Blind Cricket profile: Sukhram Majhi
Sukhram Majhi is a 20-year-old athlete who has won many medals in running and high jump. His seniors in school inspired him to take up blind cricket.
Born in 1996, Sukhram is from Odisha and is currently in his second year of college.
Sukhram got his first chance to play in a state tournament in school 2005. His first international tournament was also in 2005 against Pakistan.
He is a B3, or partially sighted category player who won the Man of the Series title five times and many Man of the Match awards.
His biggest inspiration is his school teacher who motivated him to pursue cricket as a career.
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