Olympian Anju Bobby George, who created history in the Indian Games by winning a bronze medal at the 2003 World Athletics Championships (Paris), said on Monday that he achieved success at the top level with the help of a kidney.
The IAAF World Athletics Finals (Monaco 2005) gold medalist long jump star athlete said that she was allergic to even painkillers and was able to achieve success despite all such obstacles.
Anju tweeted, ‘Believe it or not, I am among those lucky people who reached the top level in the world with the help of a kidney. Even as I was allergic to painkillers, my front leg did not work properly when starting the race. I had successes even when there were many limitations. Can we call it the magic of the coach or his talent?
Anju’s career reached new heights after coaching her husband Robert Bobby George. Replying to his tweet, Union Sports Minister Kiren Rijiju said that Anju raised the value of the country with his hard work, patience and commitment. He said, “It was your hard work, patience and commitment to raise the value of Anju India, with the support of a dedicated coach and the entire technical team.”
The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) stated that Anju, India’s only medalist at the IAAF World Championships (Paris 2003), IAAF World Athletics Finals (Monaco 2005) gold medalist and consistently good performer during his illustrious career, is the country’s most Is an inspiring track and field star.
She finished sixth in the 2004 Olympic Games. He had then jumped 6.83 meters. Anju was ranked fifth in 2007 after America’s Marion Jones was disqualified due to doping allegations.