It appears that well-known personalities across the professional spectrum have enthusiastically responded to Union MoS for Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Rathore's #5MinuteAur initiative. The latest person to do so is ace boxer Mary Kom.
Kom has applauded Col Rathore's initiative and quoted American professional surfer Bethany Hamilton to encourage the participants in the challenge.
Kom became the first female pugilist to win six gold medals in the history of the World Boxing Championships in November 2018. She surpassed Irish Boxer Katie Tayor's record of five golds and a bronze in the competition. The Indian boxing legend scripted history at the World Boxing Championships after she won her record-equaling sixth gold medal at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in New Delhi.
The #5MinuteAur initiative talks about how kids ask their parents and teachers for more time to play when they are asked to study. Inviting the new age to participate in the #5MinuteAur initiative, Rajyavardhan Rathore has asked them to share their stories with the world in order to extend support for the voices of the young athletes.
While the sport can be a challenge for many, Col Rathore nailed it, playing with both of his hands at the same time while issuing the challenge. His 'hand-eye coordination', despite concentrating on sending the message, is unreal, to say the least. Along with the video, he posted a message which read.