Sujith Kuttan is well known as the "Fastest Boy of Kerala". He competed in many national, regional and international events and Championships. Speaking in Malaylam Language, he is an emerging talent in the Indian track and field arena.
Sujith Kuttan was conferred as the "Fastest Boy of Kerala" in the year 2011. Sujith Kuttan won a bronze at the National Games which was held in Ranchi in February 2011.
Sujith Kuttan is the son of ace athletic duo Murali Kuttan and Mercy Kuttan. They were the first couple from India to win Asian Games individual medals in Indian track and field arena.
Sujith Kuttan was born in Jamshedpur, a city in Jharkhand. The parents of Sujith Kuttan were working for Tata Steel. Sujith Kuttan began his career at the age of 16 as a High Jumper and later switched his attention into the 100 metres where he has excelled.
Sujith Kuttan was the National Junior Champion in the year 2011 and clocked his personal best time of 10.62 seconds during the semi-finals of the National Games held in February 2011. There he went on to win bronze in 100 m and 4X100 m relay.
Sujith Kuttan is the spawn of erstwhile Olympian Mercy Kuttan, who represented India at the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Sujith Kuttan was coached by his parents and had been training under Mercy Kuttan Athletics Academy in Kochi.
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(Last Updated on : 18-09-2014)
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