Ravi Kumar Dahiya is a famous professional Indian freestyle wrestler. He has played many national and international championships such as Commonwealth Games, Olympic, World Championships, Asian Championships, World U23 Championships, World Junior Wrestling, etc.
Ravi had already made his name in the wrestling field. But when he won a silver medal in the 57 kg category at Olympic 2020, then Ravi become more famous.
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Ravi Kumar Dahiya’s Personal Information
|Real Name||Ravi Kumar Dahiya|
|Date of Birth||12 December 1997|
|Birthplace||Nahri, Sonipat, Haryana, India|
|Age (in 2021)||24 Years|
|Home Town||Nahri, Sonipat, Haryana, India|
|Height||5’7 Feet’s 173 CM 1.73 M|
|Weight||57 Kg 126 lbs|
|Hobbies||Listening to music, and Watching Movies|
Some Fact About Ravi Dahiya
Ravi Kumar Dahiya having a huge fan following on social media platforms such as Instagram having 100K.
Ravi’s father is a good farmer and his mother is also a good housewife.
Ravi started his Wrestling career at the age of 10 years older.
Ravi was a student of Satpal Singh.
In 2015, Ravi got his first medal at Junior World Championships, he won the silver medal.
In 2018, Ravi won a silver medal at World U23 Wrestling Championship.
In 2019, Ravi made 5th rank at Asian Wrestling Championships.
In 2019, Ravi also got new fam, his name was added to the “Ministry of Youth Affairs” and Sports “Target Olympic Podium Scheme” (TOPS).
In 2020, Ravi won a gold medal at Asian Wrestling Championships, Delhi, India.
In 2021, Ravi won a gold medal at Asian Wrestling Championships, Almaty, Kazakhstan.
In 2021, Ravi got his first Olympic medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, he won the silver medal.
Ravi gets a ₹4 crores (US$560,000) award by the Government of Haryana, and 50 lakh (US$70,000) from the Government of India for winning a silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.
List of Ravi Dahiya’s Medals
1). Silver Medal at Junior World Championships (2015).
2). Silver Medal at World U23 Championships (2018).
3). Bronze Medal at World Championships, India (2019).
4). Gold Medal at Asian Championships, New Delhi (2020).
5). Gold Medal at Asian Championships, Almaty (2021).
6). Silver Medal at Olympic Games, Tokyo (2021).