(Last Updated on : 30/04/2018)
Kiran Bishnoi is an Indian female wrestler
who became the first Indian woman
wrestler to win a medal in the freestyle 76 kilogram category at Commonwealth Games. She won the bronze medal in 2018 Commonwealth Games. This 25-year-old wrestler belongs from Hisar.
Kiran started wrestling at her maternal village Kali Rawan in 2009 and won bronze in junior nationals, Jammu in 2011 and became the junior champion in 67 kilogram category in 2012. She also won bronze medal in Junior Asian Championships in Kazakhstan in 2013. Her father is a clerk in District Commissioner office in Hisar. Her coachs name is Vishnu Das.
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