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Mamatha Name Mamatha
NOC IND - India India Date of Birth 12 MAY 1984
Residence Gender Female
Height 177 cm Weight 70 kg
Discipline Kabaddi

Kabaddi

Result
Start Date Start Time Phase Point Results Opponent
2014-10-03 10:00 Women's Team Gold Medal Match 31 : 21 Win IRI - Iran IRI
2014-10-02 10:00 Women's Team Semifinals 41 : 28 Win THA - Thailand THA
2014-09-30 11:00 Women's Team Preliminary Group A 45 : 26 Win KOR - Korea, Republic of KOR
2014-09-28 09:20 Women's Team Preliminary Group A 29 : 18 Win BAN - Bangladesh BAN

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
1Team 2010Guangzhou, CHN

Detailed Information

Biography
Nickname Kabaddi Queen (daijiworld.com, 12 Aug 2014)
Hobbies Eating sea food, volleyball. (timescrest.com, 04 Dec 2010)
Occupation Athlete, Railway Worker
Higher education Mangalore University, India
Spouse & Children Husband Abhishek Kotian
Club Railways Sports Promotion Board [RSPB], India
Coach Dhanam Reddy [club], IND; Nita Dadwe [national]; E. Bhaskaran [national] (news.webindia123.com, 12 Aug 2014; timesofindia.indiatimes.com, 05 Sep 2014)
Position / Style Raider (mangalorean.com, 24 Dec 2010)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
She began playing kabaddi at age 16 at school. (mangaloretoday.com, 02 Sep 2014)

Reason for taking up this sport
She originally played volleyball, but she was drafted into her school kabbadi team only because it was one player short. (mangaloretoday.com, 02 Sep 2014)

Most memorable sporting achievement
Winning gold at the 2012 World Cup in Patna, India. (thehindu.com, 15 Aug 2014)

Hero
Indian kabaddi players Anuradha and Pooja Sharma. (mangalorean.com, 24 Dec 2010)

Most influential person in career
Coach Dhanam Reddy. (thehindu.com, 15 Aug 2014)

Awards
She was honoured with the Arjuna Award in 2014. (mangaloretoday.com, 02 Sep 2014)

She was named Best Raider of the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China. (deccanherald.com, 10 Dec 2010)

She captained the India national kabbadi team at the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, China and at the 2012 World Cup in Patna, India. (scr.indianrailways.gov.in, 13 Aug 2014)