The man who marked India throughout the world in olympics & multiple other events.
In Rome Olympics, 1960, he finished 4th yet he was applauded by all.
He may have missed the bronze but he consistently outdid himself in that event
He clocked 47.6 seconds in the first heat and then 47.6, 45.9 and 45.73.
This stayed as India’s National record for almost 40 years.
The lesson learnt
“DON’T STOP AFTER YOU’VE DONE YOUR BEST”