|Full Name||Satyawart Kadian|
|Discipline||Men's Freestyle Wrestling|
|Known For||"The only Indian wrestler to return home with 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"|
Education and Family
|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|
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 in the akhada run under Satyawan Kadian who prepared him for his first major medal at 2010 Youth Olympic Games when he won the Bronze in the boys' freestyle 100 kg category in Singapore, announcing himself to the Indian wrestling community and to the world.
Later, after training under the chief coach, Vinod Kumar at national camp, Kadian became the only Indian wrestler to return home with a medal (Bronze), in the 2013 World Youth Wrestling Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria.
While in 2014 Asian Wrestling Championships, in a tight match for the Bronze medal, when it was drawn at 6-6, Kadian was declared the winner because of the last point scored against Alihan Djumaev (Kazakhstan).
Satyawart Kadian also didn't disappoint India in the Commonwealth Games 2014, where he finished with the silver, after 3-1 loss against Arjun Gill (Canada) in the finals.
And finally, hard work paid him back with the Gold in 97kg, when at 2016 Commonwealth Championships in Singapore, his opponent, Roubaljeet, pulled out of the event after suffering an injury in the final.
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)