Jagroop Singh comes from Punjab, a region of India at the border with Pakistan, the heart of the Indian Sikh community. A few months ago he finished his legal studies at the University of Varanasi, the holiest of the sacred cities of India, and immediately left for Napoli 2019. "In India I had just started working as a lawyer, then the passion for sports, especially for shooting, took over so I left to take part in this Universiade: this is a beautiful experience for me, I'm dealing with communication between the Indian delegation and the Organizing Committee. It is my first time in Naples, I haven’t had the chance to visit the city yet but it looks beautiful. I will probably visit it tomorrow if I have some spare time, I would like to study the Neapolitan culture - he continues – in order to understand more about Italian culture and to show something more of the Indian one. Events like the Universiade are interesting also for the cultural exchange created among the participants coming from all over the world. These events can also be an occasion to promote peace between countries in conflict. From this point of view, sports can be an instrument to overcome misunderstandings". "As soon as I come back to my Country - he concludes - I will suggest my friends doing this experience as volunteers. Meanwhile I am already focused on Tokyo 2020".