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FULL NAME: Pramod Bhagat
GENDER: Male
BORN: 4th June, 1988
PARENTS: Late Kailash Bhagat (Father), Kusum Devi (Mother).
HOME ADDRESS: At/Po- Atabira, Dist- Bargarh, Pin- 768927, Odisha, India
E-MAIL: pramod.bhagat8@gmail.com
EDUCATION: ITI Graduate

(Electrical)
PROFESSION: Working as UDC in Employee State Insurance Corporation (ESIC).
TYPE OF PLAYER: Standing Lower (SL-3)
TYPE OF DISABILITY: Orthopaedic Polio
RANKINGS: World No 1 in Men SL3 category
TOTAL INTERNATIONAL MEDALS: 41 (19 gold, 8 silver, 14 bronze)
INTERNATIONAL MEDALS IN 2019: 21 (12 gold, 5 silver, 4 bronze)

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

NATIONAL:
*     Bagged two gold and one bronze medals in men SL-3 category of the 3rd National Para Badminton Championships, held at Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand from 15-17 March, 2019.
*     Participated in national para badminton championship for the first time in 2006.


INTERNATIONAL:
*     Settled for silver medal in mens SL3 singles event of the Japan Para-Badminton International - Tokyo Paralympics Test Event in Tokyo on 17 Nov, 2019.
*     Won both SL3 singles and SL3-SL4 doubles bonze medal in Victor Denmark Para-Badminton International, which was held in Odense, Denmark from 15 to 20 October, 2019.
*     Bagged 5th international double crown, winning both the singles and doubles gold medals in China Para-Badminton International, held in Hangzhou, China from 24-29 Sept, 2019.
*     Won two Silver Medals (SL3 singes, SL3-SL4 doubles) in the Thailand Para-Badminton International, held in Bangkok from Sept 16, 2019,
*     Bagged a glorious double crown, winning gold medals in mens SL3 singles and SL3-4 doubles events of the BWF World Para-Badminton Championships, held in Basel, Switzerland from 20 to 25 August, 2019.
*     Bagged Double Crown by winning both the men’s SL-3 singles and doubles titles in the Irish Para-Badminton International, held at National Indoor Arena in Dublin from 19-23 June 2019.
*     Won one Silver and 1 Bronze medals in Canada Para-Badminton International, held in Ottawa, Canada from 8-13 May, 2019.
*     Clinched Double Crown by winning both the singles and doubles Gold medals in mens SL3 category of the Uganda Para-Badminton International at Lugogo Indoor Stadium in Kampala on 28 April 2019.
*     Won the gold medal in men’s singles SL3 event of the 2nd Fazza Dubai Para-Badminton International, held in Dubai, UAEfrom 2-7 April, 2019.
*     Won SL-3 mens singles gold and doubles bronze medals in the 5th Turkey Para-Badminton International -- ENESCUP-2019, held at Antalya, Turkey from 25-30 March, 2019.
*     Won singles gold, doubles silver and mixed doubles gold at the IWAS World Games (International Wheel-Chair & Amputee Sports Federation Games), held in Sharjah, UAE, from 10-16 February, 2019.
*     Won the mens SL3 singles gold medal and SL3-SL4 doubles silver medal in Australia Para-Badminton International, held in Geelong, Australia from 22-25 Nov, 2018.
*     Won one gold and one bronze medal in men’s singles SL-3 and doubles SL 3-4 categories respectively in the 3rd Asian Para Games, held at Jakarta, Indonesia from Oct 6-13, 2018.
*     Gold in singles event of Thailand Para-Badminton International at Bangkok, July 23-29, 2018.
*   One bronze each in singles and doubles events of Turkish Para-Badminton International at Konya, Turkey, May 9-13, 2018.
*     Silver in singles and Bronze in doubles events of Dubai Para-Badminton International at Dubai, UAE, April 12-15, 2018.
*     Bronze in singles event of BWF Para-Badminton World Championships at Ulsan, South Korea, Nov 22-26, 2017.
*     Gold in singles and Silver in doubles events of Thailand Para-Badminton International at Bangkok, May 30-June 4, 2017.
*     One Bronze each in singles and doubles events of the Asian Para-Badminton Championships at Beijing, China, Nov 22-27, 2016.
*     Gold in singles and Bronze in doubles events of 3rd Indonesia Para-Badminton International at Kota Surakarta, Indonesia, August 4-7, 2016.
*     Gold in singles and Silver in doubles events of the BWF Para-Badminton World Championships at Stoke Mandeville, UK, Sept 10-13, 2015.
*     Bronze in singles event of Asian Para Games at Incheon, South Korea, Oct 18-24, 2014.
*     Gold in doubles event of BWF World Badminton Championships at Dortmund, Germany, Nov 5-10, 2013.
*     Gold in singles event of IBAD World Badminton Championships at Seoul, South Korea, Sept 8-12, 2009.
*     One Bronze each in singles and doubles events of IBAD World Badminton Championships at Bangkok, Thailand, Oct 29-Nov 2, 2007.

OTHER NOTABLE INFO:
*     On 2 April, 2020 donated Rs 2 lakh to Chief Minister Relief Fund for fight against COVID-19.
*     Shared the Times of India Para Sportspersons of the Year Award 2019 with Manasi Joshi in New Delhi on 6 March, 2020.
*     Received the Biju Patnaik Sports Award 2018 for Excellence in Sports and cheque of Rs 2 lakh in Bhubaneswar on 29 August, 2019.
*     Received the Arjuna Award along with a cash prize of Rs 5 lakh in New Delhi on 29 August, 2019.
*     Received cash award of Rs 31.20 lakh from the Odisha Government for for achieving national and international success in the year 2019.
*     On 27 August, 2019, received a Govt of India cash award of Rs 35 lakh for winning two gold medals in BWF World Para-Badminton Championships 2019 in Basel, Switzerland.
*     On 17 August 2019, his name was recommended for the prestigious Arjuna Award.
*     Received Rs 25,000 as the winner of the Sportslogon Player-of-the-Year Award in Bhubaneswar on 11 August, 2019.
*     In March 2019, he was included in Sports Authority of India’s Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
*     On December 4, 2014, he received the State Government cash award of Rs 12 lakh for winning bronze medal in the Para Asian Games at Incheon earlier in the year.
*     Promod the third son of Kailash Bhagat and Kusum Debi.
*     At the age of seven tragedy struck and he was affilicted with polio.
*     He along with his two close friends used to practice on the roof of a friend`s house as there was no court available in Attabira.
*     Participated in national para badminton championship for the first time in 2006.
*     Coach Shiba Prasad Das helped him play his first tournament at All India Super Six Championship in 2006.
*   Afflicted with polio at the age of seven.

PROFILE FIRST UPLOADED: 28 October 2014
PROFILE LAST UPDATED: 2 April, 2020


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