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If you could compete in the Olympics, which sport would you choose?


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Lavanya 11-Nov-2019 19:18

I would like to participate in gymnastics

Smita R Pagdaloo 05-Sep-2019 17:56

Two sports I dream to compete is gymnastics and running. This was my childhood dream to excel in gymnastics and running gives me a feeling of freedom. Though today with my weight and at my age this will always be a wishful thinking for me.

payal punjabi 04-Sep-2019 11:11

YOGA 🧘‍♀️ but I won’t like to compete as such... instead would like to lead a grp performance of yoga in olympics 😍😍 yoga is real essence of healthy life 😇😇
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    Manasi Bhosale | 19-Nov-2019
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  • She
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  • Vageesha | 16-Nov-2019
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  • Women are not always the victim
    Sankalppateriya | 16-Nov-2019
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  • Vageesha | 15-Nov-2019
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  • Vageesha | 12-Nov-2019
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  • Vageesha | 11-Nov-2019
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  • Maa
    Lavanya | 11-Nov-2019
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  • Vageesha | 10-Nov-2019
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  • Helping Strangers...
    Jyoti | 01-Nov-2019
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  • What To Do After a Binge: 5 Ways To Get Back On Track
    Devika Pusalkar | 28-Oct-2019
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  • Be exclusive... Be YOU
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