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Dangal Part 2: Aurangabad family win six medals in competition

Dangal Part 2: Aurangabad family win six medals in competition

Dangal Part 2: Aurangabad family win six medals in competition

Dangal Part 2: Aurangabad family win six medals in competition

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Dangal Part 2: Maharashtra’s Aurangabad Any goal or ambition a youngster has in life requires the family’s unwavering support. Because of this, their support and encouragement are crucial in motivating someone to reach new heights. Sometimes children are inspired by their parents’ interests and careers to pursue similar paths, and at that point, their own motivation takes precedence, followed by their family’s ongoing support.

Such instances of sportsmen succeeding in competitions while receiving parental coaching are common in sports. But isn’t it uncommon for a family to have many winners at a competition? Yes, the Basha family of Aurangabad, whose three members each won a comparable competition, accomplished this feat after the “Dangal” (Phogat) family.

They took home medals from the second Khandesh swimming championship, which took place in Jalgaon, Maharashtra. Madan Basha, his wife Meera Basha, and their son Vraj Basha all took home medals in the competition. The Basha family made headlines and was the talk of Aurangabad after winning a total of six medals.

The Basha family resides in the Kharakuwa neighbourhood of Aurangabad’s Supari Hanuman Mandir. While Meera Basha is a lawyer, Madan Basha is a teacher. According to reports, Mr. Madan began swimming at the urging of friends when he was 24 years old, and as a result, he won numerous medals at various competitions.

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He started teaching his wife Meera to swim after they were married. Mr. Madan also prepared his kids for the same sport, furthering the lineage. He also thinks that the current generation, which is enmeshed in the web of television and mobile devices, should cultivate the habit of playing and participating in outdoor activities.

Competition and the Practice Behind

Madan Basha won the gold medal in the 50m breaststroke for the 50-54 age category, going first. Even better, he won the gold medal in both the 50-meter butterfly and the 50-meter freestyle. In the meantime, Meera Basha won two gold medals in backstroke competitions, and their son Vraj Basha triumphed in the 50-meter race in the “Under 17” division. He also took up a bronze in the breaststroke division.

In telling his tale, Madan Basha remarked, “I used to go for a walk in Siddharth Park in Aurangabad city. At that time my friends taught me to swim. Later, I developed an interest in swimming. After this, I taught swimming to the family members as well. I benefited from regular swimming.”

While his wife Meera Basha stated, “I was not interested in swimming before marriage. My husband taught me to swim. Practicing swimming while practicing law is such a great exercise. But, I practice regularly as it benefits me physically and mentally. I was assured that all three of us would win medals in this competition. I am very happy that our dream has finally come true.”

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In the meantime, Vraj remarked that the family’s future goal is to score medals in international competitions. He explained, “We go to swim regularly. In case any one of us gets bored of consistent swimming, others inspire us to keep going. Therefore, our practice remains unhindered. I am happy that all three of us won medals in the competition held in Jalgaon. Our future target is to get medals in international competitions.”

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