Saina Nehwal, supported by OGQ won the Thaihot China Open Super Series Premier tournament. She beat junior world number one Akane Yamaguchi of Japan 21-12, 22-20 in the final. Saina started the tournament with a hard fought 3 game victory over Sayaka Takahashi of Japan in the first round. She then beat 3 Chinese players on the way to the ...read more..
Olympic Gold Quest announces Saif Ali Khan as brand ambassador
6th October 2014
Not for Profit organisation Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) co founded by sports legends Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone, today announced National award winning actor Saif Ali Khan as their brand ambassador.
"It has always been the dream of OGQ to involve all Indians in our mission to help Indian athletes ...read more..
Olympic Gold Quest award for boxer Sarita Devi
Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ) supporters announced an award of Rs. 10 lakhs for boxer Sarita Devi. This award was announced by supporters of OGQ for the courage and grit that she displayed in the boxing ring at the Asian Games in Incheon. In addition to this, OGQ also announced an increase of Rs. ...read more..
Legendary MC Mary Kom, supported by OGQ, defeated Shekerbekova Zhaina of Kazakhstan in the womens flyweight (51 kg) final to win Indias seventh gold medal at the Asian Games 2014. Mary was pushed on the back foot in the first round and despite her efforts she lost the round on scorecards of all 3 judges.
The 2012 London Olympics bronze medalist ...read more..
Jitu Rai wins Silver at the Shooting World Championships 2014
Jitu Rai, supported by OGQ won a Silver medal in the 50 m Free Pistol event at the Shooting World Championships in Granada, Spain. He also won a 2016 Rio Olympics quota place for India. 27 year old Jitu, in the form of his life shot a score of 565/600 to ...read more..
We are a a non-profit organization co-founded by sports legend Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone with a mission to help Indian athletes win olympic Gold Medals. At the London 2012 Olympics, 4 out of the 6 medal winners (viz. Vijay Kumar, Gagan Narang, Saina Nehwal and Mary Kom) were supported by us.