Sanggai Chanu, Indian Woman Hockey Player
Sanggai Ibemhal Chanu Maimom, female field hockey player from India, made her international debut against Germany. She played as amid fielder or as a centre forward.
Sanggai Ibemhal Chanu Maimom ia a female field Hockey player from India. She was born on January 3, 1981 in Bashikong, near Imphal, Manipur.
In April 1998, this player from India made her international debut for her native country in a friendly against Germany (0-2). She played in two positions: as a midfielder or as a centre forward. She was named Young Player of the Tournament at the 2001 World Cup Qualifier. Throughout her hockey career she has participated in the following tournaments. They are:
* 1998 - World Cup, Utrecht (12th)
* 1998 - Commonwealth Games, Kuala Lumpur (4th)
* 2001 - World Cup Qualifier, Amiens/Abbeville (7th)
* 2002 - Champions Challenge, Johannesburg (3rd)
* 2002 - Commonwealth Games, Manchester (1st)
* 2002 - Asian Games, Busan (4th)
* 2003 - Afro-Asian Games, Hyderabad (1st)
* 2004 - Asia Cup, New Delhi (1st)
* 2006 - Commonwealth Games, Melbourne (2nd)
* 2006 - World Cup, Madrid (11th)
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(Last Updated on : 30-11-2012)
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