Rani Rampal is an Indian field hockey player. At the age of 15, she was the youngest player in the national team which pa rticipated in the 2010 World Cup. She has completed her schooling but was not able to get the graduate degree due to practice sessions and matches which were lined up. She plays forward on her team. She has played 212 international matches and scored 134 goals. She is currently the Captain of the Indian Women's Hockey Team. She is also well known as a striker who often doubles up as a mid-fielder. She has a great fascination with CWG. In 2020, the Government of India honoured her with the Padma Shri. Listen to her on the Podcast Guts Glory Gumption The Voice of Indian Sports shares her story with Rica Roy on the RedFM India App.
Guts Glory Gumption - The Voice of Indian Sports with Rica Roy
Covid-19 led to the postponement of the Olympic Games, but the year 2021 is all set for the Games. The Olympic torch relay has begun and so we turn our focus to Sports and Sportspeople who are training to hit t ... heir peak. Some of them are in bio-bubbles, others in training centres, academies; some others preparing for podium finish in non-Olympic disciplines. NDTV's Deputy Editor Rica Roy is in conversation with 30 of these prolific performers- able-bodied, para & special athletes, who are in their quest for glory, on our podcast series GUTS GLORY GUMPTION, The Voices of Indian Sports