Jennifer Botterill, born on 1 May 1979, is a retired ice hockey player from Canada. She played for the national women’s hockey team of Canada, Mississauga Chiefs and the Toronto Aeros. She won the Patty Kazmaier Award twice (being the first player to do so) as the top player in the U.S. Women’s college hockey.
Her other Achievements:-
Earned gold medals in 2002, 2006 and 2010 and a silver medal in 1998 at the Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City, Torino, Vancouver and Nagano respectively
Bagged five gold medals in the years 1999, 2000, 2001, 2004 and 2007 and three silver medals in 2005, 2008 and 2009 at the IIHF World Women’s Championships
She is selected as an Athlete Ambassador for the Right to Play
Ajay Thakur was born on 1st May 1986. He is a professional international kabaddi player from Nalagarh,Himachal Pradesh, India.
Is the current captain of the Indian kabaddi team, having experience of 14 years
Clinched a gold medal at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games which took place at Luso-Chinesa School Pavillion in Macau, China
Achieved the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Kabaddi gold medal in 2013
Played a significant role in the team to win a gold medal at the 2014 Asian Games, held in Incheon
Helped India win the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup by his stunning performance and great team effort. He was entitled as the 'Star Player' of the final match, scoring 12 raid points and the number 1 raider of the tournament, scoring the most raid points.
At the Asian Kabaddi Championship of2017, Ajay successfully aided the team in winning a gold medal.
Born on 1st May, 1993, Talasha Prabhu is a young girl from the state of Goa who became the star swimmer of the country.
Here is a brief description of her achievements:-
Talasha was selected for Indian Swim Team to participate at the Commonwealth Youth Games from 12th October to 18th October, 2008 held at Pune, India
She had her first international meet held in Pakistan, where she swam & won a gold in 50 meters for freestyle swimming in U-14 section at the 1st South Asian Aquatic Championship which was held in Islamabad in September 2007
She completed her performance within 29.04 sec in her first global meet
She is India’s fastest female swimmer, who took 26.97 seconds, close to Shikha Tandon at Asian Games 2014 in 50m freestyle match