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|Born||Sisoli village, Meerut district, Uttar Pradesh|
Alka Tomar is an Indian wrestler. The national National Women Wrestling champion of India, she received the bronze medal in Wrestling (55 kg Freestyle) at the Doha Asian Games in 2006. Alka Tomar also received a bronze at the Senior Wrestling Championships in Guangzhou in China 2006.
She is also a recipient of the 2007 Arjuna Award given for outstanding achievements in sports.She has also received Yash Bharti award.
She was born and brought-up in a village of Sisoli in Meerut. She has completed her Graduation (B.P.E.) and Post-Graduation (M.P.E.) from Noida College of Physical Education,Dadri.
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