It’s the dream of every Indian athlete to see their national flag soar above the rest. So, Bridgestone India,
urges all the cricket fans to stand in support of our athletes who strive to chase their dreams.
Introducing our very own athletes from Team
Watch their incredible journeys on how did they overcome their challenges to chase their dreams.
P.V. Sindhu is the first woman to win a silver medal at the Olympic Games Rio 2016Watch her story
A five-time world champion in boxing, Mary Kom has been awarded a Padma Bhushan (2013), Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award (2009) Padma Shri (2006), and Arjuna Award (2003) for her contribution to sports.Watch her story
The first ever female wrestler of the county to win a bronze medal at the Olympic Games Rio 2016. She began training when she was 12 years old and was promoted to a Gazetted Officer rank in the Indian Railways for her victory.Watch her story
Currently hailed as the best male badminton player of the country, Srikanth has been awarded a Padma Shri in 2018 and holds the No. 3 spot in world rankings.Watch his story
In support of these efforts, the company is partnering with more than 60 inspiring Olympic and Paralympic Games athletes, and hopefuls across 20 countries to serve as Bridgestone’s brand ambassadors on the Road to Tokyo, 2020.
We have all faced a few challenges in our lives and worked hard to achieve our dreams. If you have an inspiring story to tell, do submit it below and stand a chance to get featured on our website, social media platforms or win some Bridgestone Olympic Games merchandising.Submit Your Story