On Wednesday, after reaching the Tokyo Olympic final, a celebration was held in the hometown of Indian player Ravi Dahiya to ensure India won the fourth Olympic medal. On Wednesday, Dahya became the second Indian boxer to win the Olympic champion when he suppressed Kazakh Nurislam Sanayev in the final with a 57kg score, which caused a sensation.
Soon, when he remembered Dahiya’s passion for sports and determination to succeed at the highest level, his family and the locals in Nahri village exploded with joy. Dahiya’s father, Rakesh, said happily: “I believe Ravi will win the gold medal.
” I can’t express happiness in words,” he said excitedly after his son came back strong to win the game. The Indian fourth seed made some “fitley” moves against Sanayev and took the lead, 29 points behind, but as time passed, Dahiya regrouped, used his leg to attack and grab the opponent and finally won. .
Prior to this, Suhir Kumar was the only Indian who participated in the 2012 London Olympics gold medal battle and won a silver medal. “He promised his family that he would bring Olympic gold medals,” Laksh recalled his son’s efforts to succeed in the Olympics over the years.
“Practice for eight hours a day,” he said. He said that from the age of six, he started fighting in a village in Ahala. Afterwards, he went to the Chatlasal Stadium in Delhi.
Rakesh recalled that he brought milk and butter to the Chhatrasal Stadium, an hour’s drive from the city, every day to ensure his son got the best food. Dahiya’s grandmother Savitri said she was very happy with her achievements.
“Before going to Tokyo, he told my grandmother that he would come back with a gold medal,” he said. Another relative, Rinki, said: “Ravi told Mausi (auntie) that I would make the whole country proud. And he did it today, one step away from the gold medal.
The population of the city is about 15,000 inhabitants. Dahiya is the son of a farmer, following Mahavir Singh (Moscow in 1980, Los Angeles in 1984) and Amit Dahiya (London 2012).