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For sport climber Sushirani, marriage is not an obstacle to carry forward her passion for climbing

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Imphal, June 30: Life is adventure and sport climbing is my passion to enjoy the nature, said young mountaineer Ph Sushirani Devi.
In an interview with a representative of Imphal Times, the 25-years-old climber who hails from Nongada Makha Leikai under Imphal East district informed that she started her rock and sport climbing career in the year 2005.
“I was inspired by Shantirani, the international mountaineers as well as eminent rock and sport climber”, she said.
Interestingly, Sushirani, who entered wedlock last year, is still pursuing her passion of exploring the nature and adventurous sports across the world through rock and sport climbing. Currently, based in Bangalore, the climber is working as Outward Bound Trainer and Adventure Guide all over the country. She has been helping multiple organizations in designing and executing various training programs on adventurous sports and sports climbing.
“To me personal life and career are two different entities, it should never be mixed up. Marriage is never an impediment to professional career, rather it helps in knowing the meaning of life better. However, co-operation and motivation of my husband Yendrembam Subhashchandra Singh made me to pursue my profession further after marriage,” she said, when asked about her post-marriage life.
Along with this she also started mountaineering from the year 2006 and completed an advance mountaineering course from Himalayan Mountaineering Institute, Darjeeling.
In the year 2009 Sushirani secured 2nd place in Natural Bouldering and 3rd place in Indoor Bouldering in the 6th Open International Artificial and Natural Bouldering Competition organized by Girivihar, in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Recently, she also placed 3rd (women bouldering) in the All India Open Artificial Bouldering Competition held in Sikkim.
She is also a recipient of Rajkumari Sanatombi Devi Award, 2007 for outstanding performance in the field of mountaineering and sport climbing.

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Bharat JV June 30, 2016 - 2:51 pm

Hats off to Sushi for all the dedication and passion for sport , she is a champion…??

Shanti and Subhash ….. credit equally goes to both of u for inspiring and support her…cheers guys.

Konthoujam Sunilkumar July 2, 2016 - 6:00 am

God is always with you, and so do i , carry on explore the world at your best as u can and be safed. Lets show the world that manipuri womens can do far beyond after marriaged.


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