Rajdeep Singh Hargotra : Skipping stones to success

“Hard Work, Discipline and Dedication are the three golden rules for attaining success in life!” states Rajdeep Singh Hargotra a Guinness book world record holder from India for Jump Rope. He has made Raipur and our country proud with his brilliant records.

His mind-blowing act of skipping 349 times in a minute is breath-taking. Rajdeep, like a spring, could do this effortlessly. He is titled as ”#The_Rope_Master‘ for his unmatched achievements.
Rajdeep SinghThe passion for the game started when Rajdeep once visited Goa and watched a few kids skipping rope flawlessly, in fact, dancing while skipping. This amazed him enough to come back to the state and form an association named, Jump Rope Association Chhattisgarh.
It was in 2010 when Rajdeep made a world record by skipping 24 hours Double Dutch speed. The year brought more glory when he got the opportunity to represent India in @Jump Rope World Championship held in England, where he secured 13th rank. He also got the opportunity to run with the Queen’s Baton in Common Wealth Games 2010 .Rajdeep Singh 1

He attained more fame and glory and was summoned on national and international television shows like @Ab India Todega Record, Entertainment Ke Liye Kuch Bhi Karega Season3, Zheng Da Zong Yi (CCTV), China etc. The political class took over him. He has also been awarded 3 times with best player of India, Outstanding Young Person Rajdeep Singh 2Award and many more. His bag of brilliance also contains three gold medals from South Asian Jump Rope Championship and 98 medals out of which 78 are Gold, remaining are Silver and Bronze medals.

To keep the spirit of sports alive in youngsters, Rajdeep trains them. This also gives him his daily dose of Sports. Such an inspiration Rajdeep is.


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