The Mahbubabad native, who currently trains at Vijayawada, Sukanya’s shot to fame is that she is the first lambada girl from the two Telugu-speaking States to take to the sport as a career option.
A late entrant to weightlifting, she has shown a natural dexterity for it, which gets evidenced by the silver finish in the first Telangana Junior State Weightlifting Championship at Khammam in December 2014, the year she took to the sport, full-fledged.
She has come a long way in these four years, a period in which she won several medals along the way. The career rise achieved its international icing on the cake when she beat competition from hundreds of contenders from all over the world to win an envious silver medal in the 15th International Women Weightlifting Grand Prix that concluded in the Spanish city of Tenerife. Her coming Goal is to win a gold medal in coming Olympics.
The girl’s family is hard-pressed when it comes to travels abroad.
VT Seva has recognized this lifter’s proven potential and rise to the occasion by pitching in with timely assistance given the meteoric rise of this tribal girl so that Sukanya can stay focused on weightlifting and earn global fame for India.
VT Seva has been providing financial help since 5 months at Rs 30000 to keep herself fit for winning gold medals in National and international levels.