India men's national kabaddi team

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The India men's national kabaddi team represents India in international kabaddi competitions. India is the most successful team, having won Gold medals in all the Asian Games and won all world cups so far. South Indians were played this game mostly.

Team[edit]

Name Role
Anup Kumar Captain, Raider
Pardeep Narwal Raider
Rahul Chaudhari Raider
Ajay Thakur Raider
Jasvir Singh Raider
Dharmaraj Cheralathan Defender
Kiran Parmar Raider
Mohit Chillar Defender
Surender Nada Defender
Surjeet Kumar Defender
Manjit Chillar Defender
Nitin Tomar Raider
Sandeep Narwal All Rounder
Deepak Nivas Hooda All Rounder

Staff[edit]

Results[edit]

Asian Games[edit]

Year Host Final Third place match
Winner Score Runner-up 3rd place Score 4th place
1990 China
Beijing
India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan

Japan
1994 Japan
Hiroshima
India
India

Bangladesh

Pakistan

Japan
1998 Thailand
Bangkok
India
No playoffs
Pakistan

Bangladesh
No playoffs
Sri Lanka
2002 South Korea
Busan
India
India
No playoffs
Bangladesh

Pakistan
No playoffs
Japan
2006 Qatar
Doha
India
India
35–23
Pakistan

Bangladesh
37–26
Iran
2010 China
Guangzhou
India
India
37–20
Iran

Pakistan
No playoffs
Japan
2014 South Korea
Incheon
India
India
27–25
Iran

Pakistan
No playoffs
South Korea
2018 Indonesia
Jakarta
To be decided

Kabaddi World Cup[edit]

Year Host Final Third place
Gold Score Silver Bronze
2016
details
India
Ahmedabad

India
38-29
Iran

South Korea

Thailand
2013 India
Punjab
India
India
48-39
Pakistan

United States
2012 India
Punjab
India
India
59-25
Pakistan

Canada
2011 India
Punjab
India
India
59-25
Canada

Pakistan
2010 India
Punjab
India
India
58-24
Pakistan

Canada
2007 India
Panvel
India
India
29-19
Iran

Bangladesh
2004 India
Mumbai
India
India
55-27
Iran

Bangladesh

South Asian Games[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up 3rd Place
2016 India
India
Pakistan
pakistan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka

Bangladesh
Bangladesh

2010 India
India
Pakistan
Pakistan
Bangladesh
Bangladesh

Nepal
Nepal

2006 India
India
Pakistan
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka

Nepal
Nepal

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