Indian Track Foundation
Putting the country’s athletic future on the fast track
About The Project
A grassroots athletics program that will find and nurture talent for the remotest parts of the country to become world-class professional athletes.
The India Track Foundation was started in 20XX with the aim to find and nurture talented children from the most inaccessible parts of India, and enable them to have a future in professional, competitive athletics.
We work with these children, who are often illiterate, malnourished and untrained, to provide them with the training, support and infrastructure they need to make the best of their natural talent.
Karan Singh is the head coach of the India Track Foundation and runs the effort with a single-minded goal - Nurture talent from underserved communities to win medals for India at the 2028 Olympics and beyond.
Coach Karan has trained and completed at Eugene, Oregon Track Town U.S.A and is a national level middle-distance runner. He’s had experience in working with world-class sports medicine specialists throughout his career.
and Sports Therapy
National / State
"KCT has played an instrumental role for various activities at ITF and they are a key partner for our cause. I really appreciate their genuine approach and involvement towards our program to create impact.
We will be forever grateful to KCT for showing confidence in our project and mission. They have been a constant source of support in our journey"
- Karan Singh, Head Coach, Indian Track Foundation
From L to R:
Walter Kandulna, Asim Panna, Patras Barla, Basanti Barla, Aakancha Kerketta,
Indrani Oraon, Salni Lakra, Haribhajan Singh, Amit Oraon, Chani Kerketta,
Nitu Samad, Pratigya Panna, Prince Topno, Prakash Bhangra