Rana Singh is the Owner of Mirage Indian Restaurant and the Proprietor of Director of Glasgow Fitness Gym. Rana started Karate at the age of 15 and then took up wrestling for 1 year. He started Taekwondo at the age of 20 and won his first bronze medal. Today, he has won over 70 medals, including multiple gold medals at the English Championship and also the European Championship. In 2010 he won the overall trophy at the European Championship along with 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal at the World Championship. In 2014 he represented Scotland and won 1 gold and 2 bronze medals at the World Championship.

Raj Hundal was six when he began playing on his cousin’s snooker table and developed a real passion for the game. From there, he began playing in handicapped events at 10 and had his first “century break” when he was 13. Hundal became of the UK’s top junior snooker players and made the natural progression into 9-ball when he sighted a poster for an upcoming event. Playing with a snooker cue and a house stick, he ended up taking third place. His game steadily improved, and soon made a name for himself as one of the top 9-ballers in Britain. In the World Pool Championships in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, he was matched up with one of the toughest players in the world, Chin-Shun Yang, in Yang’s hometown, and won.