Sandeep Narwal Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Affairs & More
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Sandeep Narwal Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Affairs & More

Bio Real NameSandeep Narwal NicknameNot Known ProfessionIndian Kabaddi Player Physical Stats & More Heightin centimeters- 180 cm in meters- 1.80 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 11” Weightin Kilograms- 78 kg in Pounds- 172 lbs Body Measurements- Chest: 42 inches - Waist: 34 inches - Biceps: 16 inches Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Kabaddi Pro Kabaddi DebutSeason 1, 2014 Jersey Number#10 (Telugu Titans) PositionRaider Career Turning PointIn 2010, when he was selected by a Sports Authority of India (SAI) trial. Personal Life Date of Birth5 April 1993 Age (as in 2016)23 Years Birth PlaceSonepat, Haryana Zodiac sign/Sun signAries NationalityIndian HometownSonepat, Haryana, India SchoolGovt Senior Secondary School (gsss) Kathura, Sonepat, Haryana Delhi Public School, Dwarka, New Delhi College/UniversityUniversity of Delhi Educational QualificationsNot Known FamilyFather- Not Known Mother- Not Known Brothers- Ravinder Narwal,

Some Lesser Known Facts About Sandeep Narwal

  1. Does Sandeep Narwal smoke?: Not Known

  2. Does Sandeep Narwal drink alcohol?: Yes

  3. He was born in Sonepat, Haryana and started playing Kabaddi at the age of 8.

  4. He became popular at the junior level Kabaddi in his town and bagged numerous medals for the same.

  5. He was selected in the Haryana team after playing Kabaddi at the school level.

  6. He became an all-rounder after being selected by the Sports Authority of India (SAI) which sent him to Gandhinagar.

  7. In 2011, he was selected to represent India at the Junior Asiads.

  8. In the first three seasons of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), he was with the team of Patna Pirates and in the Season 4 of PKL, he switched to Telugu Titans.

  9. He has also captained Patna Pirates and guided them to the semi-finals in the Season 2.

  10. With 53 successful tackles, he was rewarded with the Best Defender of the Tournament at Season 3 of PKL.

  11. In 2016, he was selected in the National Team of India for the South Asian Games.


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