Deepa Malik (Athlete) Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income & More

deepa malik

Deepa Malik (Athlete) Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income & More

Deepa Malik is an Indian athlete, and is the first Indian woman to win a medal in Paralympic Games and won a Silver medal at the 2016 Summer Paralympics in the shot put event. She is linked with Himalayan Motorsports Association (H.M.A.) and Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (F.M.S.C.I.). She has embarked on an 8-day, 1700-km drive in freezing temperatures including a climb to 18000 feet, called Raid De Himalaya.

deepa malik biography

Personal Life

Name: Deepa Malik
Nickname:
Not Known
Profession:
Indian athlete
DOB:
30 September 1970
Age:
45
Birth Place:
Bhaiswal, Sonipat district, Haryana, India
Nationality:
Indian
Religion:
Hindu
Home Town:
Sonipat, Haryana, India
Home Address:
Not Known
Best Friends:
Not Known
Hobbies:
Giving motivational speeches, Swimming, Motorbiking

Profession

Debut Work: International: Beijing Olympics 2008
Coach: Not Known
Event(s): Javelin Throw, Shot Put & Motorcycling

Physical Statistics

Height: 168 centimetres
Weight:
62 kilograms
Body:
Not Known
Hair Color:
Black

Family

Marital Status: Unmarried
Husband:
Bikram Singh (Indian Army Officer)
BF: Not Known
Kids:
Ambika Malik, Devika Malik
Father:
Balkrishan Nagpal (Indian Army Personnel)
Mother: Not Known
Brother: Vik Nags

Education

School: Kendriya Vidyalaya, Fort William, Calcutta
College (Graduation): Sophia College, Ajmer, India
College (Post-Graduation):
Not Known
Educational Qualification:
Not known

Luxuries

Cars: Not Known
Bikes:
Not Known
House:
Not Known

Income

Net Income: Not Known

Likes/ Dislikes

Film: Not Known
Actor: Not Known
Actress: Not Known
Song: Not Known

More Information and Facts about Deepa Malik

  • She has won 13 International medals, 2 Bronze, 5 Silver and 47 Gold State and National Level medals.
  • Deepa Malik is the first Indian woman to win a Medal at the Paralympics.
  • She won silver medal in the shot put at 2016 Paralympic Games.
  • She was privileged with the Arjuna award in 2012.
  • She has been given the prominent Padma Shri award in 2017.
  • She has won 58 national & 18 International medals across all disciplines till date.
  • She 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.
  • She has won at the Paralympic Games 2016, Rio 2016 a Silver Medal (2nd Position) – First Ever Indian Woman to win (Shotput).
  • At the IPC Athletics World Championship, Doha 2015, she got Diploma (5th Position) (Shotput).
  • At the IPC Oceania Asian Championship, Dubai March 2016 she got 1 Gold (Jav) and 1 Silver (Shotput).
  • She won at the Incheon Asian Para Games 2014 a silver medal in women’s 53–54 Javelin with a new Asian Record and has now qualified to be at IPC World Athletics Championship Doha 2015 to be held in Oct 2015.
  • At the IPC 2nd China Open Athletics Championship Beijing 10–17, she won  gold medal for shot put.
  • At the German open athletics championship Berlin 2013, in the IPC Qualification event, she was the only women from India to earn qualification for IPC world athletics championship Lyon 2013.
  • She got a diploma position at the IPC World Athletics Championship, Lyon.
  • She won two Gold Medals at the First Malaysian Open Athletics Championship April 2012 for Javelin & Discus and set a new Official Asian Record in Javelin F-53 Women felicitated by Milkha Singh and P.T.Usha.
  • At the IWAS World Games Sharjah Dec-2011, she got two Bronze Medals and set two new Asian records.
  • At the IPC World Athletics Championship Christchurch Jan 2011, Deepa got a Silver Medal.
  • At the IPC World Athletics Championship New Zealand 2011, she was the only women para-athlete to qualify for the same Commonwealth Games 2010 for Shot Put.
  • In the Para-Asian Games China Dec 2010, she won the Bronze Medal which was the first ever medal won by a woman athlete at Asian Games.

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