Sakshi Malik: Facts About India’s First Winner At Rio Olympics


Sakshi Malik, a young lady who has a place from Haryana made India pleased after she won her bronze decoration.

Sakshi substantiated herself and turned into India’s first Indian lady wrestler to win an award at Rio Olympics. Not exclusively did she put a conclusion to India’s disappointment and excruciating hold up however she demonstrated a young lady from little state ought to never be mixed up. (Indeed!)

All things considered, it wasn’t a simple win for Sakshi as she was dropped down with 0-5 by Aisuluu Tynybekova in ladies’ free-form 58kg wrestling classification. It was an extreme one; as Sakshi’s adversary gotten her leg and she rehashed the move that lead her to win focuses. Be that as it may, Sakshi later on agreed with on her stance and did likewise move by giving Aisuluu a chance to down on the tangle which drove her increase one point. Sakshi at that point figured out how to win two more focuses to support her and figured out how to rise to indicates up 5-5. Not ceasing down here; in a pressurize minute she went up against the second round and vanquished her adversary by 8-5 in the bronze decoration coordinate.

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Most likely, we are glad for this young woman. All things considered, look down to know a portion of the intriguing certainties identified with Sakshi’s life:-

  1. Sakshi Malik is 23 years of age having a place from a little town called Mokhra, Haryana. Sakshi’s dad Sukhbir Malik is a transport conductor who dependably went to bat for her despite the fact that she needed to battle with young men in her town.

  2. Sakshi began off as a wrestler at an extremely youthful age of 12.

  3. Sakshi rehearses for right around 5-6 hours per day and from 1 year for Olympics readiness she was remaining in a Rohtak’s lodging called “Sai Sports Authority of India”.

  4. In year 2010, Sakshi won a Bronze at the 2010 junior big showdown.

  5. In year 2014, she won Gold at the Dave Schultz International wrestling competition and in August 2014 she additionally won a silver decoration in Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

  6. In year 2015, she won bronze at Senior Asian wrestling Championship in Doha.

  7. In year 2016, Sakshi was fit the bill for the 2016 summer Olympics by crushing China’s Zhang Lan in the semi-last of the 58kg class.

  8. What’s more, this one in her rundown as well:- In August 2016-Sakshi made the world pleased with her bronze award winning against Asian champion Aisuluu Tynybekova.


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