Visakhapatnam girls Dontara Greeshma and Akula Sai Samhitha are all set to represent India at the Asian Games in the free style artistic skating event, taking place in China. As the multi-sport event draws nearer, these talented skaters are undergoing intensive training at a camp in Dhelpur, Mohali, under the guidance of their coaches. With less than two months to go, the skaters are honing their skills before heading back to Visakhapatnam to finalize their preparations.
Akula Sai Samhitha, an 18-year-old student at Andhra University College of Engineering for Women, has been dedicated to skating since the age of four. Under the guidance of her father, Akula Pavan Kumar, a national coach, Samhitha has steadily risen in the world of artistic skating, winning numerous medals and awards. She is dedicated to putting in the hard work and effort required to compete at the Asian Games and make her country proud.
Dontara Greeshma, a 14-year-old champion artistic skater from Visakha Valley School in Visakhapatnam, is equally determined in her pursuit of success at the Asian Games. Despite facing challenges and setbacks, Greeshma has shown her resilience and commitment to the sport. Coached by P Satyanarayna and K Chitti Babu, she has been putting in long hours of training to prepare for the upcoming competition.
Both Samhitha and Greeshma are passionate about their sport and are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to represent India on the international stage. Their dedication to their training and their determination to succeed is a testament to their talent and commitment to the sport. As they continue to train and prepare for the Asian Games, they are focused on giving their best performance and hopefully bringing home medals for their country.