Paramjit Bisht qualified for Paris Olympics through the Asian Walk Race Championship held in Japan

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By securing 9th position in the Asian Walk Race Championship held in Japan, Paramjeet Bisht has booked his ticket for the Paris Olympics to be held next month. Paramjeet Bisht has won many medals before this as well. He won the gold medal in the 5 km walk race in the first Khelo India Games held in Delhi.

The players of Chamoli district of Uttarakhand are continuously spreading their glory in the country and the world. In this sequence, by securing 9th position in the Asian Walk Race Championship held in Japan, Paramjeet Bisht has booked his ticket for the Paris Olympics to be held next month. Even before this, Paramjeet Bisht has won many medals. He won the gold medal in the 5 km walk race in the first Khelo India Games held in Delhi. At the same time, there is a wave of happiness in Chamoli district on this achievement of Paramjeet Bisht. His success has given the message to the youth that with hard work and dedication anyone can make their dreams come true.

Paramjeet was born on 3 March 2002 in Khalla village of Mandal Valley in Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. He is an alumnus of Government Inter College Bairagana where he was trained by physical education teacher Gopal Bisht. Currently, Paramjeet is serving in the Indian Navy through sports quota. Paramjeet has performed brilliantly in many competitions even before this achievement. The whole country is proud of Paramjeet’s brilliant performance. His success has further increased India’s hopes of a medal in athletics at the 2024 Paris Olympics. The country hopes for even greater achievements from Paramjeet in the coming times.

Paramjeet’s goal since his school days was to win a medal for the country in the Olympics. Gopal Bisht, sports coach of Government Inter College Bairagana, says that Paramveer started preparing for walk race from school itself under his guidance in the year 2017. Due to lack of any suitable ground nearby, he started preparing by taking a rented room in Gopeshwar. The records of Under-17 and Under-19 age groups of School Games Federation of India are also in Paramjeet’s name. Paramjeet also won a gold medal in Khelo India. Apart from this, Paramjeet has also won medals in many competitions organized by the Federation.

He also won a bronze medal in the Asian Youth Championship held in Hong Kong. Paramjeet Bisht constantly tries to improve his game. By securing ninth place in the 20 km walk race of the Asian Race Walking Championship held in Japan, Paramjeet has qualified for the Paris Olympics-2024 and the World Championship. According to Paramjeet Singh’s coach Gopal Bisht, hard work and strong willpower opened the way to the Olympics for Paramjeet. His goal is that this time he will win a gold medal for the country in the Olympics 2024.

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