Nishad Kumar Biography | Para Athlete Nishad Kumar Biography

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Para Athlete Nishad Kumar Biography, Age | Para Athlete Nishad Kumar Biography

First, Bhavina Patel created history by winning a silver medal in the Class 4 final of the women’s table tennis event at the Tokyo Paralympics.

Nishad Kumar¬†breaks the Asian record in the high jump. He has won the silver medal, creating history. Another American Roderick Townsend took the gold medal with a world record jump of 2.15m. This is India’s second medal at the Tokyo Paralympics. Earlier, Bhavinaben Patel had won a silver medal in the women’s singles table tennis class 4 event on Sunday.

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Nishad Kumar Biography РTokyo 2020 Paralympic Games 

India turned ‘silver’ today in the ongoing Paralympic Games in the Japanese capital. After Bhavinaben in table tennis, Nishad Kumar also won a silver medal in athletics. Nishad, who participated in the high jump T47 event, won the silver medal with a time of 2.06m.

Nishad Kumar Biography | Para Athlete Nishad Kumar Biography

Name Nishad Kumar
nick name nishad
date of birth 2000
Place of Birth Un, Himachal Pradesh, India
Village Badaun
Nationality Indianness
Education Bachelor of Education
religion Hindu
sports high jump
Coach Satya Narayan

Journey of Nishad Kumar

Started the game just three years ago The praise of Nishad, who made his debut in sports in the year 2019, is less than that. He also equaled the Asian record by winning the Paralympic silver medal. This is Nishad Kumar’s personal best performance. Another Indian athlete Ram Pal’s game was also commendable. He finished fifth with a jump of 1.94m, which is also his career-best performance.

Nishad Kumar Second medal for the country in Paralympics 2020

This is India’s second medal in the tournament. Earlier, table tennis player Bhavina Patel had given the silver medal to the country this morning itself. Bhavina Ben lost to Zhou Ying of China in the women’s singles final of Class 4 event on Sunday. He was defeated by Ying 7-11, 5-11, 6-11 in a straight match. However, despite this, she managed to get India its first medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Awards of Para-athlete Nishad Kumar

Para-athlete Nishad Kumar sets a new Asian record. Para-athlete Nishad Kumar sets a new Asian record.

Nishad was in excellent form from the beginning and he crossed the jump of 2.02 meters in the first attempt itself. After this, this para-athlete from India set a new Asian record by crossing the jump of 2.06 meters in the second attempt.

Nishad, however, failed to cross the 2.09m jump in all three attempts, leaving his dream of winning the gold medal unfulfilled. Nishad was one of those players from whom India expected a medal in the Paralympic Games. In Paralympics 2020, India has now got two medals and both are silver.

Who is Para Athlete Nishad Kumar / Para Athlete Nishad Kumar Biography

If there is a desire to do something in the heart, then even the biggest challenge cannot stop a person from reaching his destination. One such person is Divyang Nishad Kumar of Badaun village of Katauhad Kalan Panchayat of Amb sub-division.

Facing all the challenges, Nishad is not only making iron of his skills, but he is also making the name of his village and state shine in the country and abroad. Nishad of Badaun village is going to bring glory to Himachal once again after representing the country in Para Olympics to be held in Tokyo, Japan in August after Dubai. Nishad is the only athlete from the state to participate in this competition.

Who is Nishad Kumar’s coach?

In the year 2019, Nishad had secured a ticket to Tokyo as well as winning the gold medal by putting a high 2.05m jump in the World Para Athletics Grand Free held in Dubai.

After this, Nishad improved his talent in February 2021 and set a new record by jumping 2.06 meters high in Dubai itself. Nishad is now just 0.07 cm away from breaking the gold medal record of 2.13 meters in the Para Olympics. To break this record, he is working hard and sweating under the coaching of his coach Satya Narayan at the National Camp in Bangalore.

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