When three Olympic champions Fehaid Aldeehani, Vincent Hancock and Peter Wilson, engaged in conversation, navigated by Commonwealth Games champion Moraad Ali Khan, it was a spell-binding experience.
It was not just a talk about the success story. It gave an insight into how they pursued their golden dream and the other side of their lives, without sports being a part of it.
It was the concept of Happy Times, initiated by Amit Bhalla, vice-president, Manav Rachna Educational Institutions, that brought the champions together on the video platform, from Kuwait, Britain and the US, connecting them to world-wide audience.
The former World No.1 and Asian Games gold medallist, Ronjan Sodhi, who was being teased by Wilson, the London Games gold medallist, about their training together in Italy before the Olympics, jokingly asked Fehaid, the commando expert with his military background, about…