Born on 12th February 1984 in Antioquia, Caterine Ibargüen is a much-publicised athlete of Colombia who predominantly participates in the high jump, long jump and triplejump. She has marked her name in the history of athletics by winning various international competitions and setting numerous records.
Bagged a gold medal in triple jump at the Summer Olympics of 2016 and a silver medal at the Summer Olympics of 2012
Secured a bronze, a silver and two gold medals at the World Championships held in between 2011-2017
Caterine won a bronze and a gold medal at the Pan American Games of 2011 in the triple jump and long jump, respectively. She again bagged a gold medal in the triplejump in 2015.
Earned a total of five gold and two silver medals at the Bolivarian Games, held in 2001, 2005 and 2009
Roped in a silver and a bronze medal at the CAC Junior Championships of 2002 in high jump and triple jump, respectively
Born on 12 February 1982, in the capital of India, Shiv Kapur is a well-known professional golfer who has earned notable triumphs as an amateur as well as in his professional golf career.
A brief account of his significant achievements is given here:-
2014- Gave his vital performance in U.S.Open Championship finishing tied 23rd.
2013- Twice won on the European Challenge Tour; the first in Gujarat Kensville Challenge with a 2 strokes victory margin and another in Dubai Festival City Challenge Tour Grand Final with a 4 strokes victory margin. He also qualified for the British Open Championship where he finished with a tie at 73rd
2006- Qualified for the major event at the British Open
2005- Winner the Volvo Masters of Asia and was entitled the Rookie of the Year
2004- Played a crucial role being the part of the Asian team in winning the Bonallack Trophy
2002- He bagged a gold medal in the Asian Games held in Busan giving his perfect individual performance being the second Indian golfer to receive the honor
He gave his vital participation to the Indian team for Eisenhower Trophy and received the prestigious Arjuna Award by the Government of India.
Gundappa Vishwanath was an Indian former cricketer who gave his crucial participation to Indian cricket team in test cricket from 1969 to 1983. He was born on 12th February 1949, in Bhadravathi, Karnataka.
In his debut match in 1969, he scored a brilliant century against Australia at Kanpur, India
Played 91 games so far and scored 6000 runs
Gave his crucial participation in One-day cricket matches held between 1974 and 1982
In 1975, he contributed 112 runs to his team for winning against West Indies which was the highest run chase in Test cricket of that time
He has recorded a total of fourteen centuries in his active cricket career
Captained Indian cricket team in 1979 and gave an eye-catching performance in two test cricket matches against England