• Mesmerizing Mithali Raj

    Mithali Raj becomes first women to score 6000 runs in ODI cricket. She recently became the first international female cricketer to score seven consecutive fifties.

    Mithali was just 16 years and 250 days old. She is the youngest female cricketer to score a hundred on her ODI debut and also holds the record for scoring most 90's in her career. She has scored five nineties, the most by any female cricketer.


  • Joshna Chinnappa

    Joshna was the first Indian to win the British Squash Championship title in 2003 in the under 19 category and was also the youngest Indian women's national champion.

    At the 2014 Commonwealth Games she along with Dipika Pallikal Karthik won the squash women’s doubles gold medal, making it India's first ever Commonwealth Games medal in the sport.

    She reached a career-high world ranking of World No. 10 in July 2016.

  • Virat Kohli

    Virat Kohli

    Virat is one among only the fourth cricketer to score 1000 runs or more for three consecutive years in ODI cricket.

    He is the fastest in the world to reach 25 centuries in ODIs and to reach 1,000 runs in T20Is.

    He is the first ever batsman to score double centuries in four consecutive series in Tests. He got those against West Indies(200), New Zealand (211), England (235) and Bangladesh (204),

  • Lin Dan

    Lin Dan

    Lin Dan is a Chinese badminton player considered to be one of the greatest singles players of all time. He had won all nine major titles in the badminton world—Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup, Thomas Cup, Sudirman Cup, Super Series Masters Finals, All England Open, Asian Games, and Asian Championships—by the time he was 28.

    He has also won the Prestigious " All England Open" for 6 times. Not only is he a two-time Olympic champion, but also the first men’s singles player to retain the Olympic gold medal by winning in 2008 and defending his title in 2012.



  • Anil Kumble

    Anil Kumble

    Anil Kumble is the second bowler to hold the record of dismissing all 10 batsmen in an innings after Jim Laker. This feat was achieved in 1999 while playing against Pakistan in Delhi.

    Kumble became the first Indian bowler and the third in the world to reach the mark of 600 Test wickets. He also holds the record of taking most number of ODI wickets at a particular venue by an Indian with 56 wickets at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.