Inspirational Motivational Quotes For Athletes And Sportsman

Most Famous and beutiful Inspirational Motivational Quotes For Athletes And Sportsman.

“As we look back on an emotional sports history, memories of the most encouraging, brave and genuine sportsmen start to flood the scene.

Emotion in athletics is like sand in the desert, but that’s not what has us craving the next motivational statement, the next enthusiastic leader.

It’s the euphoric speeches that have us enamored, the breathtaking statements that somehow get us riled up and excited for what we now believe is possible.

With just several syllables, many sports icons have cemented their legacies and left a framework for how to lead.

Let’s look back on the 50 most inspirational sports quotes history.

Grab a tissue and several punching bags, it’s about to get feisty in here.”

Inspirational Motivational Quotes For Athletes And Sportsman

“One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than 50 preaching it.”

“Never give up, never give in, and when the upper hand is ours, may we have the ability to handle the win with the dignity that we absorbed the loss.”

“Persistence can change failure into extraordinary achievement.”

“Football doesn’t build character, it reveals character.

An athlete cannot run with money in his pockets. He must run with hope in his heart and dreams in his head
Age is no barrier. It’s a limitation you put on your mind.
Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.
It’s not the will to win that matters—everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters.
Make sure your worst enemy doesn’t live between your own two ears. 
Champions keep playing until they get it right.”

Inspirational Motivational Quotes said by Legends

“If I, being a mother of two, can win a medal, so can you all. Take me as an example and don`t give up.”
Mary Kom, Boxer

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his picture”
– Abhinav Bindra, Indian Shooter

“If we really want to become a good football nation, we need to work at grass-root level, We need to open more academies with top facilities.”
-bhaichung Bhutiya, Football Player

“In the long run, I believe that honesty is definitely the best policy. One can get away by being dishonest for a short team, but ultimately, honesty is what pays.”
– Kapil Dev, Cricketer Player

“If I have a reason to do something, and I have enough passion, I generally succeed.”
– Leander Paes, Tennise Player

“Nobody has seen form. It’s a state of mind where you are confident and you think very positively and everything you think about, It’s about how you treat the mind.”
-M S Dhoni, Cricket Player

“I don’t think there’s any dearth of talent in India, we’ve always had the best juniors in the world.”
– Mahesh Bhupati, Tennis Player

“I would not stop till I had filled up a bucket with my sweat. I would push myself so much that in the end I would collapse and I would have to be admitted to hospital, I would pray to God to save me, promise that I would be more careful in future. And then I would do it all over again.”
– Milkha Singh,Indian track and field sprinter

“I don’t want Indian youngsters to go through what I experienced, hunting for sponsorships and trying to find my way up. Ten years ago, most people would have laughed at the thought of an Indian making it to Formula 1. But I’ve changed that and I believe I’ve paved the way for Indian youngsters. We’re a country of a billion people and I’m sure a lot more racing talent can be found here.”
– Narain Karthikeyan,Formula one Motor Racing Driver

“One needs to plan precisely to be at the peak form during the Olympics. One can’t make the mistake of reaching the peak, a week earlier or a week later.”
– Prakash padukone, Badminton

“When people throw stones at you, you turn them into milestones.”
-Sachin Tendulkar, Cricket

“You can’t let the highs make you feel overconfident nor can you let the lows be a reason to dampen your spirit.”
– Saina Nehwal, Badminton

“Confidence is very important – even pretending to be Confident. If you make a Mistake but do not let your Opponent see what you are thinking then he may overlook the Mistake.
Viswanathan Anand, Chess Player

“No one lives here for ever ! This Land belongs to the Lord ! So make most of the time u spend here ! You have no liability, but just responsibility , for those who are and will follow their journey on this planet .”
― Sushil Kumar, Indian freestyle wrestler

“I delayed my father’s funeral because of cricket”
– Virat Kohli, Cricketer

“Hard work, will power & dedication. For a man with these qualities, sky is the limit.”
– Milkha Singh, Indian track and feild sprinter

“One of the thrills of playing at the top venues of the world is to see the indian flag go up whenever I’m participating. That’s enough motivation for any indian to perform there.”
– Sania Mirza, Tennis Player

“When you see
a good move,
look for a better one.”

Emanuel Lasker

(1868 – 1941, German chess player, mathematician,
and philosopher who was World Chess Champion for 27 years)

“The beauty of a move
lies not in its’ appearance
but in the thought
behind it.”

Aron Nimzowitsch

(1886 – 1935, Russian-born, Danish leading chess master)

“Show me a good
and gracious loser
and I’ll show you
a failure.”

Knute Rockne

(1888 – 1931, former American football player and coach)


“No one ever won
a game by resigning.”

Ksawery Tartakower

(1887 – 1956, also known as Savielly Tartakower,
Polish and French chess grandmaster)

“A champion is someone
who gets up
when he can’t.”

William Harrison “Jack” Dempsey

(1895 – 1983, “The Manassa Mauler”,
American professional boxer and cultural icon of the 1920s)

“Strategy requires thought,
tactics require observation.”

Machgielis “Max” Euwe

(1901 – 1981, Dutch chess Grandmaster)

“You can learn
a line from a win
and a book from a defeat.”

Paul Brown

(1908 – 1991, American football coach)

“Winners never quit
and quitters never win.”

Vince Lombardi

(1913 – 1970, American football coach)

“Aim for the sky
and you’ll reach the ceiling.
Aim for the ceiling
and you’ll stay on the floor.”

Bill Shankly

(1913 – 1981, Scottish footballer and Liverpool manager)

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