Sakshi Malik (Wrestler) Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income & More
Sakshi Malik is an Indian freestyle wrestler. She won the bronze medal in the 58 kg category at the 2016 Summer Olympics and became the first Indian female wrestler to win a medal at the Olympics and the fourth female Olympic medalist from India. She is a part of the JSW Sports Excellence Program. Malik had won the silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. She had also won the bronze medal in Doha at the 2015 Asian Wrestling Championships.
Name: Sakshi Malik
Nickname: Not Known
Profession: Freestyle Wrestler
DOB: September 3, 1992
Birth Place: Rohtak, Haryana, India
Home Town: Rohtak, Haryana, India
Home Address: Not Known
Best Friends: Not Known
Hobbies: Traveling, Doing Yoga
Debut Work: 2014 Commonwealth Games
Coach: Ishwar Dahiya
Height: 162 centimetres
Weight: 64 kilograms
Body: Not Known
Hair Color: Black
Marital Status: Married
Husband: Satyawart Kadian (Wrestler)
BF: Not Known
Father: Sukhbir Malik (DTC Bus Conductor)
Mother: Sudesh Malik (a supervisor at a local health clinic)
Brother: Sachin Malik
School: Vaish Public School, Rohtak, Haryana, DAV Centenary Public School, Rohtak, Haryana
College (Graduation): Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU), Rohtak, Haryana
College (Post-Graduation): Not Attended
Educational Qualification: Graduate
Cars: customized Mahindra Thar
Bikes: Not Known
House: Not Known
Net Income: Not Known
Film: Not Known
Actor: Not Known
Actress: Not Known
Song: Not Known
More Information and Facts about Sakshi Malik
- Malik’s first international success came in 2010 at the Junior World Championships as she won the bronze medal in the 58 kg freestyle event there.
- She won gold in the 60 kg category at the 2014 Dave Schultz International Tournament.
- At the 2015 Asian Championships in Doha, Qatar, Malik finished in third position and got a bronze medal in the 60 kg category.
- She has won the Padma Shri (2017) and the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna (2016).
- Sakshi has won multiple cash prizes over $890,000 from the Indian Railways, the Indian Olympic Association, the Government of Delhi, the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, state governments, private bodies like the JSW Group and from political groups.
- She got a promotion to gazetted officer rank by the Indian Railways.
- Sakshi Malik represented ‘Colors Delhi Sultans’ in the second version of the Pro Wrestling League held in January 2017.