|Real Name||Deepa Malik|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 168 cm
in meters- 1.68 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 6”
|Weight||in Kilograms- 62 kg
in Pounds- 137 lbs
|Event(s)||Javelin Throw, Shot Put & Motorcycling|
|International Debut||Beijing Olympics 2008|
|Records/Achievements||• International medals- 13.
• State and National Level Medals- 2 Bronze, 5 Silver, 47 Gold.
• Won a Bronze medal at the 2010 Para-Asian Games in China.
• In 2011, won a silver medal at the IPC World Athletics Championships.
• In 2012, Government of India Awarded her with Arjuna Award.
• Won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Paralympics in shot put event.
|Career Turning Point||In the 2011 World Championships, when she won silver medals in shot put & discuss.|
|Political Party||Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
|Date of Birth||30 September 1970|
|Age (as in 2016)||45 Years|
|Birth Place||Bhaiswal, Sonipat district, Haryana, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Libra|
|Hometown||Sonipat, Haryana, India|
|School||Kendriya Vidyalaya, Fort William, Calcutta|
|College||Sophia College, Ajmer, India|
|Educational Qualifications||Not Known|
|Family||Father- Balkrishan Nagpal (Indian Army Personnel)
Mother- Not Known
Brother- Vik Nags
Sister- Not Known
|Hobbies||Giving motivational speeches, Swimming, Motorbiking|
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Husband||Bikram Singh, Indian Army Officer (married 27 June 1989)
Daughters- Ambika Malik, Devika Malik
Some Lesser Known Facts About Deepa Malik
- Does Deepa Malik smoke?: Not Known
- Does Deepa Malik drink alcohol?: Not Known
- She was born to a Hindu Jat family in Sonipat district of Haryana.
- In the year 1999, she was diagnosed with a spinal tumor and walking became impossible for her. The spinal tumor was operated by conducting 31 surgeries.
- She feels no sensation below her waist.
- She holds the Asian record in the event of Javelin throw.
- She has participated in various adventure sports and has won accolades for those.
- Deepa is an enthusiastic motor-biker and has covered 1700 km drive in 8-days and that too in sub-zero temperatures.
- GoSports Foundation supports her through their Para Champions Program.
- Deepa is also a member of the working group in the formulation of 12th five-year plan (2012-2017) on Physical Education & Sports.
- On 12 September 2016, she won a silver medal at the Rio Paralympics and became the 1st Indian woman to win a medal at the Paralympics.