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PV Sindhu's Father Took Leave From Work For 8 Months To Train Her For Rio Olympics 

Have you ever heard about the wonderful sacrifices made by our parents just to support our dreams? That's what our badminton champ, P.V. Sindhu's father did for her and look at her now!

He gave up work for 8 months so that he could assist her in the training of the Rio Olympics and her performance is definitely top notch! 

Her parents have been her major support system and they have been there for her throughout her journey. 

PV Sindhu's Father Took Leave From Work For 8 Months To Train Her For Rio Olympics 

PV Sindhu's Father Took Leave From Work For 8 Months To Train Her For Rio Olympics 

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As the Rio Olympics are coming to the end, Indians are releasing how precious it is to get a medal. 

As the Rio Olympics are coming to the end, Indians are releasing how precious it is to get a medal. 

It takes years and years of determination and hard work but the podium can only fit 3 pairs of feet. 

Indian female athletes are really making the nation's pride shine in the Rio Olympics. 

Indian female athletes are really making the nation's pride shine in the Rio Olympics. 

But there are have a lot of discussions held on the fact about Indians finishing fourth but not winning even the bronze.

When names like Dipa Karmakar and Lalita Babar come up, the nation is definitely proud. 

When names like Dipa Karmakar and Lalita Babar come up, the nation is definitely proud. 

But after a while, nobody really remembers the fourth position as opposed to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd.

In the Indian scenario, not many parents would support their child's profession in the matter of sports. 

In the Indian scenario, not many parents would support their child's profession in the matter of sports. 

One of the reasons for India's fail in the Olympics is probably given to the fact that an average Indian parent would never prefer their kids making sports as their profession. This is the reason why these women athletes who push their bodies to the extremes don't earn medals. 

Another remarkable story is our very own semifinalist PV Sindhu's story. 

Another remarkable story is our very own semifinalist PV Sindhu's story. 

Her parents and family have been a great support system for her throughout her training and her journey to the Olympics. 

P.V. Sindhu's father, P.V. Ramanna, who is an Indian Railways employee and a former volleyball player helped his daughter in her training. 

P.V. Sindhu's father, P.V. Ramanna, who is an Indian Railways employee and a former volleyball player helped his daughter in her training. 

He took an 8-month holiday from his work to assist his daughter. He would drive his daughter every morning at 4 am for her training sessions.

Her mother, Vijaya Ramanna, thinks P.V. Sindhu is already a champion. 

Her mother, Vijaya Ramanna, thinks P.V. Sindhu is already a champion. 

Her mother has been proud of her no matter how much she progresses or how far she goes. 

Another great win was scored by 23-year-old Sakshi Malik in the women's freestyle wrestling category. 

Another great win was scored by 23-year-old Sakshi Malik in the women's freestyle wrestling category. 

Congratulations to all these talented and hard working female athletes who have made the nation very proud! 

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