India Shines Bright at Dubai Para Badminton International 2023: Medal Tally Revealed!

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In a dazzling display of skill and determination, Team India emerged triumphant at the 13th Tournament of the #Paris2024 Paralympics Qualification Race, held at the Dubai Para Badminton International 2023. The Indian contingent showcased exceptional prowess, clinching an impressive haul of 14 medals, including one gold, five silver, and eight bronze.
The gold medalists who stood tall in the WD SL3-SU5 category were none other than #TOPSchemeAthletes Thulasimathi M. and Manasi Joshi. Their stellar performance not only secured the top spot but also highlighted the success of India’s elite athletes.

TOPSchemeAthletes Sukant Kadam and Tarun Dhillon secured bronze in the MS SL4 category.

Palak Kohli, another #TOPSchemeAthlete, added a bronze in the WS SL4 category.

The mixed doubles pair of Nitesh Kumar and Thulasimathi M. achieved bronze in the XD SL3-SU5 category.

Manisha Ramdass shone in the WS SU5 category, securing another bronze for the Indian squad.

Nitesh Kumar and Tarun formed a formidable duo, earning bronze in the MD SL3-SL4 category, while Palak Kohli and Thulasimathi M. secured bronze in the WD SL3-SU-5 category.

Nitesh Kumar’s individual brilliance added another bronze in the MS SL3 category.

A heartfelt congratulations to all the medalists who showcased not only their sporting prowess but also the indomitable spirit of the Indian para-badminton contingent. Each victory represents countless hours of hard work, dedication, and perseverance, inspiring a nation and setting the stage for even greater achievements on the global platform.

As India continues to shine in the world of para-badminton, these athletes serve as beacons of hope and inspiration, breaking barriers and proving that with determination, anything is possible. Here’s to the champions of Dubai Para Badminton International 2023 – may their success resonate far and wide, motivating aspiring athletes and bringing pride to the nation.

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