Biodata Balbir Singh Sr. Agama Biografi, Istri Profil Lengkap

Biodata Balbir Singh Sr. Agama Biografi, Istri Profil Lengkap

Balbir Singh

Biodata
Nama Lengkap Balbir Singh Dosanjh
Pekerjaan Former Indian Hockey Player
Flag of India
Ukuran Bentuk Badan Profil Lengkap
Tinggi Badan dalam centimeter - 173 cm
dalam meter - 1.73 m
dalam Feet Inci - 5’ 8”
Berat Badan dalam Kilogram - 60 kg
dalam Pound - 132 lbs
Warna Mata Dark Brown
Warna Rambut White
Field Hockey
International DebutIn the 1948 London Summer Olympics against Argentina
Jersey Number#13 (India)
TeamPunjab University (National)
Punjab Police (National)
Punjab State (National)
India (International)
Coach/MentorHarbail Singh
Nature on fieldAggressive
PositionCentre-forward
Awards & Achievements• Member of 3 times Olympic Gold Medal winning teams (1948, 1952 and 1956 Olympic Games).
• Member of 2 times Silver Medal winning teams at the Asian Games (1958 & 1962).
• Olympic record for most goals scored in men's hockey final by an individual.
• First sports person to be honoured with the Padma Shri Award (1957).
Balbir Singh with Padma Shri
• In 1958, he along with Gurdev Singh was featured on a stamp issued by the Dominican Republic to commemorate the 1956 Melbourne Olympics.
• In 1982, he lit the Sacred Flame at the New Delhi Asian Games.
• In 1982, the Patriot newspaper adjudged him the Indian Sportsperson of the Century.
• In 2006, he was named the Best Sikh Hockey Player.
• In 2015, Hockey India conferred him with the Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award.
Career Turning PointIn the 1948 London Summer Olympics, when he scored 6 goals (including a hat-trick) against Argentina.
Kehidupan Pribadi
Tanggal Lahir10 October 1924
Umur (di Tahun 2016)92 Years
Tempat LahirHaripur Khalsa, Punjab
Bintang ZodiakLibra
KebangsaanIndo-Canadian
Alamat Tempat TinggalJalandhar, Punjab
PendidikanDev Samaj High School, Moga, Punjab, India
Perguruan TinggiDM College, Moga, Punjab, India
Sikh National College, Lahore, Pakistan
Khalsa College, Amritsar
Kualifikasi PendidikansTidak Diketahui
KeluargaAyah - Dalip Singh Dosanjh (Freedom Fighter)
Ibu - Name Tidak Diketahui
Saudara Laki laki - Tidak Diketahui
Saudara Perempuan - Tidak Diketahui
Agama Sikhism
ResidenceBurnaby (Canada); Chandigarh (India)
HobiReading, Listening to Music
Hal hal Kesukaan dan Favorit
Favourite Hockey PlayerAli Iqtidar Shah (Dara), Mohd Azam, Dhyan Chand
Girls, Keluarga Profil Lengkap
Status PernikahanMenikah
PacarTidak Diketahui
WifeSushil (m. 1946)
Balbir Singh with his wife Sushil
Anak-anakPutri - Sushbir
Sons- Kanwalbir, Karanbir, Gurbir
Balbir Singh with his wife and children

Balbir Singh

Profil dan Biodata Balbir Singh Sr.

  • Apakah Balbir Singh Sr. smoke:? Tidak Diketahui
  • Apakah Balbir Singh Sr. drink alcohol:? Yes
  • He was born in Haripur Khalsa; a small village of Jalandhar District in Punjab.
  • His father Dalip Singh Dosanjh was a Freedom Fighter.
  • Harbail Singh, the then coach of Khalsa College Hockey Team, was the first person who spotted Balbir as a promising Hockey player.
  • It was Harbail who frequently insisted for the transfer of Balbir from Sikh National College, Lahore to Khalsa College, Amritsar.
  • In 1942, he was transferred to Khalsa College and began intensive training under Harbail’s guidance.
  • In 1942, he was selected in the Punjab University Hockey Team and under his captaincy, the Team won All India Inter-University titles 3 years in a row: 1943, 1944 and 1945.
  • He has been a member of the last team of “Undivided Punjab” that won the title at the 1947 National Championships.
  • After the partition of India in the year 1947, he moved to Ludhiana along with his family, where he got a posting in the Punjab Police.
  • For 20 years (1941-1961), he captained the Punjab Police Hockey Team.
  • Playing in his first International Match at the 1948 London Summer Olympics, he scored 6 goals (including a hat-trick) against Argentina.
  • In 1952, he became the vice-captain of the Men’s Indian Hockey Team for the 1952 Helsinki Olympics.
  • He was India’s “Flag Bearer” during the ‘Opening Ceremony’ at the 1952 Helsinki Olympics. Balbir Singh with Indian Flag
  • At the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, he again scored a hat-trick against Britain in the semi-final, which India won by 3-1.
  • At the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, he scored 5 goals against the Netherlands in the final match and set a new Olympic record of maximum goals scored by an individual in the men’s Hockey Final Match.
  • At the 1952 Helsinki Olympics, he scored 13 goals in total, which was 69.23% of the team’s goals.
  • He captained the 1956 Olympic team at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics. However, he got injured in the opening match against Argentina after scoring 5 goals. The rest of the group matches were captained by Randhir Singh Gentle.
  • In 1971, he coached the Indian Hockey team for the World Cup.
  • He was the Manager of the Indian Hockey team, which emerged victorious in the 1975 World Cup held in Kuala Lumpur.
  • He has also served as Chief of the Directorate of Sports in Punjab.
  • Balbir has written 2 books- his autobiography “The Golden Hat Trick (1977)” and “The Golden Yardstick: In Quest of Hockey Excellence (2008).”

Biodata Balbir Singh Sr. Agama Biografi, Istri Profil Lengkap




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