Have a killer instinct to win in sports: CV Anand, Police Commissioner, Hyderabad Police


Hyderabad, July 16, 2022….. The Yachting Association of India (YAI) Monsoon Regatta
hosted by the Telangana Sailing Association which began on 12th July concluded on
Saturday Evening
Mr CV Anand, Police Commissioner of Hyderabad was Chief Guest and presented trophies
and medals to the winners.
Speaking on the occasion Mr Anand confessed honestly that he never knew that such facility
existed. I thought everything is operated from Sailing Club side. Kudos to Mr Suheim Sheikh
for building up such a huge and brilliant facility and successfully driving it forward for the
past 13 years. And what is so appreciable is grooming kids from marginalized backgrounds
as a professional sailor and transforming their lives, he said
Speaking further Mr Anand added that every sport has some techniques and please master
those techniques he told the young sailors.
I am a sportsman myself. I have become a police officer by mistake, I love to be a
sportsman, Mr Anand told 200 plus audience comprised of sailors, officers and parents.
You should have a killer instinct. That is the only way forward. And you must improve your
performance every day. We Indians are high on skills but low on strength. Build your
stamina, he told them
It is ruthless to say that you play to win. But what is is use in spending time and not winning
the medals. You must excel. You need not adopt wrong ways to win. But winning matters. It
paves way for many things.

The city is known for many sports personnel like Sania, Saina, Sindhu and many such players.
Aim big and achieve. It is possible to aim Olympics abd win Mr CV Anand told.
I recently picked up a new sport Golf. I put a target to myself to excel in next six months and
win a trophy.
The closing and awards presentation ceremony was graced by Suheim Sheikh, President of
Yacht Club of Hyderabad.
Lt.Gen KS Rao the President ot the Telangana Sailing Association; Capt Manish Sen and
others also graced.
The Monsoon Regatta is in its 13th edition and one of the most competitive ranking
nationals for the under 15 sub junior fleet.
The top seeds Eklavya Batham boys and Divyanshi Mishra girls are from Bhopal just
returned from the World championships at Turkey and hit the waters of Hussain Sagar.
Local talent and No.2 seeded girl Tanuja Kameshwar and Daniel Rajkumar from the boys
fleet participated.
About 70 participants participate md from across the country while a major proportion of
the sailors were from Telangana.
“13 years on a trot with no gaps is a matter of pride for Telangana to conduct a National
Ranking Regatta”, said Lt.Gen KS Rao the President of the Telangana Sailing Association
The winners of the Regatta include Optimist Champion for Girls Gold Medal was bagged by
Divyanshi Mishra from NSS Bhopal.
The Gold for boys for the same category was bagged by Shashank Batham from NSS Bhopal.
Lahari Kommaravelly and Shaban Kumar Dhoki we’re adjudged as the Overaall Optimist
Greenfleet Champion in girls and boys.
Overall Optimist Trophy Champion in Girls and Boys winners were Divyanshi Mishra abd
Shashank Batham respectively.

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Ekalavya Batham was decorated with Shri SH Babu Overall Trophy for Optimist Champion
without Discard