|Full Name||Satyawart Kadian|
|Discipline||Men's Freestyle Wrestling|
|Known For||"The only Indian wrestler to win a medal in 2013 World Youth Wrestling Championships"|
|Born||9 November 1993||Age||23|
|Nickname||-||Hometown||Rohtak, Haryana, India|
|Height||183 cm / 6'||Weight||97 kg / 214 lb|
|Ethnicity||Indian||Relationship Status||Married to a fellow wrestler, "Sakshi Malik"|
Satyawart Kadian Family and Education
|High School||Vaish Public School, Rohtak, Haryana||College||Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak|
|Father||Satyawan Kadian (an Arjuna Awardee and 1988 Summer Olympics Olympian)||Mother||-|
|Brother||Somveer Kadian||Coach||Satyawan Kadian (Father), Vinod Kumar|
Highlights From Satyawart Kadian's Career
- When Father himself is an Arjuna Awardee and 1988 Summer Olympics Olympian, I don't think that son needs go anywhere else for his tough training. Yes, he was trained by his own father, Satyawan Kadian in their Akhada and prepared himself for his first major medal at 2010 Youth Olympic Games (Bronze) in freestyle wrestling of 100kg category.
- Later, he was called to the national champ, and trained by Vinod Kumar, the chief wrestling coach.
- He achieved a milestone in 2013 World Youth Wrestling Championships, where he was the only Indian who won a medal and made his country proud.
- Also in 2014 Asian Wrestling Championships, Satyawart Kadian added one more Bronze medal in the account of India, which is known as the tightest match in wrestling. Actually, it was declared draw at 6-6, but due to the last point which was scored by Kadian, he was awarded the Bronze against Alihan Djumaev (Kazakhstan).
- Medal's count used to go higher with the efforts you put to bring some good changes in your games. And it was the Commonwealth Games 2014, where also Satyawart Kadian gifted his country, a silver medal. It was a close final against Arjun Gill of Canada (3-1).
- And finally, lots and lots of hard work paid him back, but this time it was the Gold medal when Satyawart Kadian didn't need to play the final at all, because his opponent Roubaljeet was suffering from an injury, so he took his name out of Commonwealth Championships 2016.
- Well, apart from all of his extraordinary achievements, Kadian still dreams of emulating the Olympic wrestler Sushil Kumar. Because there is no age of learning, and you should learn from the person who you thinks has better knowledge in your field. We wish you a happy life, and a successful career ahead, Satyawart Kadian.
Achievements and Awards
- 2010 Youth Olympic Games, Singapore - Bronze (100 kg)
- 2013 World Junior Championships, Sofia, Bulgaria - Bronze (96 kg)
- 2014 Asian Championships, Astana - Bronze (97 kg)
- 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow - Silver (97 kg)
- 2016 Commonwealth Championships, Singapore - Gold (97 kg)
- Rustam-e-International Wrestling title, Cash Prizes with a medal in Katra, Jammu (2015)