Snehal Pradeep Shinde Age, Husband, Family, Biography

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Hometown: Pune
Husband: Sagar Sakhare
Age: 32 Years

Snehal Shinde

Other NameSnehal Shinde - Sakhare
ProfessionSportsperson (Kabaddi Player)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)5' 6" ( cm)
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
Team PositionDefender
AwardShiv Chhatrapati Award (Maharshtra State Sports Award) in 2014
Snehal Shinde with the Shiv Chhatrapati Award
• Junior Asian Kabaddi Championship in 2009
• XII South Asian Games in Assam in 2017
Snehal Sinde (cirled) at the 12th South Asian Games
• XIII South Asian Games in Nepal in 2019
• Asian Games 2022 in Hangzhou in 2023
Snehal Shinde with her Asian Games Gold medal
Personal Life
Date of Birth29 April 1992 (Wednesday)
Age (as of 2024)32 Years
BirthplacePune, Maharashtra
Zodiac signTaurus
HometownPune, Maharashtra
Educational QualificationMaster's Degree in Commerce
HobbiesCooking, Playing Guitar
Food HabitNon-vegetarian
Social MediaInstagram
Relationships & More
Marital StatusMarried
Marriage dateOctober 2021
Snehal Shinde with husband Sagar Sakhare on their wedding day
Husband/SpouseSagar Sakhare (entrepreneur)
Snehal Shinde's husband Sagar Sakhare
ParentsFather- Pradeep Shinde (police officer, national level gold medalist in boxing)
Snehal Shinde's father
Mother- Surekha Shinde (homemaker)
Snehal Shinde's mother
SiblingsBrother- Nikhil Shinde (football player)
Snehal Shinde's brother Nikhil Shinde
Other RelativesCousin- Kishori Dilip Shinde (kabaddi player)
Snehal Shinde's cousin Kishori Sinde
FoodChicken Biriyani
Kabaddi PlayerTejaswini Bai

Snehal Shinde image

Some Lesser Known Facts About Snehal Pradeep Sinde

  • At seven, Snehal Pradeep Shinde started playing Kabaddi at Rajmata Jijau Club in Swargate, Pune under the guidance of coaches, Rajesh Dhamdhere and Jayant Warghade.
  • Her cousin, Kishori Shinde, an accomplished Kabaddi player, inspired her to play Kabaddi.
  • She did not participate in the Asian Games in 2014 and 2018, because of ankle and knee injuries.
  • She was the captain of team Thane Tigers in the Maha Kabaddi League (MKL) in 2015.

    Snehal Shinde (in red) during the Maha Kabaddi League

    Snehal Shinde (in red) during the Maha Kabaddi League

  • She was the captain of the Maharashtra State Women’s Kabaddi Team in the 36th National Games in 2022.

    Snehal Shinde (circled) with the Maharashtra state Kabaddi team

    Snehal Shinde (circled) with the Maharashtra state Kabaddi team

  • She was nominated for the Times of India Sports Awards (TOISA) in 2023.
  • She wishes to open a training school for upcoming kabaddi players.