Emerging Talents
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    Mouma Das Table Tennis India, In 17Th Asian T.T. Championships held in Korea. Represented India in pyongyang T.T. tournamenyt at DPR Korea represented India in geman open and polish open. represented India in 15th asian T.T. championships held at Doha
   Ankita Das Table Tennis Ankita Das won three medals - two golds and one bronze - during the 2014 Lusofonia Games in Goa. She was chosen for a scholarship programme by the International Table Tennis Federation in 2010 to help her prepare for the 2016 Rio Olympics. She has represented India in the London Olympics (2012). During the beginning of 2014, she won the singles title at the 75th senior National table tennis championships in Patna. She made it to the second round of the 2014 Asian Games.
Mousumi Paul Table Tennis Mousumi paul , born on 2nd October 1985 hails from Kolkata, west Bengal. She currently ranks 17 in women’s single table tennis federation. She achieved best performer position in national level as well as international level championship consecutively three years .
Amalraj Anthony Arputharaj Table Tennis Amalraj Anthony started playing table tennis regularly at the age of six and was utterly focused on excelling at the game. He was introduced to the sport by his father who was also his first coach. He was part of the Indian team that clinched the bronze medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. He won the silver medal at the Glasgow Games in 2014 pairing up with Sharath Kamal. He is also known for being fined for extravagant celebrations after winning his maiden national championships in 2012 when he threw away his racket and climbed on the table while pumping fists.
Soumyajit Ghosh Table Tennis Soumyajit Ghosh is the first Indian to win a medal in the World Junior Table Tennis Championships. He qualified for the 2012 London Olympics ahead of the likes of Sharath Kamal and Amalraj and was the youngest member in the Indian contingent. In the year 2014, he won four medals at the Lusofonia Games in Goa. These included two gold medals in men's team and mixed doubles events. He also finished runner-up in the U-21 men's singles event of the ITTF World Tour Swedish Open in Stockholm.
Achanta Sharath Kamal Table Tennis Sharath Kamal is India's top-ranked male paddler who plays for German club Borussia Düsseldorf in the Bundesliga (table tennis). He is a three-time Commonwealth Games gold medalist - including a gold in the singles events at Melbourne in 2006. He missed the bronze medal after losing in the play-offs of the 2014 CWG in Glasgow. However, he did win the silver medal in the men's doubles category, teaming up with Anthony Amalraj. The 32-year-old, who spends most of his time in Germany, is aiming at breaking into the top-30 of the world rankings.
 
 
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swapna barman High Jump And Heptathlete Merely wearing shoes is painful for Swapna Barman. She was born with six toes on each foot, and can't afford specialized footwear. Yet, somehow she has overcame all that to be picked by India to compete in the grueling test of skill and endurance that is the heptathlon at the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.
 
 
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Anju Bobby George Long Jump Anju Bobby George is an Indian athlete. Anju Bobby George made history when she won the bronze medal in Long Jump at the 2003 World Championships in Athletics in Paris. With this achievement, she became the first Indian athlete ever to win a medal in a World Championships in Athletics jumping 6.70 m. She went on to win the Gold medal at the IAAF World Athletics Final in 2005, a performance she considers her best.
 
 
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  Rakhi Halder Weightlifting Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into electronic typesetting, remaining essentially unchanged. It was popularised in the 1960s with the releas
  Sukhen Dey Weightlifting Weightlifter Sukhen Dey has left behind a troubled past when he was suspended in 2011 for failing a doping test during the Continental Grand Prix in Malaysia. Before that, he had won a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi. A year later, he was embroiled in a doping scandal. However, he came back strongly and lifted a total of 248 kg during the 20th CWG at Glasgow to clinch the gold medal in the 56 kg category. At the 2014 Asian Games, he failed to emulate his CWG feat earlier in the year, returning home after a disappointing show.
  Mirabai Chanu Weightlifting Mirabai Chanu, in 2013, was named as the best lifter at the Junior National Championship and she has continued living up to the expectations with strong performances over the years. She bagged the silver medal of the 48 kg event as India started its campaign at the 20th Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in a dominating fashion. The gold was won by her compatriot Sanjita Chanu. Mirabai lifted a total of 170 kg to finish second in the competition.Earlier in 2014, with a total lift of 161 kg she clinched the silver medal in the national championship as well.
  Sathish Sivalingam Weightlifting Sathish Sivalingam entered the 2014 Commonwealth Games as an unknown quantity. He was making his debut at the event and returned home a star after clinching the gold medal in the 77 kg event. The 22-year-old Vellore-based weightlifter finished ahead of compatriot K Ravi Kumar to bag the honour. The Indian weightlifting contingent returned with a rich haul of 12 medals from the 2014 CWG. He also set a new game record by lifting 149 kg in the snatch in Glasgow. He was a strong medal contender at the Asian Games in Incheon but unfortunately couldn't participate in the event due to viral fever.
  Katulu Ravi Kumar Weightlifting Katulu Ravi Kumar was a bodybuilder who switched to weightlifting three years before 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi where he clinched the gold medal in the 69 kg category. Hailing from Berhampur in Odisha, Ravi Kumar comes from a humble background but today has become one of India's top weightlifters. In the 2014 Glasgow games, he competed in the 77 kg event and won a silver. At the 66th Senior National Weightlifting Championships, he won a silver medal in the 77 kg category.
  Sanjita Khumukcham Weightlifting Sanjita Khumukcham opened India's medal account at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in a sparkling fashion with a gold in the 48 kg category. She lifted a total of 173 kg to bag the top prize while compatriot Mirabai Chanu Saikhom took home the silver medal. She also won the gold medal at the senior national weightlifting championship last year, lifting a total of 161 kg.
 
 
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  Sanam Singh Tennis Sanam Singh, partnering with Saketh Myneni came close to winning his second consecutive gold medal of the men's doubles event at the Asian Games. However, he had to be satisfied with a silver after losing in the final. In March 2014, he won the doubles title at the ITF Futures tournament in Andhra Pradesh. The 27-year-old won three ATP Challenger doubles titles during the year - all with Saketh as his partner.
  Saketh Myneni Tennis The year 2014 was a successful year for Saketh Myneni during which he not only represented India at the Davis Cup but also won his country two medals at the Asian Games in Incheon. He clinched the doubles titles at the Kolkata ATP Challenger and New Delhi ATP Challenger tournaments in February - both with Sanam Singh. He won the men's doubles title at the ITF Futures tournament in Edwardsville, Illinois (USA) teaming up with Patrick Davidson of USA. The crowning glory came during the Asian Games in September when he partnered with Sania Mirza to clinch the gold medal in mixed doubles and with Sanam Singh returned home with a silver in the men's doubles event. He bagged yet another title at the Pune ATP Challenger in October winning the doubles title with Sanam Singh.
  Saketh Myneni Tennis Yuki Bhambri, a former junior world no 1, had a decent 2014. He won India two bronze medals at the Asian Games in Incheon - one in singles and another in the men's doubles event with Divij Sharan. He won his third ATP Challenger tournament at the inaugural Shriram Capital P.L. Reddy Memorial Challenger in Chennai. He also won the doubles title of the tournament partnering Michael Venus of New Zealand. Later in the year, he teamed up with Divij Sharan to clinch the doubles title of the 2014 Shanghai Challenger.
  Ankita Raina Tennis Ankita Raina is India's top-ranked singles player. She started playing at the age of five and her favorite surface is grass. 2014 was a mixed year for her. She won three women doubles titles on the ITF tour, with three different partners. She ended the year on a bright note becoming the first player from India in 14 years to lift the $25,000 ITF singles title in Pune. More recently, she won three titles at the 35th National Games in February 2015.
  Sania Mirza Tennis Sania Mirza is the most successful female Indian tennis player in history. She was ranked India's No.1 player, both in singles and doubles, until her retirement from singles in 2013. More than a decade after her debut on the tennis, she still carries the torch for women's tennis in the country. She has a very successful season in 2014, which can be termed as the best year of her career so far. In 2014, Sania playing with Cara Black won their first title of the year at the 2014 Portugal Open. After that, playing with Bruno Soares she won the 2014 US Open Mixed Doubles title - her third Mixed Doubles Grand Slam title. Sania won a gold and a bronze at the Asian Games in Incheon. She paired with Saketh Myneni to win gold in the mixed doubles and playing with Prarthana Thombare she won a bronze medal in doubles event. Black and Mirza won their biggest title together at the WTA Tour Finals in 2014, defeating Hsieh Su-wei and Peng Shuai 6-1, 6-0 in the final. It was the heaviest defeat ever in the end-of-season competition's doubles final in 41 years. Sania participated in the International Premier Tennis League, as member of the Micromax Indian Aces and played a key role for the Indian Aces to win the inaugural edition of the IPTL.
 
 
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  Bajrang Kumar Punia Wrestling Bajrang Kumar is a young and upcoming India wrestler, who won a silver medal each in the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and at the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. He also represented India in the 2014 FILA Men's Freestyle Wrestling World Cup. He came to prominence by winning a bronze medal in the 2013 Asian Wrestling Championships and later proved his mettle by winning a medal (bronze) in the prestigious FILA World Wrestling Championships in the same year. He is one of the six elite male Indian wrestlers, to have won a medal in the world championships.
  Geetika Jakhar Wrestling Geetika Jakhar is the first Indian women wrestler to get Arjuna Award for wrestling. 2014 was a fruitful year for the experienced wrestler, as she won a silver medal at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and a bronze medal at the Incheon Asian Games. She is one of the few Indian wrestlers to have won two medals at the Asian Games, as she had also won a silver medal at the Doha Asian Games in 2006. She came into prominence as a 17-year old teenage wrestler by winning a silver medal at the 2003 Asian Wrestling Championships in Delhi.
  Amit Kumar Dahiya Wrestling Amit Kumar Dahiya is one of the six elite Indian wrestlers to win a medal in the FILA World Wrestling Championships. At 19, he became the youngest wrestler to represent India in Olympics at the 2012 London Games - where he lost in the repechage round. He came back strongly in 2013 to win a silver medal at the World Wrestling Championships in Budapest. In 2014, Amit won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Amit also won four of his five bouts to help India finished sixth in the Wrestling World Cup in 2014.
  Vinesh Phogat Wrestling Young wrestler Vinesh Phogat represented India in the women's freestyle 48kg category at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and won the gold medal. She also won the bronze medal in the same category at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon. She is the cousin of wrestler Geeta Phogat, who won a bronze medal in 2012 World Championships.
  Yogeshwar Dutt Wrestling Yogeshwar Dutt is the third Indian wrestler to win an Olympic medal after KD Jadhav (1952) and Sushil Kumar (2008, 2012). Dutt claimed a memorable bronze in the freestyle 60kg event at 2012 London Games. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 2013 for his London exploit. In 2014, Dutt won the gold medal in the 65kg freestyle event by beating Canada's Jevon Balfour 10-0 in the final at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Dutt also ended a 28-year gold drought for India in Asian Games wrestling, when he won the gold medal in freestyle 65kg event at the Incheon Asian Games.
  Babita Kumari Wrestling Babita Kumari won a gold medal in the 55kg freestyle category at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. It was an improvement from her last showing at the CWG, as she had won a silver medal at the 2010 Delhi Games. She had also won a bronze medal at the 2012 World Wrestling Championships in Strathcona County, Canada. She is the sister of India's first female gold medalist in wrestling in Commonwealth Games, Geeta Phogat.
  Sushil Kumar Solanki Wrestling Sushil Kumar Solanki can be called the most successful Indian wrestler, for becoming the first Indian to win back to back individual Olympic medals. He won a silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics, after winning a bronze at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He is also the first and only world champion wrestler from India - as he won the gold medal at the 2010 FILA World Wrestling Championships. In 2014, he added another CWG gold to his kitty at Glasgow Games, after winning the yellow metal at Delhi Games in 2010. He was awarded Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 2009, for becoming second Indian wrestler to win an Olympic medal (a bronze in 2008 Beijing Games) after KD Jadhav's bronze medal at the 1952 Helsinki Olympic Games.
 
 
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  Seema Punia Antil Athletics Seema Punia Antil has a colourful life as a discus thrower, with few doping problems in her more than decade long career. Antil won the gold medal at the 2000 World Junior Championships, but lost it due to a positive drugs test for pseudoephedrine. She came back strongly to win a bronze medal at the next World Junior Championships in 2002. She won the silver medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne, and was honoured with Bhim Award by the Haryana government in 2006. She had tested positive for a steroid (stanozolol) prior to the 2006 Asian Games but was cleared to participate by her National Federation, but she opted out from the Games. She won the bronze medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and finished 13th at the 2012 London Olympics. In 2014, she bounce back strongly again to outshine her compatriot Krishna Poonia to win the silver medal at the Commonwealth Games and a gold medal at the Asian Games.
  Tintu Luka Athletics Tintu Luka is the Indian national record holder in the women's 800m race. Coached by legendary PT Usha, she timed 1:59.17 in the 2010 Continental Cup (Croatia) to break Shiny Wilson's 15-year-old record of 1:59.85 in the 800m event. After finishing at a disappointing 6th in 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games, Luka won the bronze medal in the 800m event at the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games. In 2014, Luka won the Silver medal in 800m race at the Incheon Asian Games. She was also a part of the team that won the Gold medal in the 4x400m relay (with Games Record time of 3:38.68) at the Incheon Games.
  Lalita Babar Athletics Lalita Babar is a long-distance runner, who competes in the 3000m steeplechase and is the current Indian national record holder. She won the bronze medal at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, clocking 9:35.37 in the final. In the process, she broke the national record held by Sudha Singh.
  Vikas Gowda Athletics Vikas Gowda is only the second Indian man to win athletics gold in Commonwealth Games. He won the historic medal in the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games in the event of Discus Throw. The discus thrower also won a silver medal at the Incheon Asian Games, making 2014 a fruitful year for him. Vikas hold the Indian national record in discus throw with the distance of 66.28m, achieved during Old Style Discus Challenge in Norman (USA) in 2012. In 2012 London Olympics, Vikas qualified for the finals and finished at a creditable 8th position. He also won a gold medal in Asian Championships in 2013 in Pune, with a throw of 64.90m. However, his best moment so far came at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, where he became the second Indian man to win athletics gold, 56 years after Milkha Singh won the men's 440 yards at the 1958 Cardiff Games.
  Inderjeet Singh Athletics Inderjeet Singh won a bronze medal at 2014 Asian Games in Shot Put event with a throw of 19.63m in Incheon, South Korea.Coached by Pritam Singh, younger brother of another Indian shot putter Shakti Singh, Inderjeet came into prominence after winning silver medal at the 2013 Summer Universiade in Kazan, Russia.
  Arpinder Singh Athletics Arpinder Singh is the Indian national record holder in triple jump. In June 2014, he beat the national record previously held by Renjith Maheshwary by jumping 17.17m in Lucknow. A strong contender for India for the 2016 Olympics, he won a bronze medal in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
 
 
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  Pusarla Venkata Sindhu Badminton Sindhu is known for her extraordinary skills and fighting spirit. Sindhu is the first Indian to win two back-to-back medals in the World Badminton Championships. Sindhu defeated second ranked Shixian Wang in three gruelling sets 19-21, 21-19, 21-15, to reach the World Cup semifinal in Denmark. Sindhu's father P V Ramana has represented India in volleyball and he is also a Padma Shri awardee.
  Ashwini Ponnappa Badminton Ashwini Ponnappa forms a formidable partnership with Jwala Gutta and in 2010, they won the first gold medal for India in the Commonwealth Games event. Ashwini and Jwala etched their names in history books by becoming the first Indian pair to win a medal at the World Badminton Championships in 2011. Ashwini is known for her fast and swift movements across the court and also for her powerful smashes. In 2001, Ashwini won the Indian junior championships and the gold medal at the South Asian Games held in 2006.
  Rajah Menuri Venkata Gurusaidutt Badminton Gurusai Dutt took up badminton as a sport after watching Pullela Gopichand play and now trains at Hyderabad's Gopichand Badminton Academy. He won the gold medal at the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games and the silver medal in India Open Grand prix Gold in 2010. Gurusaidutt won the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Gurusaidutt lost to Derek Wong of Singapore 21-16, 19-21, 15-21 to settle for the bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
  Jwala Gutta Badminton Jwala Gutta won the Junior National Badminton Championship when she was 17 years old. Jwala likes playing aggressive badminton and has a great affinity for netplay, with a great level of skill at the net like good anticipation and deceptive shots. Jwala is considered very dangerous at the net with good reading of the game and great interceptions and is substantially sharp with her strokes at the net. She also has a strong smash from the back court and some handy deceptive drops. Jwala is also known for being one of the only world-class doubles player to still use the forehand service since most other doubles specialists opt for the safer backhand serve.
  Kidambi Srikanth Badminton Srikanth was the runner-up at the 2014 India Open Grand Prix Gold event in Lucknow and was a quarterfinalist in 2014 Malaysian Open. Srikanth was part of the Indian badminton team that reached the semifinals of the mixed-team event at the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, in which he also reached the quarterfinals of the men's singles event. In November, Srikanth created a major upset in the final of the 2014 China Open Super Series Premier by defeating five-time world champion and two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan in straight sets (21-19, 21-17) to become the first Indian to win a Super Series Premier Men's title.
  Parupalli Kashyap Badminton Kashyap has not let asthma come between his game and his achievements. He created history by reaching the quarterfinals of men's singles at 2012 London Olympics, being the only male player from India to do so. At the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Kashyap won the gold medal in men's singles. In the finals, in intense three games Kashyap defeated Derek Wong of Singapore 21-14, 11-21, 21-19 and thus won a historic Gold medal for India. The gold medal in men's singles came after a long wait of 32 years, allowing Kashyap to see his name written amongst two legends of Indian Badminton who were also former Gold medalists in the same event, Prakash Padukone in 1978, followed by Syed Modi in 1982.
  Saina Nehwal Badminton Arguably the best female shuttler from the country, Saina Nehwal became the Indian shuttler to win a medal at the Olympics when she won the bronze at the London Games in 2012. Saina is the first Indian to win the World Junior Badminton Championships and was also the first Indian to win a Super Series tournament, by clinching the Indonesia Open on 21 June 2009. Saina also won the 2014 China Open Super Series Premier in November, 2014. Saina emerged on the global scene when she became the second Indian woman to win a 4-star tournament, the Philippines Open in 2006. Saina was named "The Most Promising Player" in 2008 and she reached the world super series semifinals in the month of December 2008. Saina became the first Indian woman to win the China Open Super Series Premier by beating Japan's Akane Yamaguchi 21-12, 22-20 in the final. Saina retained the India Open Grand Prix Gold by defeating Spain's Carolina Marin 19-21, 25-23, 21-16 in the final.
 
 
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  Chitra Magimairaj Billiards Chitra Magimairaj is an out and out sportsperson. She might be one of India's top cueist but has also played hockey and cricket. She is a two-time former World Ladies Billiards and Snooker Association champion (2006 and 2007). At the 2014 World Snooker Championships (WLBSA), in her first appearance, she won the Seniors trophy beating Alena Asmolova of Belarus.
  Sourav Kothari Billiards Sourav Kothari is the son of former world billiards champion Manoj Kothari. The celebrations and the media attention that followed after his father's title triumph, left a deep impression on the mind of the young Kothari. He immediately fell in love with billiards and decided to follow in the footsteps of his father to make a career in the sport. Today, he is a national champion in billiards and also the holder of the Asian title - both of them won in 2014. Kothari has twice won the bronze medal for India in the IBSF World Billiards Championship in 2011 and 2014.
  Vidya Pillai Billiards Vidya Pillai was introduced to cuesports by good friend and former India cricketer Hemang Badani. She began taking a serious interest in the sport and eventually started working on improving her game. She became the National Snooker Champion in 2003 and since then she has added seven more titles to her kitty. She has also performed admirably well in several international events. She won the gold medal at the inaugural World 6-red snooker championship in Carlow, Ireland in 2013.
  Pankaj Advani Billiards Pankaj Advani loves winning world titles. A record haul of 12 World Championship titles at the age of 29 years is proof enough of his prodigious talent and hunger for success. He is the second Indian after Geet Sethi to have won World Professional Billiards title. He is a holder of numerous records and for his achievements was named by the World Economic Forum as one of the three 'Global Shapers' from India in 2013. In the year 2014, Advani won four world titles to take his tally to 12. The Government of India has recognised his achievements and bestowed him with several national awards including Padma Shri - India's fourth highest civilian honour.
 
 
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  Mandeep Jangra Boxing Coached by veteran boxer Akhil Kumar, Mandeep Jangra took significant strides in his boxing career in the last couple of years. The 21-year old Haryana pugilist won a silver medal at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, but missed to win a medal at the Incheon Asian Games as he lost in the quarterfinals stage. Mandeep came into limelight after winning a silver medal in the 2013 Asian Championships.
  Pinki Rani Boxing Pinki Rani is a young boxer, who came to limelight in 2014 for beating five-time world champion Mary Kom in the qualifying event of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. She won a bronze medal in the 2014 Glasgow Games.
  Laishram Devendro Singh Boxing Devendro is India's upcoming young boxing star, who won a silver medal at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games. He was one of the youngest boxers to qualify for Olympics in 2012, where he lost in the quarterfinals - missing the medal by a round. He started 2014 in a positive note by winning a gold medal in the Bocskai Invitation Tournament in Hungary. He was also the youngest and only Junior Commissioned Officer to receive Vishisht Seva Medal in 2014. Devendro though missed out to win a medal in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, after losing in the quarter final bout.
  Laishram Sarita Devi Boxing Sarita Devi is a former world champion Indian boxer in the lightweight (60kg) class. She has won three medals in World Amateur Boxing Championships - two bronze (2005 & 2008) and a gold in 2006. She was awarded Arjuna Award by the government of India for her achievements in 2009. In 2014, she won the silver medal at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. She also won a controversial bronze medal in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, where she protested her defeat in semifinal during the medal ceremony. She was banned for one year by AIBA for her protest in Incheon.
  MC Mary Kom Boxing Mary Kom is a five-time World Amateur Boxing champion, and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the first six world championships. Nicknamed 'Magnificent Mary', she was the only Indian woman boxer to qualify for the 2012 London Olympics - where women boxing was incorporated for the first time in Games history.
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