchand, Mr Ashok Kumar too has been among one of the biggest names in Indian hockey for his skills and ball control. He has been the member of the Indian team that won 1975 Hockey World Cup. A recipient of prestigious Arjuna Award, Ashok Kumar has the honour of representing India in four World Cups.
Mr Atul Wassan, Former India Cricketer
Mr Atul Wassan has been a former international cricketer. He is among the few cricketers who rose to India and international ranks at a very young age. After retirement he has become an international cricket commentator. He is also very active in social circles in the capital.
Mr Deepak Thakur, Indian Hockey Player
Mr Deepak Thakhur has been a star forward in the Indian Hockey Team. He made his international debut in 1999, and has the honor of representing the country in 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Olympics. Mr Thakur is also a recipient of prestigious Arjuna Award.
Mr Dhanraj Pillay, Former Captain, Indian Hockey Team
A field hockey player, Mr Pillay has been one of the biggest names in Indian and international hockey. He has also had the honor of leading the Indian hockey team. He is the only Indian players to have played four Hockey World Cups, four Olympics, four Champions Trophy events and four Asian Games under the tri-colour. He has been honored with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and Padma Shree awards.
Mr Madan Lal, Former India Cricketer,
An all-round cricketer, Mr Madan Lal was a member of the 1983 World Cup champion team. He has represented India between 1974 and 1987 and later also served the Indian cricket as the national coach and a member of the national selection committee. He represented India in 39 Tests and 67 one-dayers; scored 10,204 and took 625 wickets in 232 first class games.
Mohammad Azharuddin, Former Captain, Indian Cricket Team
As a captain Mohammad Azharuddin enjoyed tremendous success; remained among the most crafty batsmen and outstanding fielders of his era. Post retirement, Azhar joined Indian national congress and was a Member of Parliament from Moradabad in UP. Azhar is also deeply involved with Badminton and heads the Delhi Badminton Associaiton.
Mr Renedy Singh, International Football Player
Mr Potsangbam Renedy Singh is a professional Indian footbal player. Rated as the best midfielder in the country, he has been a regular sight in the Indian soccer team since 1998.
Mr Saba Karim, Former International Cricketer
Mr Saba Karim has been respected as one of the highly talented cricketers in the country. Even as his international career was cut short by an eye injury, Mr Karim is still serving Indian cricket as a national selectors. He has also been involved with BCCI’s various benevolent and talent search schemes.
Ms Tania Sachdev, International Chess Player
Ms Tania Sachdev is an International Master and Women’s Grandmaster. She won her first international title at the age of eight. She continued her success story and became India’s Under-12 Champion, Asian Under-14 and Senior Champion.