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The Golden Girls of Jatland [1]


  • Devendra Jhajharia - gold medal in the Javelin throw at the 2004 Summer Para Olympics at Athens
  • Sakshi Malik - Freestyle Wrestling (Women) - Bronze Medal in Summer Olympics (Aug. 2016) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Sushil Kumar Solanki - Freestyle Wrestling (Bronze in 66 kg at Beijing Olympics 2008
  • Sumit Antil (born 6 July 1998 ) is an Indian paralympian and javelin thrower. He is from village Khewda, Sonipat, Haryana, India. He won a gold medal in men's javelin throw F64 category at the 2020 Summer Paralympics
  • Vijender Singh - won Bronze medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing

See List of Jat medalists at the Olympics

Common Wealth Games

List of Jats in CWG 2010 Delhi




Hockey - Men

Hockey - Women


Rugby Sevens


Wrestling (Freestyle) - Men

Wrestling (Freestyle) - Women

Wrestling (Greco - Roman) - Men

List of Jats in CWG 2018: Gold Coast

Jats in CWG 2018
  1. Amit Panghal - Amit won a silver in the Light Flyweight (49 kg) category at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
  2. Anish Bhanwala - Anish,15, became the youngest Indian gold medalist at the 2018 Commonwealth Games when he won the men’s 25m rapid fire pistol event.
  3. Babita Phaugat - won silver medal at Commonwealth Games 2018
  4. Bajrang Punia - won the gold medal in the men's freestyle 65 kg category.
  5. Deepak Lather - He won the bronze medal in the men's 69 kg weight class at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coast.
  6. Divya Kakran - won bronze in the women’s 68kg freestyle event at Commonwealth Games 2018
  7. Gaurav Solanki - He competes in the 52 kg category. He won Gold medal at 2018 Commonwealth Games
  8. Hina Sidhu - won a silver medal in the women’s 10 metre air pistol event, and a Gold medal in the women’s 25 metre air pistol event.
  9. Manu Bhakar - shooter and winner of two Gold Medals in shooting in 2018 ISSF World Cup .
  10. Kiran Godara - She won Bronze Medal in wrestling.
  11. Mausam Khatri - He won Silver medal in 2018 Common Wealth Games in wrestling.
  12. Navjeet Dhillon - won bronze medal in the women's discus throw in CWG 2018
  13. Om Prakash Mitharwal - won two bronze medals at the Commonwealth Games-2018 in Gold Coast
  14. Pradeep Johal - Won Silver medal in wait lifting in Commonwealth Games- 2018
  15. Pooja Dhanda - She won silver medal in the 2018 Commonwealth Games at Gold Coast in the women's 57 kg freestyle wrestling.
  16. Ravi Kumar (Laur) - He won bronze medal in shooting in CWG-2018
  17. Sachin Chaudhary - He won bronze in the men’s heavyweight powerlifting in CWG-2018.
  18. Saina Nehwal - She won gold at 2018 Commonwealth Games in women's singles after defeating P. V. Sindhu after which she became the first Indian to win 2 singles gold in commonwealth games.
  19. Sakshi Malik - She won Bronze medal in CWG-2018.
  20. Seema Poonia - won Silver medal in the women's discus throw in CWG 2018
  21. Somveer Kadian - He won a bronze medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in the 86 kg category.
  22. Sumit Malik - He won gold medal at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
  23. Sushil Solanki - won gold in 74 kg category on 12th April 2018, Thursday, beating South Africa’s Johannes Botha in the final that lasted 80 seconds.
  24. Vinesh Phogat - She won the gold medal in women's 50kg freestyle wrestling at 2018 Commonwealth Games in Gold Coas

List of Jats in Commonwealth Games 2022

  1. Anshu Malik bags silver medal for India in Women’s Freestyle 57 kg wrestling in Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.
  2. Bajrang Punia won the gold medal in the men’s 65kg freestyle wrestling category at Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022.
  3. Deepak Nehra defeated Pakistan's Tayab Raza 10-2 to win the 97kg freestyle wrestling.
  4. Deepak Punia beats Pakistan’s Muhammad Inam to win gold. He won the gold medal in the men’s 86kg freestyle wrestling category at Birmingham 2022.
  5. Mohit Grewal won a bronze medal in the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games.
  6. Naveen Malik secured gold after beating Pakistan's Muhammad Sharif Tahir via technical superiority in men's 74kg final.
  7. Pooja Gehlot defeated Scotland's Christelle Lemofack Letchidjio in women's 50kg freestyle.
  8. Pooja Sihag won her 76kg bout against Australia's Naomi de Bruine.
  9. Ravi Dahiya produced a commanding display against Nigeria's Ebikewenimo Welson and secured a 10-0 win in the men's 57kg final.
  10. Rohit Tokas settled for bronze in boxing after losing semifinal match. Rohit lost 2-3 in the 67kg category.
  11. Sakshi Malik defeated Ana Godinez Gonzales of Canada to win gold in the women's 62kg freestyle wrestling final at the Commonwealth Games 2022.
  12. Vinesh Phogat defeated Sri Lanka wrestler for a gold in women's 53kg freestyle event.

Asian Games

Jats in Asian Games

List of Jats in Asian Games 2014 Incheon

Jats in Asian Games 2014 Incheon

List of Jats in Asian Games 2018: Jakarta

India competed at the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang, Indonesia, from 18th August to 2nd September. India won all 69 Medals out of which 15 Gold, 24 Silver and 30 Bronze Medals ! Jats won a major chunk of these Medals as shown below:

Gold Medal :

  • 1. Bajrang Punia (बजरंग पूनिया) - Wrestling, Men's freestyle 65 kg
  • 2. Vinesh Phogat (विनेश फौगाट) - Wrestling, Women's freestyle 50 kg
  • 3.Saurabh Chaudhary (सौरभ सिवाच) - Shooting, Men's 10 metre air pistol
  • 4.Amit Panghal (अमित पंघाल) - Boxing, Light flyweight (49 kg)
  • 5. Manjit Singh (मंजीत सिंह चहल) - Athletics, Men's 800 metres
  • 6.Arpinder Singh (अरपिंदर सिंह विर्क) - Athletics, Men's triple jump
  • 7.Tajinderpal Singh Toor (तेजिन्दर पाल सिंह तूर) - Athletics, Men's shot put
  • 8. Divij Saran (दिविज सारण) - Lawn tennis, Men's doubles
  • 9. Swarn Singh Virk (स्वर्ण सिंह विर्क) Om Prakash (ओमप्रकाश) Sukhmeet Singh (सुख्मीत सिंह) - Rowing, Men's quadruple sculls

Silver Medal :

  • 1. Lakshay Sheoran (लक्ष्य श्योराण) - Shooting, Men's trap
  • 2. Shardul Vihan (शार्दुल विहान) - Shooting, Men's trap
  • 3. Ashish Malik (आशिष मलिक) - Equestrian, Team eventing
  • 4. Pincky Balhara (पिंकी बल्हारा) - Kurash Women's 52 kg
  • 5. India women's national field hockey team
  • 6. India women's national kabaddi team - Navjot Kaur, Gurjit Kaur, Monika Malik, Reena Khokhar, Navneet Kaur, Sunita Lakra, Savita Punia, Vandana Katariya,
  • 7.PV Sindhu (पी वी सिंधु)- Badminton, Women's singles

कांस्य पदक :

List of Players According To Sport

Athletics (Discus Throw, Javelin Throw, Shotput)



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Anuradha Beniwal

Equestrian (Horse Riding)


  • Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (born 03.02.1992) is an Indian professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Indian Super League club Bengaluru and is the captain of the India national team.


  • Shubham Jaglan - Amateur Golf (Winner of two Junior World Golf Championships 2015; World Record Holder; won 100 Domestic and International Championships; 10 yr old; Born - Village Israna, Panipat, Haryana; Belongs to Family of Wrestlers; Introduced to golf by an NRI Mṛ Kapur Singh who started a Golf Academy in his village Israna; The Academy was soon shut down; So he practised in family open field in village which was converted by his father into a green with three Holes; Initial Training was self taught by YouTube videos; He was spotted by Nonita Lall Qureshi of Delhi Golf Foundation and financed by the Foundation to shift to Delhi; Father left Dairy Business to stay full time with son; Currently trained by Nonita Lall Qureshi and Mṛ Amit Luthra of Delhi Golf Foundation; At present living in Delhi and Studying at Laxman Public School; )





Lawn Tennis

  • Sanam Krishan Singh Dalal - Lawn Tennis (Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand; Vill: Jakhoda, Distt. Jhajjar, Haryana; House at Chandigarh; His grandfather, Ch. Subey Singh, was one of the first IAS Officers from Haryana; After the death of his father Kanwal Krishan Singh Dalal, he was brought up and inspired by his mother Roopa Singh; Presently studying at University of Virginia, USA; Asian Junior Champion, 2005; World No. 4 among Juniors; Bronze in Team Event at Asian Games 2010, Guanghong, China; Gold in Men's Doubles with Somdev Devvarman at Asian Games 2010, Guanghong, China)


  • Anita Kundu - Mountaineer; Climbed Mount Everest two times; climbed from both the sides - the Nepal side and the China side; First Indian woman to climb Mount Everest from the China side; Sub Inspector from Hissar, Haryana; 29 yrs; climbed from Nepal side in May,2013 and from the China side on 21-5-2017; She made an attempt to climb from the China side in 2015 but the attempt was aborted due to bad weather and she had to return back midway; She started climbing from the China side in second attempt on April 11,2017 and lost contact on April 26, 2017 but finally after 41 days she unfurled Indian tricolour on Mt. Everest on Sunday, 21-5-2017
  • Asha Jhanjharia - Mountaineer; Climbed Mount Everest from the Nepal side at 4:05 on Monday, 22-5-2016; 38 yrs; Resident of Jhunjhunu, Rajasthan and a Nurse at a Public Health Centre, Alwar, Rajasthan; Mother of two teenagers; Husband Ajay Singh Takhar works in Rajasthan Police; A few years ago she could barely walk due to slipped vertebral disc and had to undergo surgery; Then in 2015 she completed a journey to Amarnath cave by the route through Baltal in a very short time and encouraged by army officials for finishing the journey fast she decided to climb Mt. Everest; Due to financial difficulties she tried for help from government and other agencies for sponsorship for a mountaineering course but was only assured help and not given; Finally she borrowed money from relatives and withdrew all her PPF savings to complete the course in record time;
  • Kapil Ruhil – Mountaineer; Climbed Mount Everest at 9:45 AM on 19 May, 2012 from the Nepal side; During the expedition one member of the group of seven returned midway and the other a German died on way; Very exhausted and despite adverse conditions and very little food he climbed Mt. Everest successfully; He spent Rs 23 lakhs in the expedition with in the hope that government and other sponsors will help him; Village Raichadwala, Jind istt., Haryana; Constable in Haryana Police, Kabaddi player (Played at National level); Had a childhood dream of climbing Mt. Everest; After taking a mountaineering course, he first climbed a 16,500 ft peak in Himachal Pradesh and then climbed the 18,300 ft Kuber peak in Uttarakhand;
  • Tashi and Nungshi Malik (Twin Sisters) - Mountaineers; Born 21-6-1991; First siblings and twins to climb the Seven Summits and reach the North and South Poles and complete the Adventurers Grand Slam and Three Poles Challenge.



Power Lifting


  • Bajrang Lal Takhar- Rowing (Lightweight) Sculls; Vill: Balu Baba Ki Dhani, Distt. Sikar, Rajasthan; Naib Subedar, Rajputana Rifles, Indian Army; Silver at Asian Games 2006, Doha, Qatar; Gold at Asian Games 2010, Guangzhou, China )

India National Rugby Union Team


  • Chandro Tomar
  • Manu Bhakar is winner of Gold Medal in the shooting world cup. She hails from Goria village in Jhajjar tahsil and district in Haryana. She won gold in the 10 metre air pistol category. She had won Silver in Asian Shooting too. She also participated in Tokyo Olympics (July-Aug. 2021) but could not win a medal.
  • Palak Gulia (पलक गुलिया) - She won Gold Medal in pistol shooting at the Asian Games, Hangzhou, China in 2023.



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