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The Million Dollar Arm was launched in November 2007 to discover the fastest arm in India (also known as IND) Flag of India.svg (for males between 15-25) and nurture their development to become the first Indian to play professional baseball in the United States (also known as USA) Flag of the United States.svg. Approximately 30k kids participated in the first contest which was held across 30 stops in India. The finals were held in Mumbai. The entire contest-from the qualifiers to the finals- was telecast on Zee Sports.

Rinku Singh was the winner of the contest. Dinesh Kumar Patel was the first runner-up. They are both currently training at the RDRBI Institute located at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

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India (also known as IND) Flag of India.svg and Pakistan (also known as PAK) Flag of Pakistan.svg are rivals and have played cricket at neutral venues in recent years, but have not resumed bilateral tours since a terror attack at Mumbai in November 2008, when 10 militants from Pakistan (also known as PAK) Flag of Pakistan.svg laid siege to the financial capital, killing 166 people.

Pakistan (also known as PAK) Flag of Pakistan.svg was originally scheduled to be among four co-hosts of the 2011 Cricket World Cup, but was stripped of the rights after a terrorist attack on the Sri Lanka (also known as SRI) Flag of Sri Lanka.svg team's convoy en route to a test match at Lahore in March, 2009. Gunmen killed six policemen and a van driver in the team convoy, and injured several Sri Lanka (also known as SRI) Flag of Sri Lanka.svg players and officials.[1]

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India swimmers and the Olympics, https://www.espn.com/olympics/swimming/story/_/id/30972568/how-top-us-trainer-g-sokolovas-aiming-change-indian-swimming

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