Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan. (Photo: Twitter)

Shikhar Dhawan, the left-handed India opener, has established his own sports education and training company called Da One Sports. From the ground up, the organisation will aim to provide training for young children.

The goal of Dhawan’s sports business is to provide athletes and coaches with learning opportunities so they can have better futures.

The academy has started a number of initiatives like the “Grassroots Innovation Programme” and the “Sports Training Programme,” which will concentrate on creating a foundational sporting culture before collaborating with schools and academies and making use of technology to monitor individual performances, advancement, and skill development.

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I Want To Pass My Knowledge And Experience To The Younger Generation Through This Initiative: Shikhar Dhawan

I feel, cricket has given me so much and I want to give in my efforts and play my part towards keeping it alive. I want to pass my knowledge and experience to the younger generation through this organisation. I believe that if we put in the best of our efforts, hum sab apne dreams ko reality mein convert kar sakte hain (we can convert our dreams into reality),” News 18 reported Dhawan as saying.

The academy will train athletes in eight sports at both the amateur and professional levels. They are also training 500 coaches and creating four centres of excellence. The organization’s goal for its “Sports and Wellness Program” is to have an impact on 10 lakh athletes over the course of the following five years.

Shikhar Dhawan
Shikhar Dhawan (Image Credit: Twitter)
Shikhar Dhawan Launches Sports Education And Training Company Called Da One Sports

Dhawan was retained as India’s captain for the forthcoming three-match ODI series in Zimbabwe beginning from August 18 to 22 at Harare Sports Club after recently leading India to a 3-0 ODI series clean sweep in the West Indies.

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