Biodata Manu Bhaker Agama Biografi Keluarga, Profil Lengkap
|Nama Lengkap||Manu Bhaker|
|Famous For||Winning a Gold Medal and setting a new Commonwealth Games record at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games|
|Ukuran Bentuk Badan Profil Lengkap|
|Tinggi Badan||dalam centimeter - 163 cm|
dalam meter - 1.63 m
dalam Feet Inci - 5’ 4”
|Berat Badan|| dalam Kilogram - 50 kg|
dalam Pound - 110 lbs
|Event||10 m Air Pistol|
25 m Air Pistol
|Records (main ones)||• Youngest Indian to win a gold medal at the ISSF World Cup (at the 2018 ISSF World Cup)|
• Second Youngest Indian to win a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games (at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games)
• At the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, she set a new Commonwealth Games record of 240.9 points
|Tanggal Lahir||18 Feb 2002|
|Umur (di Tahun 2018)||16 Years|
|Tempat Lahir||Goria village, Jhajjar, Haryana|
|Alamat Tempat Tinggal||Jhajjar, Haryana|
|Pendidikan||Universal Public Senior Secondary School, Jhajjar, Haryana|
|Perguruan Tinggi / Universitas||None|
|Kualifikasi Pendidikan||Tidak Diketahui|
|Hobi||Doing needle-work, bungee-jumping, ice-skating|
|Boys, Profil Lengkap|
|Status Pernikahan||Belum Menikah|
|Orang Tua||Ayah - Ram Kishan Bhaker (a chief engineer in the Merchant Navy)|
Ibu - Sumedha (a school teacher)
|Saudara||Saudara Laki laki - Akhil (image in the Parents' section)|
Saudara Perempuan - None
|Hal hal Kesukaan dan Favorit|
|Favourite Shooter||Jaspla Rana, Heena Sidhu|
|Makanan kesukaan||Namkeen Rice, Gajjar Ka Raita, Choorma|
Profil dan Biodata Manu Bhaker
- Manu Bhaker was born to a Merchant Navy Chief Engineer in a village in the Jhajjar district of Haryana.
- Before joining Pistol Shooting, she was interested in Cricket and had also joined Virender Sehwag‘s coaching school in Jhajjar.
- Earlier, she also used to do Boxing and Kick-Boxing as well. She was inspired by Mary Kom‘s Olympic bronze.
- She decided to quit boxing after she had a swollen eye while playing volleyball as a warm-up routine for boxing.
- Then, Manu Bhaker switched to Thang-Ta, a popular martial art form of Manipur.
- Soon, she also left Thang-Ta, after she was robbed of a medal during a tournament in Delhi.
- The next-day of quitting Thang-Ta, Manu Bhaker enrolled at a judo academy near Dadri. However, it didn’t excite her as much, and she left Judo also.
- Then on one day, she visited her school’s shooting range and casually took a pistol and straightaway shot 7.5. The coach was astonished as it normally takes 6-months to a year to shoot so accurately.
- Since her first tryst with a pistol, Manu Bhaker has been raved about as India’s next big shooting sensation.
- With her father’s ₹1.5 lakh investment to undergo competitive shooting, Manu’s first international success came in 2017 when she won the silver medal at the 2017 Asian Junior Championships.
- At the 2017 National games held in Kerala, she won 9 gold medals, there, she also defeated Heena Sidhu (multiple World Cup medalist), and also broke Sidhu’s record of 240.8 points, scoring 242.3 points in the final.
- At the 2018 International Shooting Sport Federation World Cup held in Guadalajara, Mexico, Manu Bhaker defeatd Mexico’s Alejandra Zavala (a two-time champion) and won the gold medal in the Women’s 10 meter air pistol. She also became the youngest Indian to win a gold medal at the World Cup.
- At the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, Manu Bhaker set a new Commonwealth Games record of 240.9 points.
- Manu Bhaker’s parents say that she is such an adventurous and fearless girl that once during a bungee-jumping in Shimla, she didn’t even wait for the instructor’s advice to jump off the platform.
- During an interview, she revealed that she hates talking about her chances of being on the podium.