The Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Programme seeks to Identtfy young, talented athletes, who have the potential to be catalysts of change for Indian sport. Through the Programme, Rahul Dravid and his team of experts personally mentor and advlse the selected athletes at k.ey phases In thelr sporting journeys, and offer speclfic and meaningful support to thelr young careers, attemptIng to create environments conducive to their success.
The Para Champions Programme was instituted to bring structure, planning and vision to the Indian Paralympic movement. As a first step it seeks to support some of india's elite differently-abled athletes on their Paralympic journeys.
The Programme is currently supporting 15 elite differently-abled Indian sportspersons. We believe that their achievements are outstanding and that their stories need to be told across the country and around the world.
The GoSports team has been able to understand every personal need of its athletes, and have tailored interventions in accordance with the same.
GoSports Foundation has worked closely with young, emerging athletes from a multitude of sporting disciplines and varied social backgrounds, and built a knowledge-sharing platform to help young athletes learn from top experts in their ﬁeld.The Athletes education Programme Is a holistic programme that Imparts essential life skills and sports science knowledge to help produce Smarter Athletes for Tomorrow!
In addition, the Programme also Incorporates sessions for Coaches and Parents to enable them to respond better to the needs of young athletes.
GoSports Foundation is the Official Knowledge Partner to the BCCI’s Education Programme For Cricketers. Through this programme, Foundation is developing, designing and implementing various initiatives for their well-being, welfare and professional growth.
The Sports Law and Policy Centre is a collaboration between GoSports Foundation and law firm LawNK. It comprises a group of professionals with extensive knowledge of and experience working in the sports ecosystem in India. The Centre aims to provide the relevant legal infrastructure and to provide a forum for study, analysis and understanding of the subject. In December 2016, SLPC launched a policy brief which can be read here. In July 2017, the SLPC also released a report on the 10 reforms in Indian sport administration which can be found here.