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Reliance Foundation Youth Sport’s Football 2022-2023 season will reach out to 33000+ students, with 2400+ teams across schools and colleges set to participate
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Reliance Foundation Youth Sport’s Football 2022-2023 season will reach out to 33000+ students, with 2400+ teams across schools and colleges set to participate

Mumbai, 20th October: Reliance Foundation’s, the CSR arm of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL), ongoing 2022-23 Football season of Reliance Foundation Youth Sports (RFYS), with country-wide, multi-sport programs for school and college athletes with a host of initiatives designed to give Indian grassroots football a major boost. This year RFYS is collaborating with ISL clubs, state federations, and partners in conducting school and college-level competitions in football with expected participation from over 33,000+ athletes and 2,400+ teams from across the country bringing students #BackonthePitch. This season with the resumption of a full calendar, there will be an increased focus on giving exposure to greater no. of quality games to the top teams, while also looking at multiple other initiatives to grow the ecosystem.

GOLD MEDALS, A NR & PBs: RF ODISHA HPC ATHLETES SPARKLE
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GOLD MEDALS, A NR & PBs: RF ODISHA HPC ATHLETES SPARKLE

Athletes from the Reliance Foundation Odisha Athletics High Performance Centre (HPC), based at the Kalinga stadium in Bhubaneswar, gave further evidence of their exceptional progress at the Federation Cup in Calicut, Kerala earlier this week. Three of the ten athletes from the HPC that participated at the meet – Amlan Borgohain, Jyothi Yarraji and Siddhanth Thingalaya returned with Gold medals, while another, Moumita Mondal won a silver. Several other athletes from the HPC recorded Personal Bests (PBs) and a couple narrowly missed out on medals, giving coach Head Coach James Hillier plenty of reason to be proud of his wards, while ruing the missed opportunities that could have delivered a higher medal count.

Reliance Foundation Development League to start from April 15th
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Reliance Foundation Development League to start from April 15th

Mumbai, April 7, 2022: Seven clubs from the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) will be joined by a team from Reliance Foundation Young Champs (RFYC) for the inaugural Reliance Foundation Development League (RFDL) in Goa from April 15 to May 12, it was announced today. Bengaluru FC, Chennaiyin FC, FC Goa, Jamshedpur FC, Kerala Blasters FC, Mumbai City FC and Hyderabad FC have confirmed their participation for this first of its kind initiative in India that will provide a unique opportunity for emerging players to compete against the best talent in their age group from across the country.

“VIBRANT, ENERGISING ENVIRONMENT”: RELIANCE FOUNDATION ODISHA ATHLETICS HPC HEAD COACH REFLECTS ON GAINS FROM PERFORMANCE GRADED RACE SERIES
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“VIBRANT, ENERGISING ENVIRONMENT”: RELIANCE FOUNDATION ODISHA ATHLETICS HPC HEAD COACH REFLECTS ON GAINS FROM PERFORMANCE GRADED RACE SERIES

Athletes from the Reliance Foundation Odisha Athletics High Performance Centre (HPC) produced a remarkable 17 Personal Best (PB) timings at the finale of the Performance Graded Race series held at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar last week. The unique concept of Performance Graded Races, introduced by HPC Head Coach James Hillier, is a significant departure from practice. It features athletes competing against each other entirely on the basis of their timings, irrespective of age or sex.

‘EXTREMELY INSPIRATIONAL’: CM NAVEEN PATNAIK’S VISIT PROVIDES BOOST OF CONFIDENCE AT RELIANCE FOUNDATION ODISHA ATHLETICS HPC
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‘EXTREMELY INSPIRATIONAL’: CM NAVEEN PATNAIK’S VISIT PROVIDES BOOST OF CONFIDENCE AT RELIANCE FOUNDATION ODISHA ATHLETICS HPC

Bhubaneswar, February 22: Odisha Chief Minister Shri Naveen Patnaik interacted with athletes from the Reliance Foundation Odisha Athletics High Performance Centre (HPC) during his recent visit to the Kalinga Stadium to inspect the progress of the ongoing construction of the indoor track facility. The HPC, a collaborative effort of the Odisha Government and Reliance Foundation, began operations in 2019 and 50 athletes are currently training at the Centre. Mr Patnaik expressed the hope that the indoor facility will be a "major boost for the development of athletics in India and will become a hub to create champions in the coming years” and wished athletes from the HPC the very best for the future.

Reliance Foundation Youth Sports inspiring a sports revolution in India

Reliance Foundation Youth Sports is a country-wide, multi-sport platform for school and college athletes. The platform was established to encourage a sporting culture in schools and colleges and to enable India’s next champions.

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