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Momiji Nishiya And Rayssa Leal: the Two 13-Year Olds…

Japan’s Momiji Nishiya and Brazil’s Rayssa Leal are two 13 years olds who have made history, not just once, but twice: by winning gold and silver, respectively, at their debut Olympic games, becoming two of the youngest to do so and by achieving the in the first-ever skateboarding competition at the Olympics. We salute talent ...

Gold-medalist Yui Ohashi’s childhood journey: from Sickness And Injury…

“ The difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a man’s determination.” – Tommy Lasorda. Born in 1995 Hikone, Japan, Yui Ohashi is a professional swimmer from Japan. She began swimming at the age of 6 after being encouraged to pursue it by her sister. She was then expertly mentored under coach Norimasa ...

Italian Vito Dell’Aquila: Wins Gold in Taekwondo on his…

“I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times .” – Bruce Lee At his first-ever Olympic games, Vito Dell’Aquila’s golden victory has amazed spectators around the globe. We applaud his spectacular young talent and passion for the sport.   Born in ...

Judo Champion Naohisa Takato: Japan’s First Gold at the…

“You must not only have competitiveness but ability, regardless of the circumstance you face, to never quit.” —Abby Wambach 3-time world championship winner Naohisa Takato‘s victory at the Olympic games has marked Japan’s first gold in the tournament. A true virtuoso, we celebrate his inspiring talent with spectators around the globe.  Early Life Born in ...

Weightlifter Mirabai Chanu: First Indian Medalist at the Tokyo…

“If something stands between you and your success, move it. Never be denied.” – Dwayn “The Rock” Johnson By winning the silver medal in the 49kg weightlifting category, Mirabai Chanu became the first Indian athlete to win a medal at the Tokyo Olympics, making the nation proud. We applaud her strength and passion that brings ...

Six-year-old Advait Kolarkar Becomes The Youngest “High Flyer 50”

The 6-year-old art prodigy Advait Kolarkar won the title of the youngest “High Flyer 50” on April 9, 2021. He has been recognized among the most influential Indians in the world. The extraordinary artworks of this amazing young boy gave him worldwide recognition. He is also among the winners of “Global Child Prodigy Awards 2020″. ...

Bhavani Devi – The First-Ever Indian Fencer To Qualify…

Bhavani Devi, the 27-year-old girl, becomes the first-ever Indian fencer to qualify for the Olympics. She secured an Olympic spot due to events in the ongoing Fencing World Cup on Sunday, 14 March 2021. To win a place, South Korea needed to finish in the top four of the World Cup team event in Budapest. ...

Arshdeep Singh Gets Honored At The Junior Asian Wildlife…

The 11-year-old amazing wildlife photographer, Arshdeep Singh, is highly honored at the Junior Asian Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 (under 18 years). He received the honor for his Colugo image. This young boy has unique photography skills and that’s why he has got his name among the world’s Top 100 child prodigies. Arshdeep keeps ...

Steven Samuel Devassy1 – The 14-Year-Old Is A Vocalist,…

Steven Samuel Devassy is a 14-year-old multi-talented Indian young boy. He is a Vocalist, Live performer, recording artist, and Drummer, but Steven is best known for singing a Christian song, 10,000 reasons. The song has got more than 10 million views in 2017. The young boy is also a famous drummer and holds a world record ...

Meedhansh Gupta – This 11-Year-Old Boy Already Owns A…

The 11-year-old boy, Meedhansh Gupta, has become an internet sensation these days due to his extraordinary skills. SGPC has congratulated him for preparing his own website at such a young age. Hailing from Jalandhar, India, his parents are also into website designing. About Meedhansh Gupta Meedhansh is a fifth-grader at present. According to tribuneindia.com, he has ...

Presha Khemani – This 5-Year-Old Girl Named 150 Countries…

Sometimes some stories amaze us, and one of them is the story of five-year-old Presha Khemani. The young girl set a world record by recalling 150 countries along with the names of their capitals. Moreover, she also identified the flags of these countries. The most amazing thing is that she did all this in just ...

The Youngest Ever Professional Go Player – Sumire Nakamura

An 11-year-old elementary school student, Sumire Nakamura, became the youngest professional go player in April 2019. It was the first career win of this talented girl. The little girl has become an internet sensation due to her skills. Who Is Sumire Nakamura? Sumire Nakamura is a Japanese professional young Go player. She is the eldest daughter of Shinya ...