New Delhi, 8 July (Hindustan Times). Talents are not dependent on age.. Especially in the case of sports, this line often proves to be true. India is a country of youth and there is no dearth of youth talent here. If needed, just give him the right direction.
An example of excellent display of skill beyond age is visible in Varanasi city of Uttar Pradesh. We are talking here about Rishika Ryan… who has a total of 19 medals from state level to national and international level in the game of karate at the young age of ten.
Rishika, who has trained herself mentally and physically since the age of three to master the sport of karate, says it is a tremendous honor for her to represent India on the global stage.
Speaking to Hindustan News, Rishika said, “Winning gold medals in both Kumite and Kata is a dream come true, and I attribute this achievement to my mother, Alka K. And father Dr. Abhishek K. I extend my unwavering support to my coach Arvind Yadav and my fellow countrymen. This victory is a testimony to the talent and potential that exists within India.”
Rishika further added, “I am also grateful to Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ji for promoting the empowerment and safety of the daughters of the state amid efforts to transform Varanasi into a livable and safe city.”
An extraordinary achievement by Rishika, her win not only symbolizes her personal success but also serves as a beacon of inspiration for aspiring athletes across the country. His exceptional performance underlines India’s commitment to nurture talent and promote the field of Karate on the global platform.
Rishika’s historic victory in the 2023 Karate Championship has etched her name in the annals of sports history. His extraordinary achievements in both Kumite and Kata reflect his unwavering dedication, years of rigorous training and guidance under Coach Arvind Yadav and tireless pursuit of excellence and eagerly await his future endeavors as he looks to take the sport of Karate to new heights But taking
Born on 17 November 2013, Rishika started taking karate training at the age of just 3. Even when Rishika’s father was working in Bangalore, he allowed Rishika to stay in Varanasi only for karate training.
Rishika’s coach Arvind Yadav said, “Whatever Rishika has achieved so far, her parents have a big contribution. Children cannot progress without the help of parents. The coach will do his work and the society will do his work, but unless the parents stand together for a child in his victories and defeats and discipline him, the child will not be able to achieve the goal.