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Anglian Medal Hunt to develop future Olympic prospects - signed first 3 athletes!



Anglian Medal-Hunt Company (AMHC) seeks to nurture young talent in the arena of Olympic sports and beyond. AMHC will do this by facilitating the training, procurement of equipment and international exposure required by the athletes. AMHC will follow strict criteria for selection of medal-worthy athletes. Once selected, the athletes will be trained by our highly credible network of coaches, mentors, physiotherapists and mental conditioners. The entire expenses borne for this purpose will be met by AMHC on a case to case basis.

AMHC recently announced their three new signings – Shiv Thapa (Bantamweight boxer), KT Irfan (Walker), Basanta Bahadur Rana (Walker) – all three of them participated for Team India at the London Olympics in 2012.

AMHC are associated with the revered initiative ‘Olympic Gold Quest’, who played a crucial role in assisting all the four medal winners in the London Olympics. OGQ will be one of the training partners of AMHC, which will only help the budding sporting talent in the country.

Team AMHC  
Maneesh Bahuguna, CEO
Sharat Prakash, Executive Director
Vaibhav Puri, Director Operations
Amit Khemka, Legal Advisor
Vinay I. Desai and Iyengar Srinivasan Jagannathan – Research and Analysis

Anglian Medal-Hunt Company has one clear objective; to see Indian athletes winning medals at all important sporting events, be it the Asian Games or the Olympics.

For this purpose, Anglian are willing to take a giant leap of faith in our fantastic young talent and guide them in all aspects of their career from training, international exposure, sponsorships to all other aspects of their professional life. AMHC aims to be a one stop agency to cater to all aspects of our athletes’ careers, leaving them entirely dedicated in their objective – to make the nation proud by being the best amongst the world.

To know more about this inspirational initiative, you can visit their website: http://www.anglianmedalhunt.com/

Or visit their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AnglianMedalHunt

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