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Sports Persons of Karnataka
Reeth Abraham was awarded the Arjuna Award for excellence in sports in the year 1997. In her life span as an athlete, which stretched between 1976 and 1992
Gundappa Vishwanath was one of the finest batsmen India ever produced, and in fact he was one of the finest batsmen the cricketing world had ever seen during his time.
Ashwini Nachappa is a truly multi-faceted personality. A woman of many parts, the former Olympian has acted in Telugu movies, is actively involved in social work and is an educationist.
Robin Uthappa is a versatile cricketer. with his hard hitting aggressive style of batting, has won the hearts of cricket fans in the Indian subcontinent.
Rahul Dravid started his career with the nickname Jammy – because his father worked for a jam manufacturing unit.
Javagal Srinath was born and educated in Mysore. Though a talented cricketer, his family placed a lot of importance on education and Javagal Srinath graduated with a degree in engineering from SJCE.
He made his debut in the Indian cricket team in 1961. His first international appearance was against England in Madras. This was followed by a rather undistinguished performance during the overseas West Indies tour.
A right wrist withered by polio was converted into a weapon that struck fear in the hearts of batsmen across the world. This fact can give inkling about the kind of determination with which ace spinning legend B S Chandrashekhar faces life.
Anil Kumble is the first Indian bowler to have taken all ten wickets in a single innings of Test cricket. Popularly known as Jumbo as a big heart. He has captained India and IPL RCB team successfully.