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Amit Dahiya

Amit Kumar Dahiya is an Indian wrestler who represented India at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, United Kingdom. He was the youngest wrestler ever to represent India at the Olympics while also being the youngest athlete of the 2012 Indian Olympic delegation.

Amit Kumar Dahiya hails from Nahari village of Sonepat district. He comes from a modest background with his father Narender Dahiya employed as a small scale farmer.

Amit started wrestling in second grade at the age of seven, defeating a seventh grade student during a casual match in school. Seeing immense potential, his teachers and his family were encouraged to send him for proper training. He was admitted in the akhara of Hansrajji, at that time used only for recreation.

After seeing his talent, wrestling coach and former Asian and Commonwealth Games medallist Satpal Singh took him in his Delhi's wrestling training centre at Chhatrasal stadiumModel Town.

Career

2012 Asian Wrestling Championships – Bronze Medal

2013 World Wrestling Championships – Silver Medal

2013 Asian Wrestling Championships – Gold Medal

2014 Commonwealth Games – Gold Medal

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