Parduman Singh Brar
Parduman Singh Brar (15 October 1927 – 22 March 2007) was an Indian athlete who focused on shooting and discus throwing events. He was one of the few Indians to win many medals at the Asian Games.
Brar was India’s national champion in the shot put and discus throwing events in the 1950s. He won his first national shooting event in Madras in 1958 and won the national disc-rolling events in 1954, 1958, and 1959. At the 1954 Asian Games in Manila, he won gold medals in shot put and discus throwing events, thus becoming an athlete. the first athlete in Asia to achieve a feat. He went on to play in the 1958 Asian Games in Tokyo, winning gold in the shot put and bronze event in the discus throwing event. In his last appearance in 1962 in Jakarta, he won a silver medal in the discus throw, thus completing his five-time medal at three Asian sporting events. He was awarded the Arjuna Award by the Government of India in 1999 in recognition of his contribution to Indian sport.
Davinder Singh Kang
Davinder Singh Kang (born December 18, 1988) is an Indian track and field athlete who participates in a javelin throwing event. Kang won a bronze medal at the 2017 Asian Athletics Championships by throwing 83.29m. At the 2017 World Athletics Championships in August 2017, he became the first Indian to qualify for the World Athletics Championships final with 84.22m, which is the seventh best mark in a qualifying round.
Gurmeet Kaur Rai
Gurmeet Kaur Rai (born June 20, 1970) is a retired Indian javelin thrower. He set the record straight (58.64 meters) on 17 July 2000 at a meeting in Bangalore, which was a national record until 2014, when he was beaten by Annu Rani.
Gurmeet Kaur represented the country at international javelin competitions and was a member of the Indian team at the Sydney Olympics in 2000. She was unable to participate in the 2004 Olympics due to the untimely death of her husband. He is also an employee of India’s largest insurance company, Life Insurance Corporation, and was an assistant to the Chief Executive Officer at LIC New Delhi.
Khushbir Kaur (born July 9, 1993) is an Indian athlete and runner of 12 miles [20 km].  He started to shine after winning the bronze medal in the 10,000-meter (6.2 mi) marathon at the 2012 Asian Junior Athletics Championships in Colombo, Sri Lanka. She participated in the 2013 World Championships in the 20 km race. He used 1:34:28 and finished in 39th place. At the 2014 Asian Travel Championships in Japan, she finished third with a time of 1:33:37 and improved her national record.  She became the first Indian woman to win a silver medal in the Asian Games. In 2017, he won the Arjuna Award after his successive success at international sports events. Khushbir Kaur is supported by the Anglian Medal-Hunt Company.
Praveen Kumar Sobti
Praveen Kumar Sobti (6 December 1947 – 7 February 2022) was an Indian hammer thrower, film actor, politician, and soldier with the Border Security Force. At the age of 20, he joined the then Border Security Force which had recently expanded the Border Security Force where he attracted the attention of his officials with his athletic skills and represented India at various “Discus throw” athletics events. As an athlete, he won four medals at the Asian Games, including two gold medals, won a silver medal at the Commonwealth Games, and competed in two Olympics. As an actor, he starred in more than 50 Hindi films and starred in the famous actor “Bheem” by B.R. The Chopra Mahabharat television series aired in 1988. As a politician, he ran for the 2013 Delhi Legislative elections with a ticket from the Aam Aadmi Party but was defeated. Later, in 2014, he joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Ravinder Singh Khaira
Ravinder Singh Khaira (born 19 March 1986) is an Indian javelin thrower. She represented India at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.
Ravinder Singh Khaira was born on March 19, 1986, in Rampura, Bhatinda district in Punjab, India. His father Hardeep Singh Khaira is a physical education teacher who played a key role in his son taking sports as a career choice. He took up volleyball early and competed in regional and national competitions. However, in 2005, Ravinder decided to throw a spear and began to exercise. In 2008, she moved to Melbourne, Australia, to be trained under the best institutions and enrolled at the Victoria Institute of Sports. He also worked as a part-time taxi driver for a Diploma in Automotive.
Ajmer Singh (1 February 1940 – 26 January 2010) was an Indian athlete who competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics, won a gold medal at the 1966 Asian Games in Bangkok, and later served as Director of Sport, at Punjab University, Chandigarh. 1]
Early life and education
He was born in the family of Jat Sikh farmers of Kartar Singh Aulakh and Bachan Kaur Aulakh, in Kup Kalan village in Sangrur district in Punjab 
He graduated from State College, Malalerkotla, and later did a Bachelor of Physical Education (B.P.E.] at Lakshmibai National College of Physical Education, Gwalior. This was followed by an M.A. from Punjab University, Chandigarh, and finally, his Ph.D. from Punjab Chandigarh University 
Ajmer Singh is the only Indian State Ph.D. in Physical Education with a State accreditation. Indian with Arjuna award. He was a self-made man who came from a very humble background and remained a humble man all his life, a skilled guide, a great coach and teacher, a zealous counselor, a strong chastisement, and a warmhearted man with a home and a home. always open to others, and a very good family man.
Arpinder Singh (born 30 December 1992) is a three-time Indian jumper. You have won a gold medal at the 2018 Asian Games. He also won a bronze medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
In June 2014, Singh beat his former best of 16.84 meters by jumping 17.17 meters at the 2014 Lucky National Inter-State Championships. In this program, he broke the previous national record held by Renjith Maheshwary and qualified for the 2014 Commonwealth Games where he won a bronze medal. The record was also broken by Maheshwary in 2016. On August 29, 2018, celebrated as National Sports Day in India he won a gold medal in the three-time jumping event in 18 Asian matches.
She walked 16.77 meters to win a gold medal. He became the second Indian player to win this landmark episode. Before him, Mohinder Singh Gill won a gold medal in the triple jump event at the 1970 Bangkok Asian Games.
Dalip Singh Grewal
Dalip Singh Grewal (born 27 April 1899, died between 1971 and 1982) was an Indian track and field athlete who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics and the 1928 Summer Olympics.
He was born in Dolon Kalan, Punjab as Sikh and was the father of Balkrishan Singh. In 1924 he was knocked out of the long jump race and finished in 14th place overall. Four years later he finished 36th in the long jump at the 1928 Olympics.
The late Brigadier Dalip Singh leads the way in becoming the first Sikh to represent India at the Olympics. The 1924 Olympic Games were held in Paris where India sent a team of seven athletes. In this seven-man squad, two Sikhs, Dalip and Parliament play for the first time. The Sikh had missed the bus just four years ago when six Indian athletes competed in the Antwerp Olympics in 1920. Dalip Singh would not have been able to attend the Paris Olympics but thanks to the support and assistance from the late Maharajadhiraj Bhupinder Singh of Patiala. It may be recalled that Dalip Singh apart from being a top athlete was a good hockey player too. When the tracks will be in Lahore (now Pakistan) for the Paris Olympics, Dalip Singh was scheduled to play for the Patiala Tigers, a hockey team. It was here that Maharaja of Patiala realized his worth and helped him take his rightful place in the team of seven athletes. Indeed, the team at that time did not come home, but it is on record that two of the Indian athletes did very well, and one of them was Dalip Singh. In the long jump, she skipped a mark that would have earned her a place in the top six.
Gold Medal – first place 1954 Manila 110 m obstacles
Sarwan Singh (born between 1927 and 1929) was a former Indian athlete who competed in the 110 meters. She won a gold medal at the 1954 Asian Games in Manila at the event. She forgot all her life, allegedly starting to apply before receiving a pension of R1,500 (the US $ 20). Singh is also honored for finding athlete Paan Singh Tomar, during his time as a Naik on the Bengal Engineer team. After retiring in 1970, he drove taxis for almost two decades.
Satinder Singh (born February 7, 1987) is an Indian 400-meter dancer. He is originally from Jalandhar, Punjab, India. She won a gold medal at the 52nd National Inter-state Senior Athletics Championships, 2012 with an excellent time of 49.99 seconds. She won a bronze medal at the 20th Asian Athletic Championship, in 2013.