Some of our proud players are making space into the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to raise the name of their country in the world. Many sports are going on under the Olympics games. Around 205 counties have participated in the 2020 Tokyo games and trying to get the achievement and made their name into the list of popular players. Recently, another player of India’s Discus throw sport qualified for the final of the sport.

Kamalpreet Kaur Wiki-Bio Age

Kamalpreet Kaur, 25, has qualified for the final match of the Discus throw after throwing her best throw of 64m on Saturday. The strongest girl belongs to Patiala who made her own space in the final of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics games.

Indian Women Qualified For Discus Throw Final

Now, it will be a proud moment for the country as everyone is celebrating the victory in the disc throw. The player has taken a step forward for the final match. Along with her, USA’s athlete Valarie Allman is also one of the athletes among 31 who crossed the 64-metre barrier in the game. While she threw 66.42 and Kamalpreet Kaur made a score of 64 metres.

On the other side, Croatia’s player Sandra Perkovic got the third position as she scored 63.75 metres. Now, here are some details of the Indian Discus Throw player, Kamalpreet Kaur and we will also talk about her personal life, family, career, and many more things.

Who is Kamalpreet Kaur?

Kamalpreet Kaur was born on March 4, 1996, in Patiala, Punjab, India. She made her career in Discus Throw and also became the first Indian who broke the 65m barries in her sport. She is being supported by the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Programme by GoSports Foundation. Now, let’s talk about her personal life.

  • Real Name:-          Kamapreet Kaur
  • Date Of Birth:-       March 4, 1996
  • Country:-              India
  • Hometown:-          Badal, Sri Muktsar Sahib District, Punjab
  • Sport:-                 Track and Field (Discus Throw)
  • Achievements:-     66.59m
  • Married Status:-    Single
  • Past Employee:-    In Indian Railways
  • Coach:-                Baljeet Singh
  • Idol:-                   Seema Punia

The Indian player is having rest for playing for the final match of the Discus throw and along with her, many more players are practising or hard-working for the final match. Before appearing for the Nation or Internation level, the player has participated in athletics in 2012 and took the fourth position at her first state-level match. She took her sport seriously in 2014 and took her training from the Sports Authority of India (SAI).

Also, the player was an employee in the Indian Railways and chosen Seema Punia as her idol and currently, the player is being trained under Baljeet Singh. Now, the player is too close to get the victory of the final match in the Discus throw.


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