Vogue India celebrates 14th anniversary; Features on cover Olympic stars Lovlina Borgohain, PV Sindhu, Mirabai Chanu

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Vogue India's 14th anniversary edition expressed gratitude to the women athletes who inspired millions at the Tokyo Olympics.
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GUWAHATI: Tokyo Olympics 2020 medallists PV Sindhu, Lovlina Borgohain and Saikhom Mirabai Chanu have featured on the cover of the latest edition of the popular fashion magazine ‘Vogue’

This year’s Olympic Games highlighted outstanding performances by Indian athletes, particularly among the female competitors and winners.

Vogue India ‘s 14th anniversary edition expressed gratitude to the women athletes who inspired millions at the Tokyo Olympics.

Taking to the twitter, the Vogue India wrote for Mirabai Chanu, “In a year that saw many sportspeople spark conversations around mental health, the silver lining for @Mirabai_Chanu was letting go of the mental burden faced by most athletes, and believing in herself. Read to see more about our October 2021 cover stars.”

“India’s most marketable female athlete and one of the world’s highest earning sportswomen, PV Sindhu’s bronze in the women’s singles established her place as one of India’s stars at the Tokyo Olympics. Read to see more about our October 2021 cover stars”, VOGUE India tweeted for Sindhu.

“Determined to defy the odds, @LovlinaBorgohai’s bronze success at the Tokyo Olympics is not just a story of resilience but one of grit that every girl can aspire to. Read to see more about our October 2021 cover stars”, VOGUE India tweeted for Lovlina Borgohai.

Sindhu, a two-time Olympic medalist and India’s badminton star, took bronze in the Tokyo Olympics.

Meanwhile, Manipur’s weightlifter won silver in the 49kg category, ending a 21-year wait for a medal in the sport, while boxing star Lovlina won bronze in the 69kg category.

With seven medals — one gold, two silver and four bronze — India had its best-ever performance at the Olympics.

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