|Full Name||Rahul Chaudhari|
|Discipline||Kabaddi (Men's Division)|
|Known For||"The first player and raider to score 600+ points in Pro Kabaddi League. "|
|Born||16 June 1993||Age||24|
|Nickname||Poster Boy||Hometown||Bijnour, Uttar Pradesh, India|
|Height||183 cm / 6'||Weight||80 kg / 176 lb|
Education and Family
|Brother||Rohit Chaudhari||Coach||Anshu Chaudhari, Uday Kumar|
Rahul Chaudhari's Career
Rahul started playing Kabaddi at the young age of 13, when his passion for Kabaddi was so impregnable that he even took a beating from his father! Yes! You read that right. In an interview during Pro Kabaddi League, he admitted that his family didn’t support his passion for Kabaddi. He would often run away from his house to play which usually led to scoldings from his mother and occasional bashing from his father.
But his determination to keep working hard and improve on several aspects of his game to attain ultimate perfection, brought him on the posters of Pro Kabaddi Leauge
This boy has some outlandish numbers when it comes to making records. The decorated raider scored a whopping 151 raid points in season 1 of the Pro Kabaddi league, where he was the second highest after Anup Kumar. Then after scoring 98 raid points in the second season and 87 in the third, Rahul was adjudged the best raider of season 4 with a whopping 146 raid points.
Being the captain of Telugu Titans, he also holds the record for the most number of raid points 666, 44 tackle points and total points 710 in the history of Pro Kabaddi including 32 super 10's, which has made him the most successful raider of all time in PKL.
After captained the Indian Kabaddi team in 2014 during Beach Asian Games in Phuket, Thailand, Rahul was also part of 2016 South Asian Games and Kabaddi World Cup winning squad, which was earned by years of hard work, grit and never give up attitude of Indian Kabaddi Team.
Achievements and Awards
- Pro Kabaddi League Season 4 - The best raider (146 points)
- Most number of raid points (666),(44) tackle points and total points (710) in the history of Pro Kabaddi.
- Asian games 2014, Phuket, Thailand - Bronze (Beach Kabaddi)
- South Asian Games 2016, Guwhati - Winner
- Kabaddi World Cup 2016 - Winner