Indian professional boxer Vijender Singh.(Gokul VS/HT)
Vijender Singh, however, has moved on from that life changing bronze 13 Summers ago in Beijing because that's what mature people do.
Vijender singh,indian boxer says to PTI that is 'When you sheds one thoughts and actions and welcomes new things, that's the growth. It comes with time and responsibilities'.
" Life is a new lesson every day"
The world celebrates Olympic day as well, one month to go for the tokyo Olympics. The country's first Olympics medal, One can't to help to come down memory lane to relive one of the most iconic moments in Indian sports.
33 years aged old man, Olympian says that, “Those were golden days, we are unworried without responsibilities. Our training, food habits, diet and few friends all matter to us", he added by recalling the Beijing games.
" I had a good Olympics and I gave my best in Beijing, fortunately it turns to bronze medal. But I have tried several things after that, I got married, had a children turned professional, got into politics. I don't look back by today, he explained.
Vijender Singh says that he doesn't give up in politics. It is not about winning or losing, it is all about convictions. Everyone had their own way. So I would be around and on my own way, he added.
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