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Yearender 2016: Successful Indian women athletes this year
While PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik, Deepa Malik clinched medals at the Rio Games, the rise of young Indian golfer Aditi Ashok and gymnast Dipa Karmakar were the highlights of the year 2016. (Photo: AP / BCCI)
While PV Sindhu, Sakshi Malik, Deepa Malik clinched medals at the Rio Games, the rise of young Indian golfer Aditi Ashok and gymnast Dipa Karmakar were the highlights of the year 2016. (Photo: AP / BCCI)
She may have missed out on a medal by a whisker at the Rio Olympics but Dipa Karmakar, who was the first ever Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, won hearts all across the globe as she performed the risky produnova vault. She finished fourth but made sure gymnastics in India get a major boost.  (Photo: AP)
She may have missed out on a medal by a whisker at the Rio Olympics but Dipa Karmakar, who was the first ever Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, won hearts all across the globe as she performed the risky produnova vault. She finished fourth but made sure gymnastics in India get a major boost. (Photo: AP)
Sakshi Malik ended India’s medal drought at the Rio Olympics after she wrestled her way to clinch country first medal at the Rio Olympics. Sakshi, who was 0-5 behind in the bronze-medal match, turned the things around sensationally to become the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Olympics. (Photo: AFP)
Sakshi Malik ended India’s medal drought at the Rio Olympics after she wrestled her way to clinch country first medal at the Rio Olympics. Sakshi, who was 0-5 behind in the bronze-medal match, turned the things around sensationally to become the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Olympics. (Photo: AFP)
The Hyderabadi tennis ace Sania Mirza ended 2016 as the number one women’s doubles player in the world. Before she ended her partnership with Switzerland’s Martina Hingis, the duo clinched Australian Open. (Photo: AP)
The Hyderabadi tennis ace Sania Mirza ended 2016 as the number one women’s doubles player in the world. Before she ended her partnership with Switzerland’s Martina Hingis, the duo clinched Australian Open. (Photo: AP)
2016 was a breakthrough year for PV Sindhu. The Indian badminton ace became the first Indian woman shuttler to win a silver medal at the Olympics. She also bagged silver medal at the Hong Kong Open Super Series and also clinched the China Open title. (Photo: AP)
2016 was a breakthrough year for PV Sindhu. The Indian badminton ace became the first Indian woman shuttler to win a silver medal at the Olympics. She also bagged silver medal at the Hong Kong Open Super Series and also clinched the China Open title. (Photo: AP)
Deepa Malik clinched her first medal at the Paralympics after she finished second to win silver in the shot put event in the Rio Paralympics.  (Photo: AP)
Deepa Malik clinched her first medal at the Paralympics after she finished second to win silver in the shot put event in the Rio Paralympics. (Photo: AP)
Harmanpreet Kaur became the first Indian woman cricketer to play in the Women’s Big Bash League after she was signed by Sydney Thunder. She also replaced legendary Mithali Raj as Indian woman’s T20 team skipper. (Photo: ICC)
Harmanpreet Kaur became the first Indian woman cricketer to play in the Women’s Big Bash League after she was signed by Sydney Thunder. She also replaced legendary Mithali Raj as Indian woman’s T20 team skipper. (Photo: ICC)
Aditi Ashok, the 18-year-old golfer, etched her name in the record books as she became the first Indian woman to have won Ladies European Tour. The teenager, who took the massive strides towards what promises to be a bright career ahead, also won the Hero Women’s Indian Trophy. (Photo: AP)
Aditi Ashok, the 18-year-old golfer, etched her name in the record books as she became the first Indian woman to have won Ladies European Tour. The teenager, who took the massive strides towards what promises to be a bright career ahead, also won the Hero Women’s Indian Trophy. (Photo: AP)