Motivational Speakers at the Aditya Mehta Foundation

On this page, you can find inspiring Para-Sporting personalities that are associated with our Foundation. These Para-Athletes have experience with Motivational Speaking, and can be called to give motivational talks at corporate events/ functions. Get in touch with us via e-mail at adityamehtacyclist@gmail.com to discuss the prospect of the same.

Aditya Mehta


Founder, Aditya Mehta Foundation. Para Cyclist


Disability
: One leg above knee Amputation

Achievements:

  • Double silver medallist in ACC 2013
  • 5 record holder in limca book of records
  • First Indian to ride and complete 300 miles London to Paris
  • Founder of Aditya Mehta foundation

Harinder Singh


Para Cyclist


Disability
: Below Knee Amputee

Achievements:

  • Works with the Border Security Force of India
  • Lost him limb in a mine blast while on duty serving the country
  • Bronze medallist in Asian Para Cycling Championships in 2017 and 2018.

Divij Shah


Para Cyclist


Disability
: One hand amputation

Achievements:

  • Played cricket for the West Bengal U-16 boys team.
  • First Indian Para Cyclist to become a super randonneur.
  • Silver medallist in Asian Para Cycling Championships in 2017 and 2018.

Jagwinder Singh


Para Cyclist


Disability
: Deformed hands

Achievements:

  • Self Trained Para-Athlete
  • Para-Cyclist and Long distance rider.
  • Teaches painting at a local school, by painting with his feet.
  • Multiple Awards in Para Cycling and Para Athletics
  • Multiple time winner of State Painting Competitions.

Madhu Bagri


Para Cyclist / Wheelchair Lawn Tennis Player


Disability
: Polio (wheelchair bound)

Achievements:

  • First Indian Women wheelchair player to represent India overseas and get a World Ranking by ITF
  • Holds a Record in the Limca Book of Records 2017.
  • Twice National Champion in wheelchair tennis in a row.
  • Holds a silver medal in an international tournament 2015.
  • Won a Bronze medal at the Asian Para Cycling Championships, 2018. First ever hand cyclist from India to win an International Medal.

Anand Kumar


Para Badminton Player


Disability
: Polio

Achievements:

  • National and Ekalaya Awardee
  • Doubles World no.1
  • National Champion last 3 years
  • National Champion for 8 consecutive  years 2001-2008

Girish Sharma


Para Badminton Player


Disability
: One leg above knee amputation

Achievements:

  • Was ranked World #2 in 2007.
  • Participated in the World Championships on two occasions.
  • Para Asian Games 2008 Gold medallist in Singles and Doubles.
  • Six times National Champion.

Bala Chandar Subramaniyam


Wheelchair Lawn Tennis Player


Disability
: Polio

Achievements:

AITA (All India Tennis Association) Ranking

  • Wheelchair Tennis Doubles – Rank 1
  • Wheelchair Tennis Singles – Rank 2

Best Career ITF World Rankings

  • Best Career World Rankings – Singles – 271
  • Best Career World RankingsDoubles – 181

National Level Achievements – Singles Titles 

  • Marina Open AITA Wheelchair Tennis Tournament – 2017
  • National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2015
  • National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2013
  • 1st National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2012
  • TNTA – AITA Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2010

National Level Achievements – Doubles Titles 

  • Marina Open AITA Wheelchair Tennis Tournament – 2017
  • Tabebuia Open Wheelchair Tennis Tournament – 2016
  • National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2015
  • National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2013
  • 1st National Paralympic Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2012
  • TNTA – AITA Wheelchair Tennis Championship 2010

International Level Achievements – Singles

  • 2011 – 1st ITF Futures Wheelchair Tennis Tournament (Semi-finalist)
  • 2009 – Malaysian Open (Runner Up),

International Level Achievements– Doubles

  • 2011 – 1st ITF Futures Wheelchair Tennis Tournament – 2011 (Finalist)
  • 2009 – Srilankan and Malaysian (Semifinalist) Open
  • Country Representations – I have represented India in PARA ASIAN Games in 2010 and FESPIC Games
    in 2006.