InspirationalStoriesTrending

Meet India’s Armless Cyclist, Jagwinder Singh He Has Won Many Medals Despite Having No Arms

He Is Also Known As The Super Singh Of India

Armless Cyclist Jagwinder Singhvia
7.42KViews

People with differently-abled body have to work harder. Moreover, it is considered that it is impossible for them to achieve their dreams. However, time after time we see new examples that inspire everyone. This time a differently abled man from Pattran, Punjab is been inspiring everyone with his efforts and will. He is the Armless cyclist.

 

The Armless Cyclist

Armless Cyclist Jagwinder Singh
via

India’s Armless cyclist Jagwinder Singh is also known as super Singh because he has done something that others could not. Jagwinder was born with Amelia, a birth defect that causes the limbs to tuck. However, the disability could not resist him from achieving his dreams. Now he is an adroit cyclist and has won many medals. It is surprising to see how a man without arms can ride the cycle with such an ease. Let us see how he became the armless cyclist despite being differently abled.

 

This Is How He Learned Cycling

Armless Cyclist Jagwinder Singh
via

Recalling his memory, Jagwinder Singh said, “When I was in eighth class, my parents bought a cycle for my sister. She was afraid of falling from it that I was not. I wanted to learn how to ride it. Everyone said that it is impossible to ride without having arms. I started learning by myself and made gradual progress. In the beginning, I would make the half rotation of the pedals and later I learned to do complete pedaling.  This gave me a new hope and changed my life completely.”

 

“I Have Learnt From Falling Down”

Armless Cyclist Jagwinder Singh
via

While riding the cycle he used to keep the pace high as a result he fell down from the cycle a lot of times. He says, “I have learned from falling down. Every time I fell down I get up and learned something new”. Furthermore, he has completed the Patiala’s 212 Kilometer long cyclothon in just 9 minutes and 15 seconds.

 

He Is Also A Drawing Teacher

Armless Cyclist Jagwinder Singh
via

Apart from this, he is also a drawing teacher in a local school in Pattran. Since an early age, he started using his legs to draw. His legs grew accustomed to that and now he can draw with his legs. Moreover, he also does the cooking by using his legs.

 

The Armless Cyclist

Having a differently-abled body didn’t stop this Indian from winning many medals, honours and pursuing his dream! #OMGIndia

Posted by HISTORY on Wednesday, 4 July 2018

 

The 26-year old Armless- Cyclist Jagwinder Singh is an inspiration to everyone. He has stated that if you have the will to achieve your goals, nothing can stop you. What do you think about this? Let us know your opinions in the comments below. Also, check the inspirational stories of the Indian celebs that defeated cancer.

Ravi Dabas
the authorRavi Dabas
A literature student, horror movies lover, laconic speaker, a Muay Thai practitioner, full-time hustler and part-time writer and poet.