Aryan, cousin of Lakshya Sen, aims for fencing gold at Khelo India Youth Games
Aryan Sen, first cousin of Lakshya Sen, wants to make a name for himself in the sports world just like his brother. But the only difference is that while Lakshya is one of the best badminton players in the world, fencing is the young Aryan’s favorite sport, still unknown in his field.
The latter is aiming for a gold medal at the 2022 Khelo India Youth Games, Madhya Pradesh, which kicks off from January 30 to February 11. herself. She was a national table tennis champion,” Aryan said, recalling her introduction to fencing.
“From there I got into fencing and I have been doing it since 2015,” he added. The youngster already has international medals to his name. “I won bronze at the Asian Championships last year,” he said of the Asian Cadet Championships in Uzbekistan last February. Aryan won the medal along with his “good friend” Lokesh Vemani from Telangana and two others in the men’s team épée event.
“I remember making some mistakes in my duel in the beginning that left me behind and couldn’t recover. Kazakhstan won gold and the hosts won silver,” he recalled, but for now he only wants KIYG gold.
“I want to win gold,” he said confidently. However, he also looks beyond the Games. “After that I have a Khelo India ranking tournament in Cuttack and then I also have to go to the Asian championships because I am in the top six in the country.
“I am also aiming to qualify for the senior nationals this year and do well in the selection tests as well,” said Aryan.
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