Born on January 11, 1987, Danuta Kozák is a sprint canoer from Hungary. She has won 6 medals in Olympic Games out of which 5 are gold and one is silver- two gold medals at 2012 London Olympics in K-1 500m and K-4 500m events, three gold medals in 2016 Rio Olympics in K-2 500m, K-1 500m and K-4 500m events and a silver medal in 2008 Beijing Olympics in K-4 500m.
Her other Achievements are:-
Bagged 11 gold medals, 2 silver medals and a bronze medal in different events of ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships
Secured 6 gold medals and 3 silver medals in various events of Canoe Sprint European Championships
Won 2 gold and a bronze medal at the 2015 European Games
Born on 11th January 1996 in Bhiwani district, Manish Kaushik is an Indian lightweight divisionboxer who has recently bagged a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games of 2018. Manish chose boxing as a career after joining the Indian Army.
His career achievements-
Manish won a gold medal in his weight category in DohaInternational Boxing Tournament of 2015, held in Doha, Qatar.
He became the national champion for the first time in 2017 after defeating the defending champion Shiva Thapa.
In 2017Kazakhstan International Boxing Tournament, Kaushik won a silver medal in his weight category.
Manish bagged a gold medal in the Asian Games Test event2018 that held in Jakarta, Indonesia
Born on 11 January 1973, Rahul Dravid is a former Indian Cricketer who is regarded as one of the all-time great cricketers ever. He is the only Batsman who scored century (100) in all test playing countries.
Some of his major encompassments are given here:-
Dravid was named amongst five "Cricketers of the Year" by Wisden cricketers' Almanack in 2000
In 2004, ICC honored him as the "Player of the Year" as well as "Test Player of the Year"
Honored with the third and fourth highest civilian awards of India "Padma Bhushan" and "Padma Shri" in 2013 and 2004 respectively
As of 2012, Dravid holds the record for the most number of catches by a non-wicketkeeper in Test cricket
At the seventh annual Bradman Awards held in 2012, he was honored together with Glenn McGrath
Dravid also sustains a unique record of never being out for a golden duck in 286 test Innings that he performed