Olympic Gold Quest - TES 2010

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Go For Gold!!

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India at the Olympics

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Despite being a country of over a billion, India has won only ONE individual gold medal at the Olympics Belarus, ranked 69th according to GDP and 84th according to population, won 16 medals including 4 gold medals at the Beijing Olympics.

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Reasons for India’s pathetic Performance

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2006 Hockey World Cup in Munchengladbach, Germany. Germany 1 st , India 11 th Sanjay Kolte – Super Cup Best Boxer 2009 Gets ‘Desi treatment for a stomach injury suffered in the Indian camp

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An initiative by Foundation for Promotion of Sports and Games. (Not for Profit company)

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Brainchild of Indian sporting legends Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone.

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Our Mission To assist potential medal talent to help achieve their dream of winning Olympic Gold medals.

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Our Vision We bridge the gap between India’s best and the best in the world

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Board of Directors

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Geet Sethi - 8 times World Billiards Champion, Padmashree and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awards Prakash Padukone - All England Badminton Champion, Padmashree Awardee Leander Paes – 12 time Grand Slam Tennis Champion and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee Viswanathan Anand – 4 time World Chess Champion and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee Niraj Bajaj – 4 time National Table Tennis Champion, Arjuna Awardee and Director, Bajaj group of Companies R. Ramaraj - Senior Advisor, Sequoia Capital Shitin Desai - Vice Chairman, DSP Merrill Lynch Rakesh Khanna - Founding Partner, Ambit RSM Neeraj Bharadwaj – Managing Director, Accel Partners Chief Operating Officer Viren Rasquinha – Former Indian Hockey Captain, Olympian and Arjuna Awardee

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OGQ Support to Athletes

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Our Focus Disciplines

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Shooting Athletics Boxing Badminton Wrestling Archery

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Athletes on Board

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M.C. Mary Kom Age: 27 Years Boxing 5 Time World Boxing Champion and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee

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Gagan Narang Age: 27 Years Shooting (Rifle) Current 10 Meter Air Rifle World Record Holder and 4 gold medals at CWG 2010

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Saina Nehwal Age: 20 Years Badminton World No. 3 and Gold medal at CWG 2010

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How we do it? Case Study Rakesh Manpat Shooting (Rifle)

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Event Legend: 1. Meeting of the shooting hopes Plzen,Czech Republic, Jun-09 2. Masters Meet—ndore, Sep-09 3. 53 rd Shooting National Games, Punjab, Nov-09 4.ISSF World Cup (MQS), Beijing, April-10 5. International Junior Competition, Suhl, May-10 6.National Trials, Pune, June-10 Position Secured: 1 Personal Best: 594 Beijing Gold: 596

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OGQ Support Personal Coaching with ace coach Stanislav Lapidus Purchase of world class equipment, ammunition and accessiories for his rifle Sessions with the peak performance trainer Exposure to international competition Mentoring in every aspect of his training

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100% of Contributions Goes Towards the Athletes Supported by OGQ

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OGQ Mission 2016-2020

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Young Athletes Supported by OGQ

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Olympic Gold India’s Best National Level From among the 10s of India’s Best, a few go on to win Olympic Gold - and restore national pride Regional Best Out of the 100s of National Level sports persons, a few 10s get to be India’s Best Out of the 1000s of Regional Best sports persons, a few 100s make it to the National Level Steps to Glory

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Olympic Gold India’s Best National Level 100% focus on the 10s of India’s Best to scale final peak to glory Invest every paisa only to help India’s Best become Olympic winners Win 3 Olympic Gold medals Regional Best 2012 Olympics – 100% Glory

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Olympic Gold India’s Best National Level 75% focus on the 10s of India’s Best to scale cross final peak to glory Win 10 Olympic Gold Medals Regional Best 25% focus on the 100s of National Level performers to become India’s Best Get more sports persons into the list of India’s best 2016 Olympics – Glory and Distinction

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Olympic Gold India’s Best National Level 60% focus on India’s best sports performers to help cross final peak to glory Win 20 Olympic Golds Regional Best 30% focus on National Level winners to become India’s best Increase pool of India’s Best 10% focus on Regional Best to get to the National Level Get more Regional Best to win at the National Level 2020 Olympics – Glory, Distinction and Growth

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The potential and possibilities are immense

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We can either make it a fine program that will touch a few sportsmen…

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…or create a movement that can capture the imagination of a whole nation.

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The choice is ours.

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Just remember….

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It takes just 6 grams of gold to lift the worth of a nation!!

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Thank You

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