Car Nicobar, March 13: The ongoing Hero Asian Cycling Championship at Delhi has seen yet another superb performance of the Islands star cyclist Deborah. A resident of the Kakana village of Car Nicobar, Deborah demonstrated her skills and commitment to perfection and bagged silver medal for the country. Soon after the news reached to her village, jubilations started on her achievement. People started greeting each other with sweets. One young Engineer of the village Mr. Great Heart told the reporter, that Deborah made us feel proud. He said that the story of Deborah is the story of sheer determination and hard work. Being optimistic, he said that the best is yet to come from the immensely talented cyclist.

Mr. Samuel Edward, the son of the legendary Ex- Captain of the Kakana Late Shri Edward Kuchart, said that the Tsunami Survivor girl has emerged as Champion, leaving behind the miserable dreadful past of her childhood days. He informed that on Sunday Deborah’s grandmother died at Kakana, whom she loved so much. But she didn’t let the grief to put her down, rather she made it her strength, for the crucial final which was scheduled on Monday against the mighty Korean opponent. Playing for the country is the proudest moment for any Sportsperson, and she too had to do justice with her responsibility, Samuel said.

The Cycling coach Mr. Suvendhu Sen Gupta is very much impressed with her show in this prestigious Championship. He told that that cyclist has been very consistent in her performance. She made her presence felt, clinching medals in all the last Championships, she played. The Country got to know about her when she created history by setting a new record in the National Cycling Championship held in December last year. Calling her a fearless cyclist he said that the girl is a find of the Sport Authority of India, when her talent was spotted in the Inter School Athletic meet held at Car Nicobar in 2010. She was very considerate to learn the skills in the training programs conducted by the SAI.  Sen Gupta is hopeful that the girl will get the Islanders many such joyous occasions with her outstanding performance in the championships to come.