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She felt that winning against the school champion would also help her somehow in her basketball game. So she started concentrating on her speed when she exercised in the morning. The day of the race dawned. It turned out to be a close race. Towards the end Mamta caught up with the champion. Her eyes were fixed at the finishing line. Like Arjuna in the Mahabharata aiming at the fish's eye, Mamta too could see nothing else. And in the end she did win, though by a couple of seconds. It was so unexpected that there was a moment's silence all around as she crossed the finishing line.
He was surprised to see a well-dressed man walk to his house. " asked the man. Lawrence introduced himself. "I am from the sports selection committee," continued the stranger. " Lawrence could not believe his luck. This was beyond his wildest expectations. He dropped the fishing net and took the stranger immediately to the competition pool. Lawrence swam the entire stretch alone and the stranger and two of the other sports committee members timed his progress. "You have taken much less time than all the other competitors to swim 100 metres," they said, pleased with his effort.
Ejaz gave the ball to Rajat after six overs with the score at 139 for six. The game was all but over. This time facing him was Sundar, a stylish left-hander. Rajat bowled a straight ball. Expecting it to turn, Sundar went on the back foot. He missed the line and was rapped on the pad. " yelled Rajat and the umpire's finger went up. Next was Peter, an all-rounder. Rajat now bowled a googly. This was one delivery he had practised very hard. Peter stepped back to square-cut. The ball turned sharply, kissed the outer edge and was eagerly gobbled up by Ejaz at the second slip.
15 Sports Stories - CBT by Edited by Geeta Menon