Time of Sports: the Game Begins...
From getting rejected to play in a corporate football tournament to organizing a corporate cup later and currently building an ecosystem of ‘Sports for all’ with a vision of a ‘Fit Nation,’ Yashraj Singh and his team at TIMEOF SPORTS has come a long way from where it all began in 2013. Today, Time Of Sports provides consultancy services to the sports and fitness sector, conduct sports and fitness related talks and host proprietary like NCR Games, Corp warriors, and Indian Fitness Festival. This year they are bringing the World’s Largest STEM Based Technology Challenge, F1 in Schools to India. F1 in Schools is an international STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) competition for school children (aged 9-19), wherein groups of 3-6 students design and...
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