Top academies in India for Olympic sports
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Chhatrasal Stadium
The stadium is named after Maharaja Chhatrasal and was built in 1980. The stadium is famous for its wrestling akhara, The akhara produced prodigies like Sushil Kumar, Yogeswar Dutt, Amit Dahiya The academy is oldest at its genre, received multiple Olympic medals and still shaping young grapplers for international excellence.
Yogeswar Dutt Academy
Olympic medallist Yogeswar Dutt and the Trust approved the Olympian's idea to transform the 27-acre engineering campus to a full-fledged wrestling academy.
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Gopichand Badminton Academy
The academy was first come into limelight when academy's player Saina Nehwal became first woman in country to reach the quarter finals of Olympic badminton in 2008. The dream run of the academy continued, when in the following year most promising stars from the academy like P Kashyap, P V Sindhu, Sai Praneeth, H S Pranoy, RMV Gurusai Dutt, Kidambi Srikanth, Sameer Verma, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy appeared in BWF circuit.
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Gun for Glory Shooting Academy
Shooting academy sowed its seed at Shiv Chhatrapati Shivai Stadium, Balewadi, Pune, by Gagan Narang & former Rifle shooter Pawan Singh. The academy started nourishing young nursery talents for years to produce the emergent world champion The academy is now spread across India with their 13 branches.
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Joydeep Karmakar Shooting Academy
The dream of a academy for next generation talents was synthesised in Olympian Rifle shooter Joydeep Karmakar's mind when he finished 4th in 2012 Olympics. In 2015, he inaugurated the academy at new Town, Kolkata, Joydeep excelled his academy from regional level to became an internationally acclaimed facility for shooting.
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Mary Kom Regional Boxing Foundation
The academy was structured in 2006 with a vision to create a Centre of Sporting Excellence to churn out Champions in the Boxing Sport and achieve Glory for India at the Olympics. The academy is providing great hope to the mountain covered state of north-east to bring up great talents for future.
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Little Cuba & Bhiwani Boxing Club
Bhiwani district of Haryana is nicknamed as "Little Cuba' after the state produces 4 out of 5 players who represented in 2008 Beijing Olympics and Vijender Kumar won bronze medal. Vikas Krishan & Kavita Chahal are the other prominent WC medallists, who hail from this district in recent past.
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Usha School of Athletics
'Usha School of Athletics' brings a world of opportunities to the girls of Kerala to transcend all odds and shine in the quarter mile track. The school provides a residential training facility for girls under supervision of the ex-Olympian.
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Inspire Institute of Sports
A venture of JSW Sports Pvt. Ltd., the institute is a multi-sports facility in Vijayanagar, Karnataka which provides a state of art sports facility with all kinds of advanced sports science infrastructure. The institute has facility to players of 5 Olympic disciplines – Judo, Boxing, Wrestling, Athletics & Swimming.
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Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ)
The organisation has shaped Indian Olympics sports with providing entire support, world class training, fitness facility and coaching supports with sports science training to 7 senior and 67 junior athletes and excelled with 5 Olympic medals, 6 Youth Olympics medals, 31 Asian Games medals, 15 Senior WC medals & 17 Junior WC medals.