Dharmendar Singh Yadav (Olympian)

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Dharmendar Singh Yadav (Olympian)

Currently working with Indian Boxing Team as an Assistant Boxing Coach.

2003-2010 Worked with Indian Boxing Team.  

  • India’s first professional Boxer with an unbeaten record of 6 wins together
  • Arjuna Awardee (1991) (Highest Award for Sports in India).

Professional Ranking

1995 to 1997

  • 4th Rank (British Rating)
  • 7th Rank PAN Asian Rating

 

Special Awards

  • Most Prospect Boxer Award in Olympic Qualifying Championship held at Bangkok, Thailand (1992).
  • Most Promising & Youngest Boxer for being the first semi-finalist in Sixth World Cup held at Mumbai (India) in the year 1990.
  • Yash Bharti Award awarded by Uttar Pradesh Govt., India, 2015

International Achievements

 

1989

  • Won Silver Medal in SAF Games at Islamabad, Pakistan.
  • Won Bronze Medal in Asian Championships at Beijing, China.

 

1990

  • Won Bronze Medal in Commonwealth Games at Auckland (New Zealand).
  • Won Bronze Medal in Padrosoto Alba International Boxing Championships at Cuba.
  • Participated in Asian Games held in Beijing, China.

1991

  • Won Silver Medal in Asian Invitational Championship held at Bangkok, Thailand.

1992

  • Won Bronze Medal in Asian Championship (Olympic Qualifying Championship) held at Bangkok, Thailand and qualified for Olympics (Barcelona 1992).
  • Bronze medal at Padrosoto Alba and Giraldo-Cardova-Cardian in Cuba

1993

  • Won Bronze Medal in SAF Games, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Won Silver Medal in Asian Invitational Championship at Beijing, China.
  • Participated in King’s Cup International Tournament at Bangkok, Thailand

1994

  • Bronze medal at Padrosoto Alba and Giraldo-Cardova-Cardian in Cuba

Achievements

Year-1990

 

  • Won Gold Medal in INDO USSR Boxing Championships at Hyderabad (A.P).
  • First Indian Semi-Finalist in Sixth World Cup at Mumbai (India) and was adjudged the Most Promising Boxer of Sixth World Cup and was awarded BATA POWER Trophy

 

Year -1992

  • Awarded “the Most Promising Boxer” Award in Asia..

 

  • Year -1993
  • Won Gold Medal in YMCA’s Invitational International Boxing Championship held at New Delhi and was declared as the Best Boxer of the Championship.

 

Year -1994

  • Participated in the VII World Cup held at Bangkok, Thailand.

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