Her medals are more than her age

Her medals are more than her age
Her medals are more than her age

Her medals are more than her age. And her dedication is stronger than her hurdles. Ankita Vishwakarma is an 18-year-old National Level Kho-Kho player and Athlete from Nasrullahganj (M.P.). This six-time national and sixteen-time state level medalist is winning medals as well as hearts since she stepped foot in court in 2011.

Let’s have a look at her shelf


  • SGFI Games 2012 – Delhi
  • SGFI Games 2013 – Sehore
  • SGFI Games 2014 – Umariya
  • SGFI Games 2015 – Icchalkaronji
  • RGKA Games 2016 – Gandhinagar
  • All India University Games 2017 – Ahmedabad

Successis where preparation and opportunity meet.” – Bobby Unser

Till now she has won 3 gold, Silver, as well as Bronze, thus making a total of 9 ribbons on the hanger. Ankita aspires to become a professional trainer in the respective field and alongside want torepresent India internationally.

Anita believes that a sound body has a sound mind and fitness is her second priority, patriotism being the first. While talking with Indian Achievers Story, Ankita said that her mother is her ideal, mentor to represent constant motivator.

Her national and local medals sum up to more than what her age is. We salute such enthusiast and feel proud to say she is our Indian Achiever.

Tanishka Patidar
"Serving humanity & scratching words to feed the soul" Tanishka is the Co-Founder of Indian Achievers Story. This lover of pen and poetry is also a social worker.