I want to see INDIA on top of the world.
On the auspicious occasion of his 30th Birthday, our Managing Editor Mr.S.S.Dogra wished him . While asked what do Sushil Kumar expect from his well wishers. In his reply he very emtionally expressed that he always love his well wishers because whatever he achieved in the wrestling world it’s all due to his parents, his master(Mahabali Satpal ji) and with the support of his well wishers only. He further added that he would bring some more medals from upcoming international competitions. He always think about tricolour & want to see India always on the top in every event.
Brief Profile of Sushil Kumar-Wrestler:
Sushil Kumar Solanki born on May 26, 1983. He belongs to village Baprola near Najafgarh, New Delhi. He was felicitated with Arjun Award in 2005. He is an Indian World Champion wrestler who won the gold medal in the 66 kg freestyle competition at the FILA 2010 World Wrestling Championships and a bronze medal in the Men’s 66kg Freestyle Wrestling event at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.Kumar defeated Leonid Spiridonov of Kazakhstan in the repechage round to win the bronze. This was the second medal for India in wrestling, and the first since K D Jadhav’s bronze medal at the 1952 Helsinki Olympic Games.On July 2009, he received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna – India’s highest honor for sportspersons.On 3 October 2010, Sushil Kumar was the final baton bearer who handed the Queen’s Baton to Prince Charles in the Queen’s Baton Relay for the 2010 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony. His first success came at the World Cadet Games in 1998 where he won the gold medal in his weight category. He followed this up with a gold in the Asian Junior Wrestling Championship in 2000. Sushil Kumar won gold medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi on 10 October 2010. In the year 2011, he received the prestigious Padam Shri Award .He beat Heinrich Barnes of South Africa 7-0 in the finals in the 66 kg freestyle wrestling category. The South African wrestler could not endure more than three and half minutes in front of Sushil. In fact the bout had to be stopped by the referee in the second round. Earlier, in the semifinals, Sushil defeated Famara Jarjou of the Gambia 3-0 in a record 9 seconds.In the quarterfinals Sushil Kumar defeated Muhammad Salman of Pakistan 10-0 in 46 seconds.
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