The Revolution of Table Tennis in India - Padma Shri Sharath Kamal
This episode of #LetsTalkSports with Sid Deshmukh features Achanta Sharath Kamal, a highly respected and decorated #TableTennis player and the pride of our nation. Who better to talk to about the revolution of Table Tennis in our country than to the man who is has won innumerable medals and accolades at the international stage and has also been awarded the prestigious #PadmaShri and #ArjunaAward for the same?
Guts Glory Gumption - The Voice of Indian Sports with Rica Roy Podcast
Achanta Sharath Kamal is a professional Table Tennis player from Tamilnadu, India. He is the first Indian table tennis player ever to become nine times Senior National Champion hence breaking the record of eight times National Champion Kamlesh Mehta. Recently he received the fourth highest civilian award, Padmashri His current world rank is 41 as of September, 2019. Sharath won the men's singles gold in the 16th Commonwealth Table Tennis championship held at Kuala Lumpur in 2004. He is a recipient of the Arjuna Award for the year 2004. He has won the US Open Table Tennis Men's championships held at Grand Rapids, Michigan in July 2010 . First Indian to win a singles title on the ITTF Pro Tour. He also won the gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, beating crowd favourite Australian William Henzel in the final, apart from helping the Indian team clinch gold in the table tennis team event against Singapore. The list does not end here! Listen to Sharath Kamal talk about the year gone by and how he has prepared for Olympics 2021 (Tokyo) in Guts Glory Gumption with Rica Roy !See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep. 11: Gen X going on Gen Y ft. Paddlers Sharath Kamal and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran
The Millennial Athlete
From playing cat and mouse in the ITTF world rankings to scripting history as a team, with a podium finish at the 2018 Asian Games to finally joining forces to raise funds for the TT community during the pandemic.. tune in to Round 10 of The Millennial Athlete as co-hosts Shlok Ramchandran and Tanvi Lad chat with veteran paddler Sharath Kamal and 27-year-old Sathiyan Gnanasekaran on all things Table tennis!PS: Who do you think wears the headband better? Sharath or Rafa?You can talk to Sharath Kamal on Instagram: @sharathkamal(https://instagram.com/sharathkamal?igshid=cva8kag3r3kv)You can talk to Sathiyan Gnanasekaran on Instagram: @sathiyantt(https://instagram.com/sathiyantt?igshid=1t3xil61lnfq5)You can also follow Tanvi Lad & Shlok Ramchandran on their Instagram handles: @tanvilad93 @shlokh95You can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the IVM Podcasts app on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios, or any other podcast app.You can check out our website at http://www.ivmpodcasts.com/
E8: Sharath Kamal Achanta - Exemplifying true grit and patience
Sharath Kamal Achanta won the Oman Open in March this year despite playing under anxiety and his family concerns as the coronavirus pandemic was starting to spread. This win at 37 shows his longevity in Table Tennis is no mean feat. He was already 20 years old when he played at the national level, considered usually to be a late start. But he has since gone on to become the first Indian table tennis player ever to become nine times Senior National Champion and won medals at Commonwealth Games and Asian Games, and represented India at three Olympic Games. He is also the first table tennis player to be awarded the Padma Shri and through his career given huge visibility to the sport. Despite starting with no recognition as a junior player and an injury that almost put a stop to his playing days at the age of 32, Sharath's career has exemplified the importance of grit and patience for an athlete. Listen to his fascinating journey despite the heartbreaks, hitting rock bottom and bouncing back. You can check out the Maharani Talks on Instagram at www.instagram.com/maharanitalks MUSIC: Lights by Sappheiros https://soundcloud.com/sappheirosmusic Show Notes: • Dealing with pandemic during the Oman Title win [01:54] • Picking up the sport at the age of two [07:18] • Hitting a low point in his career [16:00] . Dealing with rejection and a bad patch in playing [22:33] . Coming back from an injury that derails his playing days [25:37] . What has kept him going in his long career? [35:25] . The need to win big tournaments to bring visibility to the sport [39:46] . Managing fitness during lockdown [42:51] . Supporting the Table Tennis fraternity during this crisis [46:37]
The Lead: Table Tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal on lockdown and the sport
The Lead from Deccan Herald Podcasts brings to you voices from across the spectrum and various spheres of life. In today’s episode, Table Tennis star Achanta Sharath Kamal speaks to DH’s Sidney Kiran about the sport, lockdown and his career. Download the Deccan Herald app for Android devices here: https://bit.ly/2UgttIO Download the Deccan Herald app for iOS devices here: https://apple.co/30eOFD6 For latest news and updates, log on to www.deccanherald.com Check out our e-paper www.deccanheraldepaper.com To read news on the go, sign up to our Telegram channel t.me/deccanheraldnews
27: Episode 27: In conversation with India's table tennis veteran Sharath Kamal
Welcome to Spodcast, the sports update on Firstpost. Today, we sit with India's table-tennis flagbearer Sharath Kamal to discuss his preparations and goals at the 2018 Asian Games and the expectations he deals with.