|Real Name||Sakshi Malik|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 162 cm
in meters- 1.62 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 3½”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 64 kg
in Pounds- 141 lbs
|International Debut||2014 Commonwealth Games|
|Records/Achievements||• In 2010, won a Bronze at the Junior World Championships (59 kg category).
• In 2014, won a Gold at the Dave Schultz International Wrestling Tournament.
• In August 2014, won a Silver at the Commonwealth Games.
• In 2015, won a Bronze at the Senior Asian Wrestling Championships in Doha.
• In August 2016, won a Bronze at the Rio Olympics (58 kg category).
|Career Turning Point||When she won Silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.|
|Date of Birth||3 September 1992|
|Age (as in 2017)||25 Years|
|Birth Place||Rohtak, Haryana, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Virgo|
|Hometown||Rohtak, Haryana, India|
|School||Vaish Public School, Rohtak, Haryana
DAV Centenary Public School, Rohtak, Haryana
|College||Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, Haryana|
|Family||Father- Sukhbir (DTC Bus Conductor)
Mother- Sudesh (Works at Anganwadi)
Brother- Sachin Malik
Sister- Not Known
|Hobbies||Traveling, Doing Yoga|
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Affairs/Girlfriends||Satyawart Kadian (Wrestler)|
|Husband/Spouse||Satyawart Kadian (Wrestler)
|Marriage Date||2 April 2017|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sakshi Malik
- Does Sakshi Malik smoke?: Not Known
- Does Sakshi Malik drink alcohol?: Not Known
- She began her wrestling training at the age of 12.
- Shakshi has been coached by Ishwar Dahiya at the Chotu Ram Stadium in Rohtak, Haryana.
- During her training period, she had to fight with the local boys as she belongs to a region where sport is not for girls.
- When her coach, Ishwar Dahiya, picked her to train under his guidance, he had to face protests from locals.
- In an interview, Sakshi said that her Silver at the 2014 Commonwealth Games is her personal favorite.
- In May 2016, she qualified for the Rio Olympics after defeating China’s Zhang Lan in the Olympic World Qualifying Tournament.
- On 17 August 2016, she won a Bronze at the Rio Olympics by defeating Aisuluu Tynybekova of Kazakhstan and became the 1st Indian female wrestler & India’s 4th female athlete ever to win an Olympic medal.
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