Awards

Swimming
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Sayani Das Congratulations to Ms. Sayani Das for her unique success to cross English Channel from Dover, England to France coast with a timings of 14 hrs. 08 minutes. Flag of by English Channel Swimming Association yesterday at about 1 pm. With the fullest cooperation from Boat officials, she finally reached France coast. On behalf of the Bengal Amateur Swimming Association we congratulate entire team of Boat officials and also English Channel Swimming authority to grant her a special permission to start at 1 pm. It is a unique decision due to rough weather condition prevailing for the last one week. We also thank her Swimming Coach for his untiring efforts to coach her for her today's success. We also put on record our gratitude to the Sports Department, Govt.of West Bengal and Bengal Olympic Association for their help cooperation and guidance. We also put on record to Sri Pappu Singh for unique financial help for her today's success.

Archery
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Rahul Banerjee Arjun Awardee

Athletics
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Pranab Banerjee International Medal Winner and National Champion from 63-67
maintain unbroken state record for 36 years in 100 Mtr.
Long Jump & Triple Jump
Dr. Kuntal Roy Dronacharya Awardee

Boxing
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Shakti Majumder Represented India in 52 Olympics

Cycling
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Subrabhat Chakraborty Represented India in 52 Olympics
Tarit Sett Represented India in 52 Olympics

Football
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Sailen Manna Represented India in 48 & 52 Olympics, Gold Medalist 1951 Asian Games.
Captain of India in all those tournaments.
AIFF awarded him as the best indian football player of the last millanium.
Chuni Goswami Best Striker of Asia awarded in 1962,
Arjuna Award in 1963, Padmashree in 1983,
Mohunbagan Ratna in 2005, Chosen as a Sheriff of Kolkata and leaded as a Captain of Ranji Tropy from Bengal
P. K. Banerjee Won Gold Medal in 1962 in Asian Games, Arjuna Award in 1961,
Padmashree in 1990, Indian Footballer of 20th Century-Awarded by FIFA.
Mr. Banerjee is the only footballer of Asia who has been Awarded the Fair
Play Award by the Olympic Committee.
Ahmed Khan Represented India in 48 & 52 Olympics, Gold Medalist 1951 Asian Games
Prodyut Barman Winners of Gold Medal 1962 Asian Games
Sanat Seth Represented India in 54 Asian Games
Arun Ghosh Represented India in 60 Olympics, Winners of Gold Medal 1962 Asian Games
Prasanta Sinha Winners of Gold Medal 1962 Asian Games
Paltu Roy Represented India in 52 Olympics
Sabbir Ali Dhyanchand Awardee

Hockey
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Leslie Claudius Won 3 Olympic Gold Medals in 1948, 1952 & 1956 respectively. Awarded by Padmashree in 1971.
Mentioned in the Guiness Book of World Record for having won the most number of Olympic Medals in Field Hockey. after CLAUDIUS in the special Olympic Legends Map
Keshab Dutt Represented India in 48 & 52 Olympics, Member of the Gold Winning Team
Yashwant Rajput Represented India in 48 & 52 Olympics, Member of the Gold Winning Team
Bharat Chhetrt Indian Captain in London Olympics

Kabaddi
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Bholanath Guin Kabadi Champion for 8 times, participate 20 times in National Championship.
Champion for 5 times in Weightlifting.

Weightlifting
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Bholanath Guin Kabadi Champion for 8 times, participate 20 times in National Championship.
Champion for 5 times in Weightlifting.
Laxmikanta Das Represented India in 60 & 64 Olympics, National Champion for 11 times and Arjun Awardee in 1962

Shooting
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Sobhita Chatterjee Represented India in World Competition, Winners of National Championships for 5 years

Table Tennis
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Indu Puri National Table Tennis Champion for 8 years

Tennis
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Leander Paes Won Olympic Bronze Medal in Singles, till now he received 14 Grand Slam Award in Doubles and Mix Doubles,
Arjuna Award in 1990, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in 1997,Padmashree in 2001.
He is now the sports ambassador of Indian State of Hariyana.
Naresh Kumar Represented India in Davis Cup, Coach of the Indian Davis Cup Team.

Cricket
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Sourav Ganguly In 1998 Awarded as the Best Sports Star Person of the year by the 'Sports Star Magazine'.
Arjuna Award in 1998. Padmashree in 2004. Sourav Ganguly is the highest run scorer in the World of
three calender year i.e. 1997, 1998, 2000. Leaded Team India as a Captain from 1999 to 2005.

Waterpolo
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Gorachand Sil Represented India in 48 Olympics.

Paralympic Athletics
NAME ACHIEVEMENTS
Ramanath Banerjee Represented India in Barcelona Olympic.

Posthumous Award
NAME DISCIPLINE AWARDED
Late Monotosh Roy Body Building Biswashree in Body Building
Late Sachin Nag Swimming First Indian to win Gold Medal in Asian Games in the year 1951, Bronze Medalist in 400 mtr.
Freestyle and 300 mtr. Medlay relay and represented Indiain 1948 London and 52 Hensinki Olympics.
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