10 Lesser Known Gorgeous Sports Women Who Are No Less than Supermodels

Vanita Labra, 05/03/2018

Indian female athletes are an inspiration in themselves. The nation is glad to be home to ladies who have made a name for themselves in a field that was once controlled by men. 

In any case, is intriguing that these ladies have not just left a stamp in their subject matter, that is sports, yet are fashionistas too. An ideal mix of magnificence and ability, these ladies are extremely equipped for offering rivalry to Bollywood performers. 

Thus, we should investigate these lesser-known fashionistas who are making the nation glad.

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10 Lesser Known Gorgeous Sports Women Who Are No Less than Supermodels
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Women Grandmaster and an International Master in the round of Chess, Tania Sachdev is the victor of Reykjavík Open and Commonwealth Chess Championship 2016. 

In a video that publicized on NDTV, 7-year-old Tania Sachdev is seen having a ton of fun moving for the camera and afterward there is a fix of her sitting before a chess board, the expression all over is so promising. 

It has been a long time since Tania gave that meeting and she is currently one of the main female chess players in our nation.
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Sharmila Nicollet is an Indo-French proficient golfer who started her vocation at 11 years old and won her first competition when she was 15. 

She is a previous national sub-junior swimming champion who has prevailed upon 72 gold and silver decorations in state and national oceanic meets.
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Asking why a tele-on-screen character is highlighting in this rundown? Prachi Tehlan, who is playing the lead in Star Plus' show Ikyavan, was a national level b-ball and netball player, before she entered the media business. 

Discussing how she picked this part, she disclosed to Indian Express, "My identity isn't care for a run of the mill lead on TV so I go for particular parts and this resembled the ideal decision."
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Pratima Singh is a member of women's national basketball team. She belongs to a family of sports persons, and won the Century Sports Award for Excellence in Sports in 2010.

In 2016, she tied the knot with Indian cricketer Ishant Sharma.
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Jwala Gutta began her career with tennis, however then took up badminton at 6 years old. She won her first title when she was 17, and has never thought back since. As per Sportskeeda, she has won seven straight National Senior Double Championships in ladies' copies class.

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shita Malaviya is an expert surfer who changed the entire picture of surfing. As per Financial Express, it was in 2007 that Malaviya was first acquainted with surfing by a German trade understudy and surfer who she met in Karnataka. 

"It was through him that we found an ashram, where the aficionados were surfers from California. They were surfing at a recognize that was just a hour from us. A little visit and we ended up in the midst of the waves," Malaviya, nation's first female expert surfer, told the news day by day.
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Dipika Pallikal Karthik won her first national level squash championship when she was 12. Not to mention, she is the one of the first Indians to break into the top 10 in professional Squash Association Women's ranking. 
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Ashwini Ponnappa, an Indian badminton player, started her profession in 2001 in the wake of winning junior badminton titles. As indicated by Sportskeeda, Ashwini won her first gold award at the South Asian Games in 2006 took after by a gold in 2010 Commonwealth Games in Women's Doubles class. In December 2017, Ashwini wedded specialist and model Karan Medappa in Karnataka.

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Alisha Abdullah is India's first hustling champion. "Speed is in my blood. I built up my enthusiasm for dashing by observing my father in real life. I have been go-karting since the age of eight and won my first title at 11," Alisha Abdullah has been cited as saying by her site.

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Captain of India's Women National Basketball team, Akanksha Singh has been in the team since 2004. You will be amazed to know that Akanksha's sisters Divya, Prashanti, and Pratima, have also represented Indian National Women's Basketball Team, and her sister Priyanka Singh is a basketball coach in the National Institute of Sports. These girls are famously known as Singh sisters.

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