The destination is found only by those who have life in their dreams, nothing happens with wings, flight is done with courage. This saying fits perfectly with Paralympic athlete Chandeep Singh.
Following the success of the Paralympics, India continues to dominate many other Paralympic tournaments around the world. Recently, Chandeep Singh won a silver medal for India at the 9th World Para-Taekwondo Championships 2021 in Istanbul, Turkey. Chandeep won the silver medal in the men’s plus 80 kg event at the tournament which ended on December 12. With the silver medal, Chandeep Singh has risen from Jammu and Kashmir to become the only Indian para athlete to have achieved such a high position on the world stage. Chandeep also won a silver medal for the second time in a row in the history of the Para-Taekwondo World Championships. Chandeep Singh lost both his arms in a tragic accident with Apen at the age of 11, but he did not lose courage.
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With this achievement, Chandeep Singh has become the first player to do so. Chandeep, 22, is an excellent para-athlete in various sports. From skating and swimming to taekwondo, Chandeep has a wide range of talents. He also has a degree in electrical engineering. Chandeep is also a national level skater and holds the world record for the fastest 100 meters para-skating in an impressive 13.95 seconds.
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