A Special Olympics Gold Medallist In Punjab Is Working At A Homeless Shelter To Make Ends Meet: Cyclist Rajvir Singh hasn't received a bulk of the prize money promised to him.


Huffington Post India reports:
The fact that a staggering number of Indian sportspersons around the country struggle to make ends meet and have a dignified life is common knowledge. Many of them, die in pitiful conditions, their legacy either ignored or forgotten. One such sporting hero is Rajvir Singh, a double gold-medallist in cycling at the 2015 Los Angeles Special Olympics. In 2015, at the age of 15, Rajvir, son of a daily wage labourer from Ludhiana, Punjab, made the country proud with a double win - in 1km and 2km cycling races - at the Special Olympics World Games.
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