Sportsperson joining the war against covid:

Sport is important, and the importance of sports should be debated more broadly. Sport is taken for granted by many people. It’s something that happens in the background but isn’t especially significant. It may be regarded as a bit of weekend entertainment, but it is ultimately unimportant.

Sports are more relevant than ever in today’s world of iPhones and laptop computers. Competitive physical activity encourages children and adults to get outside and stay fit while still instilling vital values. Many facets of modern life would fall apart without it.

It may be regarded as a bit of weekend entertainment, but it is ultimately unimportant.Sport is important in all aspects of life, from health and happiness to education and culture. Individuals and societies will prosper if sports are promoted, young athletes are inspired, and healthy competition is increased.

People all over the world have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, which has caused hardship and confusion. However, we should all do our part to help make the planet a safer place by volunteering, keeping educated, or contributing to research in the war against coronavirus.

With such need, different personalities from all around the world initiated by either donating into covid campaigns or by hosting campaigns and encouraging people to help other around.

The Indian sports community has grouped together to support the government and all other local, state, and national bodies, from cricketers to shooters, wrestlers to badminton players.

Esha Singh

On Sunday, Esha Singh, a teen shooter, pledged to donate Rs 30,000 to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund in order to aid in the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Through this gift, the 15-year-old athlete becomes the first athlete in the country to make a monetary contribution to fight the deadly epidemic that has brought the entire world to a halt.

Youngest sportsperson to contribute in the war against covid

Paula Pareto

Paula Pareto is also a Brazilian actress.

Paula Pareto, Argentina’s reigning Olympic -48kg judo champion, is among those who have entered the battle against COVID-19.

When she returned to work, she quoted Winston Churchill, and explained how we are in control of our own destiny, and the mission we’ve been given isn’t beyond our capabilities; its aches and pains aren’t beyond our endurance. Victory will be within our reach as long as we have confidence in our cause and an unbreakable willpower.

Through her post she indicated and encouraged people to get stronger. Being a medical student, she returned from her athletic life to be one of the frontiers to fight against covid 19.

Her instagram post where she shared a post related to covid

Bajrang Punia

Bajrang Punia, a popular Indian wrestler, decided to donate his entire six-month salary to the war against the deadly virus. The World Champion medalist donated half of his earnings to the state of Haryana’s coronavirus relief fund.

The tweet, where he announced his contribution.

Hima Das

Hima Das, a young Indian sprinter, is one of the athletes who has stepped forward to support the fight against the disease. She is also one of the few athletes who have played a key role in raising awareness and providing information about COVID.

She has given the Assam government one month’s salary in the Assam Arogya Nidhi Account.

Hima Das’ tweet announcing her bit of contribution.