Kahlon earned his first international senior cap for the Men's National Team in 2000 against Malaysia in Brussels. He began playing field hockey as a defender in the Victoria League at age twelve; he was selected to the Junior National Team in 1999 and was named team captain. Kahlon was a student at Camosun College in Victoria.
Eventually competing at every level of international competition, Kahlon's career would include playing three times in World Cup Qualifying tournaments, representing Canada at the Commonwealth Games and Pan American Games, and culminating with a tenth-place finish at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. In 2013, with many of his family and friends on hand, Ravi was inducted into the Delta Sports Hall of Fame.
International senior competitions
- 2000 — Summer Olympics, Sydney (10th)
- 2001 — World Cup Qualifier, Edinburgh (8th)
- 2002 — Commonwealth Games, Manchester (6th)
- 2003 — Pan American Games, Santo Domingo (2nd)
- 2004 — Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Madrid (11th)
- 2004 — Pan Am Cup, London (2nd)
- 2006 — Commonwealth Games, Melbourne (9th)
- 2007 — Pan American Games, Rio de Janeiro (1st)
- 2008 — Olympic Games, Beijing (10th)
- "Ravi Kahlon - Delta Sports Hall of Fame". Delta Sports Hall of Fame. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
- Kahlon, Ravi. "Community leader and Olympian Ravi Kahlon seeks North Delta seat for BC NDP". ravikahlon.ca. Retrieved 22 October 2016.
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