Hindustan Times ST (Mumbai) - Brunch - - BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS -

Sunkr­ish Bala, who has ear­lier played Dr Caleb Subramanian on The Walk­ing Dead, is al­ready win­ning hearts for his deft por­trayal of a com­puter an­a­lyst for the NYPD. Since his is one of the most an­tic­i­pated

Ab­hi­nav Bindra: In me­dia in­ter­views, af­ter he missed a medal by a wafer-thin mar­gin, eter­nal bach­e­lor Bindra said he is re­tir­ing from com­pet­i­tive sport. What we found in­ter­est­ing: He may turn his shoot­ing range into a kitchen gar­den, and hear, hear, may set­tle down!

Vi­jen­der Singh: The pugilist­turned pro, the first In­dian Olympic medal win­ner boxer, mar­ried soft­ware engi­neer Ar­chana Singh when he re­turned from the Ara­fura Games in Aus­tralia in 2011. Now, his wife re­port­edly Emerg­ing from hum­ble ori­gins, achiev­ing grt suc­cess but re­main­ing sim­ple unas­sum­ing & God fear­ing: Troy Costa is re­ally ally in­spir­ing

I couldn’t re­sist my­self from read­ing the cover story of @ HTBrunch. Dif­fi­cult to be­lieve how grounded Troy Costa is. Such an in­spi­ra­tion!

Ar­jun Nath’s story is a les­son of life, fit for 5th Sept (teacher’s day). His re­birth is ex­em­plary and

Yo­gesh­war Dutt: When he came home to a rap­tur­ous wel­come af­ter the 2012 Lon­don Olympics, Yogi’s mom, a heart pa­tient, an­nounced in his vil­lage that his son was ready to get mar­ried. Ear­lier this year, he said he’d ful­fil his mother’s long-cher­ished wish af­ter he re­turns from Rio. As sus­pense grows over the chang­ing colour of his up­graded medal, fans are also spec­u­lat­ing if his mar­i­tal sta­tus will change.

Sushil Ku­mar: Af­ter bag­ging a gold in the Delhi Com­mon­wealth Games 2010, the two-time Olympic medal win­ner an­nounced his en­gage­ment with Savi, the daugh­ter of his coach. The cou­ple mar­ried a few months later and are now proud par­ents to twin boys.

Last heard, not­with­stand­ing his sex­ca­pades, even Usain Bolt is con­tem­plat­ing do­mes­tic­ity. Come on Usain! We know you love your cricket back in the Caribbean, but couldn’t you have timed your drive bet­ter and kept your wicket in­tact?

@HTBrunch in­ter­view with @ troy­costa was de­light­ful read­ing. To many of us our hum­ble back­grounds make us who we are. Nice to see him live it

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