07-Oct-1986 – Amy Satterthwaite is a New Zealand female cricketer. She is representing the New Zealand women’s team participating in the Women’s Cricket World Cup in the years 2009 and 2013. On 26 February 2017, became the first female cricketer to score four consecutive centuries in ODIs against Australia.
03-Dec-1982 – Mithali Raj is an Indian cricketer. She is currently (October 2017) the captain of India’s Test and Women’s ODI team. He was born on 03 December 1982 in Rajasthan. Mithali started playing cricket at the age of 10 and at the age of 17 she joined the Indian cricket team. Mithali (16 years, 205 days) also holds the record for scoring the youngest century in women’s ODI matches. As a batsman, Mithali also holds the record for scoring 07 consecutive fifties in ODI cricket.
01-Jun-1975 – Karnam Malleshwari is the female weightlifter of India. In the Olympic Games held in Sydney in 2000, Indian player Karnam Malleswari created history by winning bronze medal in the women’s 69 kg category. She became the first woman from India to win an Olympic medal. She was the fourth Indian to win an individual medal at that time. In 1995, he received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, and in 1999, the civilian Padma Shri.
09-Aug-1993 – She is an artistic gymnast who represented India at the 2016 Summer Olympics. She is the first Indian female gymnast to participate in the Olympics. And she is the first Indian, male or female, gymnast to do so in the last 52 years.
29-Aug-1905 – 03-Dec-1979 – Major Dhyanchand was an Indian hockey player and captain, who is counted among the best in the world. Major Dhyan Chand was called the wizard of hockey. No player of the world has reached around the record of popularity that Dhyan Chand has established in the game of hockey. He also practiced a lot at night, so his companions called him Chand. He was a member of the Indian hockey team that won the Olympic gold medal three times. His date of birth is celebrated as “National Sports Day” in India. He scored more than 1000 goals in his playing life.
21-Sep-1979 – Chris Gayle is a player and former captain of the West Indies cricket team. Left-handed explosive opener Chris Gayle is famous in the world for his fast batting and his merry mood on the field. He plays for Jamaica in domestic cricket. , Gayle has set several records in all three formats of the game. He is the most capitated player for the West Indies in international cricket and is the only player to score a triple century of centuries – a triple century in Tests, a double century in ODIs and a century in T20s. Gayle last played a Test match against Bangladesh in September 2014. Lucas Cricket Club’s nursery is named in Gayle’s honor. Playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore, he scored a century in 30 balls, which became an individual T20 score (175 not out). Chris Gayle holds the record for the most centuries (22) in Twenty20 cricket, recently he has also achieved the record of 1000 Sixes.
31-Oct-1895 – 14-Nov-1967 – Kotteri Kanakaiah Naidu was a former Indian cricketer. He started his cricket career at just 7 years old. He was the first Test captain of the Indian cricket team. Ck Naidu’s height was more than 6 feet. He was a right-handed player. Colonel Kottari Kankaiya Naidu is fondly loved by everyone. Used to call it He was the first Indian cricketer to be awarded the Padma Bhushan. He started his international cricket career on 25 June 1932 in a Test cricket match against the England cricket team.
15-Nov-1986 – Sania Mirza is one of the top tennis players in India. From 2003 to 2013, for a decade in a row, she managed to retain her position as the top Indian tennis player in the singles and double of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). She became the first woman player to win a Grand Slam for India in 2009. The athlete, who became known globally at the age of 18, was awarded the “Padma Shri” in 2006. He is the youngest player to receive this honor. He was awarded the WTA’s “Most Impressive New Cummer Award” among the world’s tennis giants in the US in 2006.
25-Nov-1982 – Jhulan Goswami is the former captain and player of the Indian women’s cricket team. Those who play in Test, One Day and International T20 matches for the team. Jhulan Goswami is an all-rounder and plays domestic cricket for Bengal. Jhulan Goswami is the world’s one-day bowler taking the highest number of wickets (196) among women cricketers. Jhulan was also the captain of the Indian women’s cricket team before Mithali Raj.
10-Sep-1970 – Belinda Clarke is a former female Australian cricketer who has played international cricket from 1991 to 2005. She is the first and only player to score a double century in a women’s ODI international. Clarke captained the Australian women’s cricket team from 1994 to 2005 until her retirement. She was also the chief executive of Women’s Cricket Australia. Clarke played one Women’s Twenty20 International and 89 Women’s National Cricket League matches.
15-Dec-1988 – Geeta Phogat is an Indian freestyle wrestler. He won India’s first gold medal in wrestling at the Commonwealth Games in 2010. Also, Geeta is the first Indian woman wrestler who qualified in the Olympics.
30-Dec-1977 – Laila Amaria Ali is a television personality and former American professional boxer who competed from 1999 to 2007. Laila Ali is the daughter of former great boxer Mohammad Ali.