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FULL NAME: Dutee Chand
GENDER: Female
BORN: February 3, 1996 (March 2, 1996 according to AFI) at Gopalpur, Jajpur.
HOME ADDRESS: At Chaka Gopalpur, PO. Prathamakhandi, PS- Dharmasala, Dist- Jajpur, Odisha.
TELEPHONE: 9238740070 (Res Mob), 9040474203 (Personal Mob).
FAMILY: Father (Chakradhar Chand), Mother (Akhuji Chand), one brother (Rabindra), five sisters (Saraswati, Sanjulata, Anjana, Pratima, Aliva). She is third among seven siblings, six sisters and one brother.
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION: Second year Law student of KIIT University, Bhubaneswar.
TYPE OF ATHLETE: Sprinter (100, 200 and 400m).
COACH: Chitta Ranjan Mohapatra, Nila Madhab Deo
TRAINING PLACE: Trainee of Govt Sports Hostel, Bhubaneswar since July 21, 2006.
PROFESSION: Working as a Ticket Collector in Central Railway at Mumbai since February, 2014.
IDOL:
Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

STATE:
*     Bagged a double for KIIT University by winning gold medals in women’s 100m and 200m sprint events of the 65th Odisha State Athletics Championship, held at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack from Dec 28-30, 2017.
*     Won the gold medal in women’s 100m event of the 64th Odisha State Athletics Championship, held at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack from April 2 to 4, 2017.
*     Won the women’s 100m sprint title with new meet and state record in the 63rd Odisha State Athletics Meet, held at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack, from Dec 28 to 30, 2015.
*     Won two gold medals in girls-18 100m sprint (12.2s) and 200m sprint (24.9s, *NMR) events of the 59th Odisha State Athletic Meet at Barabati Stadium, Cuttack (Dec 28 to 30, 2011).


ZONAL:
*     Won three gold medals in girls-16 200m sprint (25.1sec), 100m sprint (12.1sec) and medlay relay events of the 23rd East Zone Junior Athletics Championship held at Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata from August 1 to 3, 2011.
*     Won two gold (girls-16 400m and 200m run) and one silver (girls-16 medley relay) medals in the 21st East Zone Athletics Championship held at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from Aug 16 to 18, 2009.
*     Secured two gold medals in girls u-14 600m and 100m run at the East Zone Junior Meet at Jamshedpur, 2008.
*     Bagged silver medal in triathlon (Girls u-14) in the East Zone Junior Athletic Meet at Patna, 2007.

NATIONAL:
*     Won the 100m gold medal with both Meet and National Records and 200m silver in the 58th National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championship, held at Sarusajai Stadium, Guwahati from June 26-29, 2018.
*     Won the 100 metre gold medal in the 22nd Federation Cup Senior National Athletics Championship, held at NS NIS, Patiala from March 5 to 8, 2018.
*   Won the 100 metre gold medal in the Indian Grand Prix-1, held at NS NIS, Patiala on Feb 27, 2018.
*     Won the 100m gold and 200m silver in the 21st Federation Cup National Senior Athletics Championships, held at NS-NIS in Patiala from June 1 to 4, 2017.
*     Won the women’s 100m gold with a timing of 11.30s in the third leg of Indian Grand Prix, held at JN Stadium in New Delhi on May 15, 2017.
*    Won the 100 meter gold medal in the 2nd Indian Grand Prix, held at NIS, Patiala on May 6, 2016.
*     Won the 100m gold with national record, clocking 11.33 secs and 200m silver (23.41 secs) in the 20th Federation Cup National Senior Athletics Championship, held at J N Stadium in New Delhi from April 28 to 30, 2016.
*     Bagged a treble for Railway, winning gold medals in women 100m (11.68 secs), 200m (23.69secs) and 4x100m relay in the 55th National Open Athletic Championship, held at SAI Complex in Kolkata from Sept 17 to 19, 2015.
*     Successfully defended her 200 meter sprint title, clocking 24.03 seconds in the 13th Federation Cup National Junior Athletics Championship at GMC Balyogi Stadium in Hyderabad on August 9, 2015. 
*     Won one gold medal in 4x100m relay and one bronze in 100m sprint (12.10 secs) events of the 55th National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championship, held at J N Stadium in Chennai from July 10 to 13, 2015.
*     Won both the 100 and 200 metre silver medals, clocking 11.86 and 24.52 seconds respectively in the 19th Federation Cup Senior National Athletics Championship, held at Mangaluru from May 1 to 4, 2015.
*     Bagged one gold in women 100m sprint (11.73 secs) and one bronze each in 200m sprint (24.56s) and 4x100m relay events of the 35th National Games, held in Kerala from Feb 1 to 14, 2015. She rewrote the 100m meet record for the third time in the process.
*     Won a gold medal each in women’s 200m sprint (23.72s) and women’s 4x100m relay in the 54th National Inter-State Senior Athletics Championship, held at Lucknow from June 5 to 8, 2014.
*     Bagged a golden double, winning women’s 100m (11.63s) and 200m (23.95s) sprint events in the 12th Federation Cup Junior National Athletics Championship, held at Chennai from May 9 to 11, 2014. In the process set a new National record in 100m, equaled the National record and established new meet record in 200m.
*     Won two gold (100 and 200m) and one silver (4x100m relay) for ONGC in the All-India PSPB Athletics Championship, held at Kochi (Kerala) on Dec 20 and 21, 2013.
*     Bagged a glorious double on debut, winning both the 100m and 200m gold for ONGC with a timing of 11.73 seconds and 24.02 seconds respectively in the 53rd National Open Athletics Championship, held at Birsa Munda Athletic Stadium in Ranchi (Jharkhand) from Sept 7 to 10, 2013. She also secured a bronze in 4x400m relay.
*     Won one silver medal in women`s 200m event, clocking 24.03 seconds in the 53rd Senior National and Inter-State Athletics Championship at JN Stadium in Chennai on June 7, 2013.
*     Emerged the best girl athlete, winning two gold and one silver medal in the 10th National Youth Athletics Championship held at Guntur (AP) from May 18 to 20, 2013. She won the two gold medals in 200m (24.53s) and 100m (11.85s) sprint and the silver in girls’ medley relay. 
*     Won two bronze medals in 4x100m relay and 200 metre sprint (24.14s), representing ONGC in the 17th Federation Cup Senior National Athletics Championship, held at Patiala from April 23 to 26, 2013.
*    Received a Tata Nano car as the individual champions in under-19 girls category, winning three gold medals in 100m, 200m and 400m sprint events of the 58th National Schools Athletics Meetat the Saefai Stadium in Etawah, Uttar Pradesh on Feb 2, 2013.
*     Emerged the best athlete in the girls-18 group, bagging the 100 and 200 metre gold with new meet records in both the events of the 28th National Junior Athletics Championship at Lucknow (UP) on October 31, 2012. But the medals went to Jharkahnd as Dutee represented the neighbouring state as trainee of the Jamshedpur-based Tata Athletics Academy.
*     Adjudged best girl athlete after winning both the 100 and 200m sprint titles in the 9th National Youth (U-18) Athletics Championship held at Bangalore from July 13 to 15, 2012. In 100m sprint, she eclipsed both the meet and National record, clocking 11.80 seconds in the heats and 11.85 seconds in the final. In 200m sprint, she took 24.49 seconds to equal both the meet and national marks.
*     Won one gold in 100m sprint (12.20 secs), one silver in 200m sprint (24.97 secs) and one bronze in 4x100m relay events of the 11th Federation Cup Junior National Athletics Championship, which was held at Pune from May 8 to 10, 2012.
*     Won the gold in girls-16 100m sprint, clocking 12.19 seconds in the 27th National Junior Athletics Championship, held at Ranchi (Jharkhand) from Nov 1 to 4, 2011.
*     Bagged two gold and a bronze medal in the u-16 girls 100m sprint (12.62 secs), 200m sprint (25.12 secs) and 1000m medley relay events respectively in the 23rd National Inter-Zonal Junior Athletics Championship at Bhopal (Sept 4-8, 2011).
*     Won gold medal in under-16 girls 100m sprint, clocking 12.00 seconds in the 26th Junior National Athletics Championship held at Bangalore from December 1 to 4, 2010. In the process she bettered the National record of 12.21 seconds that existed in the name of A Jessey of Tamil Nadu.
*     Gold in girls u-16 400m run at the Junior National Meet at Karnataka, 2008.
*     Two gold medals in girls u-14 600m and 100m run at the Inter Zone Junior Meet at Jamshedpur, 2008.
*     Two gold (600m, 4x100m relay) and one silver (400m) in the School National Meet at Kolkata, 2007.
*     Gold in girls u-14 triathlon in the Inter-Zonal Junior Meet at Guntur, AP, 2007.
*     Bagged silver medal in girls u-14 triathlon in the Junior National Meet at Hyderabad, 2007.

INTERNATIONAL:
*     Won the women`s 100m silver medal, clocking 11.32s in the 18th Asian Games at Jakarta, Indonesia on August 26, 2018.
*     Finished 6th in women’s 100m Heat-5 of the London World Athletics Championships, clocking 12.07 seconds on August 5, 2017.
*     Won the women’s 100m silver medal with her season’s best timing of 11.52s in the third and final leg of the Asian Grand Prix 2017 at Taipei on April 30, 2017.
*     Won the women’s 100m silver medal with a timing of 11.57s in the second leg of the Asian Grand Prix in Jiaxing, China on April 27, 2017.
*     Won the women’s 100m bronze medal with a timing of 11.59s in first leg of the Asian Grand Prix at Jinhua in China on April 24, 2017.
*     She was a member of the Indian women’s 4x100m relay team that won the gold medal with a timing of 44.34 secs in the 3rd Indian Grand Prix at Sree Kanteerva Stadium in Bangalore on July 10, 2016.
*     She was a member of the Indian 4x100m women’s relay team that created a new National record, clocking 43.42 secs while winning the silver medal in the Kazakhstan National Athletics Championships at Almaty on July 4, 2016. She also secured the silver medal in 200m sprint, clocking 23:69 secs the next day.
*     Created history by meeting the Rio Olympics 100m qualification mark of 11.32 secs, clocking 11.30 secs in the heats and 11.24 secs in the finals of the 26th G Kosanov Memorial International Athletics Meet at Almaty in Kazakhstan on June 25, 2016. She won one silver medal each in 100m sprint and 4x100m relay events of Almaty meet.
*     Won one silver medal each in women’s 100m sprint and 4x100m relay events of the XIX International Competition on the prizes of Olympic Champion Tatiana Kolpakova at Bishkek in Kyrghystan on June 18, 2016.
*     Bagged a double by winning gold medals in 100m (11.50s) and 200m (23.51s) events of the Taiwan Open Athletics Championship, held at Taoyuan City in Taipei on May 19 and 20, 2016.
*     Helped India break the 18-year-old National record in 4x100m women relay event, while finishing fourth at the IAAF World Challenge in Beijing on May 18, 2016.
*     Won the bronze medal in women 60m event, clocking 7.37 seconds in the7th Asian Indoor championships at Doha from Feb 19 to 21, 2016. She also erased the previous championship record in the heats with a timing of 7.28 seconds.
*     Won one silver medal each in 200m and 4x100 relay and one bronze in women 100m sprint events of the 12th South Asian Games, held at Guwahati on Feb 5 and 16, 2016.
*     She was a member of the Indian women’s 4x100m relay quartet that finished fourth in the 21st Asian Athletics Championship at Wuhan in China on June 4, 2015.
*    Baggied a glorious double, winning gold medals in 200m sprint (23.74s) and 4x400m relay events of the 16th Asian Junior Athletics Championships at Taipei City on June 15, 2014. She clocked a much impressive 23.57 secs in her qualifying 200m heats that shattered Pandeswari`s 16-year-old national junior record of 23.95 secs as well as Vinitha Tripathi`s Indian junior best time of 23.59 secs registered during the SAF Games.
*     Made a successful international debut by winning a bronze medal in women’s 200m event of the in the 20th Asian Athletics Championship, clocking 23.82 secs at Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex in Pune on July 7, 2013.


OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
*     Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik conferred her with the Biju Patnaik Award for Outstanding Performance in Sports and Games in Bhubaneswar on August 29, 2017. She received the award along with a cheque of Rs 2 lakh for the year 2016.
*     She was felicitated with a cheque worth Rs 3 lakh by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on the occasion of inauguration of new facilities of Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar on July 1, 2017.
*     On the night of April 23, 2017, Dutee’s Nano car was set on fire by unidentified miscreants at her Gopalpur village in Jajpur district.
*     On August 29, 2016, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik felicitated her with a cheque of Rs 5 lakh for representing India in Rio Olympics 2016.
*     On July 26, 2016, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik directed Odisha Mining Corporation to provide her a special incentive of Rs 10 lakh for participation in Rio Olympic Games.
*     The achievement of qualifying for 2016 Rio Olympics fetched Dutee cash awards of Rs 1 lakh from Odisha Cricket Association and Rs 50,000 each from Odisha Olympic Association and Odisha Athletic Association on July 15, 2016.
*     On July 11, 2016, Mahinda Group CMD Anand Mahindra committed to gift Dutee Chand a Mahindra XUV500 on her return home from Rio Olympics.
*     Odisha Government appointed her as Assistant Manager in the Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC) on May 23, 2016.
*     Bagged the 23rd Ekalavya award along with a purse of Rs 5 lakh and citation in Bhubaneswar on Dec 23, 2015.
*     SOA University felicitated Dutee with a cheque of Rs 50,000 in Bhubaneswar on Sept 28, 2015.
*     On July 24, 2015, Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) permitted her to compete in both national and international level athletics events for two years as it partially upheld her appeal against the IAAF Regulation on Hyperandrogenism which had barred her from taking part in women`s competitions.
*     On March 27, 2015 CAS allows Dutee participate in international competitions till the final hearing on her appeal against International Amateur Athletics Federation`s hyperandrogenism policy.
*     In 2014, Dutee shifted her base to Hyderabad from NIS Patiala to train at the Pullela Gopichand Academy, where she training with male athletes, under the guidance of coach N Ramesh.
*     While most of the other players share rooms at Gopichand Academy, Dutee was given a separate room with a TV and a giant bed with an attached bathroom.
*     On December 18, 2014, she was provisionally cleared by the CAS to compete in domestic events, pending a final decision.
*     In October, 2014, Dutee appealed in CAS against the AFI.
*     In September, 2014, SAI decided to take up her case in Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).
*     In August, 2014, Athletics Federation of India banned her from running in national and international events.
*     On July 16, 2014, Dutee was excluded from Indian squad for Glasgow Commonwealth Games after she failed a test, which revealed that she had excess of androgen (male hormone) in her body.
*     Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik presented her two cheques amounting to a total of Rs 3 lakh as government incentive at the State Secretariate on June 19, 2014.
*    Odisha Olympic and Athletic Associations secretary Asirbad Behera on June 19, 2014 presented her a cash award of Rs one lakh for bagging a golden double in the 16th Asian Junior Athletics Championships at Taipei City.
*     Odisha Olympic Association announced a cash award Rs 50,000 for Dutee for bagging a sprint double with new record in the 12th Federation Cup Junior National Athletics Championship, held at Chennai from May 9 to 11, 2014.
*     Jajpur district administration felicitated her with a cash award of Rs 25,000 at Jajpur on January 9, 2014.
*     In 2013, she enrolled in the KIIT University to pursue law.
*     She was felicitated with the first runner-up prize of Rs 50,000 at the 21st Ekalabya Award function in Bhubaneswar on December 29, 2013.
*     Odisha Olympic Association on Sept 10, 2013 announced a cash award of Rs 1 lakh for Dutee for winning the sprint double in the Open Nationals at Ranchi.
*     Received Rs 25,000 as the winner of the Sportslogon Young Promising Sportsperson of the Year at Bhubaneswar on July 14, 2013.
*     Odisha Athletic Association announced a cash award of Rs 20,000 for Dutee for her record-breaking sprint double in the 9th National Youth (Under-18) Athletics Championship at Bagalore in July 2012.
*     She was inspired by her elder sister Saraswati Chand who also won medals in the World Police Championships.

PROFILE FIRST UPLOADED: September 4, 2009
PROFILE LAST UPDATED: August 26, 2018


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