Kiran Shankar More (born 4 September 1962) was the wicket keeper for the Indian Cricket team from 1984 to 1993. He was the Chairman of the Selection Committee of the BCCI till Dilip Vengsarkar took over the job in 2006..
Uday Sane, one of the greatest badminton player, was Hon. Sec. of Poona District Metropolitan badminton Association & Hon. President of Badminton for India Technical Officials Association. Currently he is a proprietor at USM industries.
Vece Paes was a former Indian hockey midfielder, who represented the Indian team in 1972 Munich Olympics, and won a Bronze medal. He is the father of Indian tennis player Leander Paes and also a doctor in sports medicine.
Manoj Pingle (Born: Oct 22, 1967), is an Olympic level boxer and an Arjun awardee. He has represented India in 1988 Seoul Olympics. He currently coaches young upcoming boxers and is a known face in the boxing circuit.
Ronak Pandit (Born. April 4, 1985) is an Indian Shooter. He won a Gold medal in Men’s 25m Standard Pistol (Pairs) at 2006 Commonwealth games. He believes sports can help a person excel at studies and studies help a person excel at sports. With this endeavor, Ronak plans to give something back to the sport..
Sandeep Kirtane (born 27th october 1973) is an Arjuna awardee. He was an excellent former Tennis player and has played for Davis Cup.
Sunandan Lele a member of LAKSHYA’s Management Committee, is a cricketer first and a journalist later. He is the consulting sports editor of IBN-Lokmat TV News Channel and sports consultant for Sakal Group. He has also worked as a freelancer for BBC Radio and ABC Radio (Australia) for over five years. As a sports journalist, he covers all the cricket tours of the Indian Cricket team.
Kamlesh Mehta (born 1 May 1960) is a retired Indian table tennis player. He is an Arjun awardee and former table tennis champion. In March 2017, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports (Government of India), appointed him as the national observer for table tennis.
Pawan Singh was an Indian National Level rifle shooter before he transitioned into coaching. Currently he is the Assistant Coach of the Indian shooting team. Pawan also has significant experience and expertise in the field of equipment control. He was in the JURY of Equipment Control for Commonwealth Games 2010. He was previously the coach of Indian Shooting team and has won many accolades for his work.
Mahendra Gokhale (born 6 October 1967) was an Indian Cricketer. He was a right-handed batsman and a right-arm off-break bowler who played for Maharashtra. Gokhale made a single first-class appearance for the side, during the 1998-99 season, against Orissa. In the only innings in which he batted, he scored 8 not out. Gokhale bowled 20 overs in the match, conceding 67 runs and taking 8 wickets. He is now a fitness trainer for the pro kabaddi team puneri paltan. He was also the fitness trainer of Mumbai Indians in the first season of 2008-09.