Sundar Singh Gurjar- Everything About The Olympic Athlete
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Sundar Singh Gurjar is an Indian Para-athlete who competes in the sports of Javelin Throw, Discus Throw, and Shot-Put.
On his fifth attempt, he won the bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics with a throw of 64,1 metres.
On March 26, 2016, he broke the world record of 68.42 meters at the 16th Paralympic National Championship held at the Tau Devi Lal stadium in Panchkula, Haryana.
He was born in the Hindaun Village, Karauli District, Rajasthan. Sundar is a member of the Hindu Gurjar family. His father is a farmer. His mother is a homemaker her name is Kalia Devi.
Sundar Singh Gurjar
began his athletic career in the 2017 Fazza IPC Athletics Grand Prix in Dubai, where he won three gold medals in various events.
Throughout his career, he has received numerous honours, including the prestigious Arjuna Award from the Government of India in 2019.
He won gold in the F46 Javelin Throw event at the 2017 World Para-Athletics Championships with a throw of 60.36m.
He won a silver medal in the Javelin F46 category and a bronze medal in the Discuss-Throw F46 category at the 2018 Asian Para Games, which were held in Indonesia.
The estimated value of Sundar Singh Gurjar's net worth is between $1 million and $5 million. His exact net worth cannot be determined.
He won the Sportsman of the Game title at the 2016 National Championships in Gurgaon, India, and ESPN India named him the Differently Abled Athlete of the Year in 2017.
Currently, he is the Assistant Conservator for the Forestry Department.