Born on 26th January 1963, José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix is a renowned professional football manager of Manchester United Club and former football player, regarded as one of the most successful managers in the world.
Here are some of his major achievements:-
Appointed as the Grand Officer of the Order of Prince of Henry (GOIH)
Successfully led the football club 'Manchester United' to win the FA Community Shield In 2016
Led the football club ‘Real Madrid’ to win La Liga (2011–12),Copa del Rey (2010–11) and Supercopa de España of 2012
Named as the best Portuguese Coach of the Century by Portuguese Football Federation in 2015
Honored as "Premier League Manager of the Year" for three seasons(2004-05, 2005-2006, and 2014-2015
Entitled as "Onze d'Or Coach of the Year' in 2005
Twice honored as “UEFA Manager of the Year” for season 2002-03 and 2003-04
Recipient of "FIFA World Coach of the Year" in 2010
Born on 26th January 1985, Heather Mary Stanning is a former professional rower from Great Britain. She is a double World Champion, European Champion, Olympic Champion, and four times World Cup champion having numerous accolades in her sports.
Her major achievements:-
Jointly with Helen Glover, he holds a world record in Women coxless pairs rowing
The first British female rower to win an Olympic gold in women’s rowing event
In 2016, she became world's number one female rower
Two gold medals at the European Championships of 2015 and 2016
Gold medals in the Olympic Games of 2012 and 2016
Honored as the "Member of the Order of the British Empire" (MBE) in 2013.
Ten gold medals at the World Rowing Cup competition held in between 2011-2016
Winner of two silver medals and two gold medals at the World Championships of 2010, 2011,2014 and 2015, respectively
Much-publicized as the 'Golden Girl’, Mamta Kharab is a former captain of the Indian Women’s National Hockey team. She was born on 26th January 1982. Mamta served as a role model for the character of Haryana team's captain 'Komal Chautala' for a Bollywood film 'Chak de India' which is based on women's hockey.
Gave her vital contribution to team India in securing the 1st place at the 1999 National U-21 Tournament, held in USA
Earned a gold medal with the team at the 2000 U-18 AHF Cup, held in China
Won a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games of 2002, held in Manchester
Earned a bronze medal at the 2002 Women’s Champions Challenge, held in Johannesburg
Considered to have been instrumental in India’s bronze medal win at the 2006 Asian Games, held in Doha
Played a major role in India’s gold medal triumph at the 2004 Hockey Asia Cup, held in New Delhi