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Aditi Ashok

Aditi AshokAditi Ashok is the only Indian golfer (male or female) to have played in the Asian Youth Games (2013), Youth Olympic Games (2014) and the Asian Games (2014). She was the National Junior Champion from the year 2012 to 2014 and the National Amateur Champion in 2011 and 2014.  Aditi was the first female Indian golfer to have become the National Junior Champion and National Amateur Champion for the same season (2014). Aditi is the Youngest Amateur in India to win the Bronze Title at the 91st All India Ladies Amateur Tournament (2008). She also won the Maiden National Amateur Tournament when she was only 9 years old.
Aditi is the youngest golfer in the world to win the WGAI’s ladies professional event (2011). She has played 12 professional events and made 11 cuts including 5 cuts out of 6 Ladies European Tour professional events. After winning the Governor’s Cup in Bangalore (2013), Aditi became the first female golfer to have won any open championship held since 1876 at BGC. She is a qualified Level 2 Rules Official as certified by the Rules School since 2012. Since the age of 12, Aditi has been playing for Team India in international junior & amateur tournaments and has 4 wins with an impressive tally of top 10 finishes. She ranked on the Official Women’s World Golf Ranking (Rolex Rankings) since 2012 and the World Amateur Golf Ranking since 2011.

Drithi Yateesh

Drithi YateeshIn the All Indian Sub-Junior Ranking National Badminton Championship held at Orissa in 2013, Drithi Yateesh won the U-13 doubles category. She was runners up in the U-15 doubles category of the All Indian Sub-Junior Ranking Badminton Tournament, 2014. Drithi also won the PNB Metlife JBC (junior badminton championship) in the U-15 singles category and she represented South Zone (Karnataka) for the Grand Finale held in Delhi. In The Karnataka Badminton State Championship of 2013, Drithi won the U-13 singles, U-13 doubles and U-15 doubles categories.

In the 2014 State Championship, she placed first in the U-17 doubles category and was a semi-finalist in U-15 singles. Apart from this, Drithi has won many district tournaments in Bangalore as well as other 3-star and 5-star ranking tournaments. She was felicitated by the Karnataka Government for winning the National Championship held in Orissa.

Rashmika Rajan

Rashmika RajanFrom January to July 2013, the rising tennis talent, Rashmika Rajan has won four titles and placed runner-up in two of the 14 events she participated in. She also captained India in the SAF Games in Kolkata in 1997. Rashmika is currently the No. 1 player in the under-14 section.

She has represented Karnataka at the all-India under-14 inter-state nationals at Delhi. She won the under-16 title and was runner-up in the under-18 section in the Championship series.  Rashmika also victoriously claimed the under-14 singles and doubles titles.