29 November 1989 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|2005–2007||Bank of India|
|Last updated on: 20 January 2016|
Yuvraj Walmiki (born 29 November 1989) is an Indian professional field hockey player from Maharashtra. He was a member of the Indian team that won the 2011 Asian Champions Trophy. He also played world cup in 2014, in Holland, (Hague). Also he is the only Indian Player to have played German Hockey League for 4 years continuously. Also he is the first hockey player to have participated in (Fear Factor) Khatron Ke Khiladi season 7. He is the brand ambassador of DGS (NGO)
1) Represented India in the year 2014 Rabobank Hockey World Cup in Hague (Holland)
2) Played Pre World cup in Hague (Holland)
3) Played Holland test series in Amsterdam in the year 2013 and won Gold Medal
4) Part of Champions Trophy in the year 2012 in Australia (Melbourne). Team entered semi finals after 30 years.
5) Bronze Medal - Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in the year 2012, Malaysia
6) Gold Medal - Olympic Qualifies in the year 2012, Delhi
7) Gold Medal - South Africa test series in Delhi in the year 2012
8) Silver Medal - Tri-Series (India, Australia and Pakistan) in Australia in the year 2011
9) Participated in Lanco super series in Australia in the year 2011
10) Silver Medal - Champions challenge in South Africa in the year 2011
11) Gold Medal - Asian Champions Trophy in China in the year 2011
12) Silver Medal - Represented India in the South Asian Games in the year 2010 in Dhaka
13) Played for the Delhi Waveriders for the last 3 years. Won a Silver Medal season 1, Gold Medal in Season 2 and Bronze in Season 3
- First Indian Brand Ambassador for the Australian brand Ritual
- Brand Ambassador for Do Good Sports (NGO) in Mumbai
- Only Indian Player to play in German Hockey League for 4 years continuously
- Highest Goal scorer in German League for 2 years - 2010 and 2011
- Best Player in Mumbai Hockey League from the year 2004 to 2007
Hockey India League
Currently Yuvraj Walmiki has been retained by Delhi Waveriders for the season 2016/17 at the price of 40,000 USD.
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