Sushil Kumar – Biography, Wife, Family, Career & Success

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In Today’s Article, We Are Going To Tell You About India’s Fierce Wrestling Wrestler Sushil Kumar, Who Has Not Only Made India Proud In Wrestling, But Has Also Won A Gold Medal For India.

Sushil Kumar Is One Of The Few Wrestling Wrestlers Who Has Seen A Lot Of Ups And Downs From His Life To Career.

But Today Sushil Kumar Has Become So Popular Among The People Of India, That His Fans Are Very Excited To Watch His Match. So Let’s Know About The Untold And Unheard Story Of Sushil Kumar.


Sushil Kumar Solanki Was Born On 26 May 1983 In Delhi, India. This Is An Indian Former Wrestling Wrestler, Who Won A Gold Medal For India In The World Wrestling Championship Held In The Year 2010.

Apart From This, Sushil Kumar Won The Gold Medal In The 2014 Kg Category In The Commonwealth Games In 74. He Also Represented India At The 2012 London Olympics And Summer Olympics. He Won Gold Medals In The Commonwealth Championships Held In 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 And 2017.

Sushil Kumar

Name Sushil Kumar
Date Of Birth 26 May 1983 (Delhi)
Lifetime 40 Years (2023)
Profession Wrestling Wrestler
Guardian Diwan Singh/Kamla Devi
Wife Savi Kumar
Total Value 7 Million
Coach Satpal Singh
Amount Gemini
Famous World Wrestling Championship Winners
Height 1.66 M
Weight 66 Kg
Nationality Indian


Sushil Kumar Information

Sushil Kumar Was Born On 26 May 1983 In Baprola Village Of Delhi. His Father’s Name Is Diwan Singh, Who Was A Driver In MTNL Delhi.

Apart From This, His Mother’s Name Is Kamala Devi, Who Is A Duoden. Sushil Kumar Was Very Interested In Wrestling, Due To Which Sushil Kumar Was Inspired By His Father And His Cousin Sandeep To Do Wrestling.

Being Interested In Wrestling, Sushil Kumar Started Wrestling At The Age Of 14 In The Arena Of Chhatrasal Stadium.

Talking About His Studies, He Completed His Studies From Noida College Of Physical Education, And Completed His Graduation From Dadri.



Talking About Sushil Kumar’s Career, He Started Wrestling At The Age Of Just 14 In The Arena Of Chhatrasal Stadium, Where His Coaches Were Yashveer And Ramphal, Who Used To Teach Him Wrestling Moves.

After Gaining Experience In Wrestling, Sushil Kumar Got Success When He Won A Gold Medal In His Weight Category At The World Cadet Games. After This, He Won A Gold Medal In The Asian Junior Wrestling Championship In The Year 2000.

Sushil Kumar Was On The Way To Becoming An Excellent Wrestling Wrestler From Here, Due To Which He Won A Bronze Medal In The Asian Wrestling Championship And A Gold Medal In The National Wrestling Championship In The Year 2003.


But His Performance In The 2004 Olympic Games In Athens Was Very Poor, Where He Finished 60th In The 14 Kg Weight Category.

But He Did Not Let His Morale Break And After That He Improved His Game And Again Proved Himself To Be The Best In Wrestling By Winning Gold Medals At The Commonwealth Wrestling Championships In 2005 And 2007, Besides Sushil Kumar Also Tried His Hand At The World Championships Where He Finished Seventh In The 2007 Wrestling World Championships. He Also Won A Bronze Medal In The 2008 Olympic Games.


World Wrestling Championship Winners

But Sushil Kumar Got His Real Identity When He Won The Gold Medal In The World Championship Wrestling In The 2010 Kg Category Held In Moscow In 66, After Winning The World Championship, Sushil Kumar Managed To Make His Mark In The Hearts Of The Indian People And He Was Also Given Some Precious Gifts By The Government.

Sushil Kumar Has A Silver Medal In The Olympic Games, A Bronze Medal, He Has A Gold Medal In The World Championships.

Apart From This, Sushil Kumar Has One Gold Medal In Asia Championship, One Silver Medal, Two Bronze Medals And Three Gold Medals In The Commonwealth Games, In Total Sushil Kumar Has 5 Gold Medals, Two Silver Medals And Four Bronze Medals.



  • 2014 – Commonwealth Games
  • 2012 – Silver Medal Olympics
  • 2010 – Gold Medal, Commonwealth Games
  • 2008 – Broz Medal, Beijing Olympics
  • 2003 – Gold Medal, Commonwealth Wrestling Championships
  • 2003 – Silver Medal, Asian Wrestling Championships
  • 2007 – Gold Medal, Commonwealth Wrestling Championships
  • 2005 – Gold Medal, Commonwealth Wrestling Championships
  • 2008 – Bros Medal, Asian Wrestling Championships
  • 2010 – Gold Medal, World Wrestling Championships


Awards, Awards And Recognition

  • Padma Shri – 2011
  • Arjuna Award – 2005
  • Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award (Joint), India’s Highest Sporting Honour.


Bronze Medal At The 2008 Beijing Olympics

  • DSP Rank In Haryana Police Department.
  • ₹5 Million Cash Prize From Delhi Government.
  • ₹2.5 Million Award By Haryana Government.
  • ₹2.5 Million Cash Prize By Ministry Of Steel Of India.


For The Gold Medal At The 2010 World Wrestling Championships

  • Cash Prize Of ₹1 Million From Delhi Government.
  • Cash Prize Of ₹1 Million From Sports Authority Of India, (Government Of India).


Silver Medal At The 2012 London Olympics

  • A Cash Reward Of ₹15 Million From The Haryana Government.
  • Cash Reward Of ₹7.5 Million From Indian Railways.

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