Sports Excellence
For All

We train children from the tribal and underserved communities to develop their untapped sporting potential

We work in few of the most backward communites/tribes in India to provide them with the opportunity to train, excel and have a career in sports. To give their sporting talent an equal chance to overcome all barriers and rise above.

Coaching underserved communities

We are creating an inclusive grassroots eco-system by sustainably providing sports training for children between 8 – 18 years, with a rigoursly structured curricullum.


PATANG stands for Planning Athletic Training and Nurturing Grassroots Development. We have developed our operational effeciency through gamification – and are able train the children for just – 99 INR/month/child.

BoS Academy

Only the best talent – who are within 20% of international and national records, discovered through Patang – are enrolled into BoS Academy. They go through a curated Athlete Pathway – which supports their journey to excellence.

India’s first time-based grassroots league

Kites rise against, not with the wind

With this motto, we inspire every such child who is deprived of opportunities and guidance to strive to achieve their full potential and elevate their sport. PATANG community sports league provides an equal opportunity to the children of backward communities to develop and compete against the best.


By 2020 we will be training 100,000 tribal children from the states of Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh
and Odhisa to make India, one of the powerhouses in athletics

community coaches


Student Recognitions


Indian States
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Over the last 12 months, our work has been recognized and backed by these organizations.

Book A Smile, Ketto
Deshpande Foundation's Sandbox Samvidha
N/Core, Nudge Foundation

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