This story of cyclist Deborah Harold from surviving tsunami to becoming a champion now is highly inspirational

This story of cyclist Deborah Harold from surviving tsunami to becoming a champion now is highly inspirational
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Whenever any person creates any record its natural we see their success but not the path they had travelled to reach the top. This path is very important because it showcases the true character of that individual.

Cyclist Deborah Harold has attracted the attention of many now with her sensational feats. But not many know the difficult path she travelled in her life.

It was in the year 2004 tsunami created great havoc in many places and her place was also badly affected that time. It is amazing that she survived by sitting in the tree for five days. That she was bold and determined was proved by her at age of just nine when she hung on to the tree. It must be noted that she was living a normal life in Car Nicobar along with her brother and mother when tsunami happened. It is great to note that she helped her family rebuild their lives.

It was in the year 2009 in Port Blair Sports Authority of India or SAI conducted a selection camp and this Deborah Herold pedalled her way and surprised many. Then in the same year 2009 she represented her school in inter- state school games held at Pune.

In the year 2012 Deborah Herold became cynosure of many eyes when she won gold in cycling event. In the year 2013 more glories came her way when she won five gold medals in the junior category in Track Asian Championship.

In the year 2015 in the Taiwan Cup Track International Classic event she stunned many with five gold medals. Now she has set her eyes firmly on the 2020 Olympics and want to bring more laurels.Good luck!!

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