Excellent Achievers

K. M. Beenamol (Athletics-2003) Khel Ratna & Arjuna Awardee

Kalayathumkuzhi Mathews Beenamol, popularly known as K M Beenamol (born 15 August 1975, Kombidinjal, a village in Kerala,India) is an international athlete from India. She became the third Indian woman to reach an Olympics semi-final since P. T. Usha(1984 LA Olympics in 400m Hurdles, Shiny Wilson in 800m in 1984 LA Olympics.[1] Until she won the first heat at the Sydney Olympics 2000, Beenamol was largely unknown. She won the gold medal in women's 800m and the 4 400 m women's relay in the2002 Asian Games held at Busan. Beenamol also made history with her brother K. M. Binu, when they became the first Indian siblings to win medals in a major international competition. Binu won a silver medal in men's 800m race. She was a joint winner of India's highest sporting honour, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in the year 2002-2003 along with Anjali Ved Pathak Bhagwat. In 2004, she was awarded the Padma Shri.

K. C. Elamma (Volleyball-1975)

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Jimmy George (Volleyball-1976)

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Angel Mary Joseph (Athletics-1978)

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M. B. Suresh Babu (Athletics-1979)

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Shiny Abraham (Athletics-1984)

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P. J. Joseph (Power Lifting-1984)

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Wilson Cherian (Swimming-1988)

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Mercy Kuttan (Athletics-1989)

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K. Udayakumar (Volleyball-1991)

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Omanakumari (Hockey-1998)

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Padmini Thomas (Athletics-1996)

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George Thomas (Badminton - 1999)

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Binu K. M. (Athletics-2006)

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Jenil Krishnan (Rowing-2004)

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K. J. Kapil Dev (Volleyball-2010)

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Saji Thomas (Rowing-2014)

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Robert Bobby George (Athletics-2003) Dronacharya Award

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D. Chandralal (Boxing-2006) Dronacharya Award

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