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FULL NAME: Col (Dr) Bibhu Kalyan Nayak
GENDER: Male
BORN: Date not known
PARENTS: (Father), (Mother)
HOME ADDRESS: Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
EDUCATION: Studied at Charampa Mahavidyalaya and U N College, Soro.
ROLE IN SPORTS: Expert in Sports Traumatology and Sports and Exercise Physiology
PROFESSION: Works in Indian Railways. Currently Dr Nayak is on deputation with Sports Injury Centre, Safdarjung Hospital as Specialist on Deputation (Sports Medicine), looking after sports and training related injuries and performance enhancement of elite athletes of the Country.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION: Claims to have studied Sports Traumatology and Exercise Physiology in the National Institute of Sports Medicine at Havana, Cuba and National Sports Centre, Madrid, Spain.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

STATE/NATIONAL:
*     On 25th May, 2018 he was appointed coach of the Odisha State U-16 boys team for the season 2018-19.
*     He claims to have been working as coach for Odisha Cricket Association since May 2011.
*     His first International stint as the team doctor was in 2007 when he took up the role with Indian Youth Boxing Team for a span of two years.
*     He was commissioned in the Medical Corps of Indian Army in 1995 and has worked in the Army Sports Institute, Pune for six years.


INTERNATIONAL:
*     On 30 May, 2018, International Hockey Federation (FIH) named him as the first Indian Medical Officer for the Odisha Hockey Men’s World Cup Bhubaneswar 2018 to be held at Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar from Nov 28- to Dec 16, 2018.
*     Accompanied Indian hockey team to events such as Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in 2009 and 2010, XIX Commonwealth Games 2010, XVI Asian Games 2010, Men’s Hockey World Cup New Delhi 2010 and Asian Champions Trophy, Doha Qatar in 2012.
*     Accompanied Indian Team Doctor at 2012 London Olympic Games where the country won maximum number of Medals i.e. six (6).
*     He was also the Chief Team Physician of Indian Contingent at Rio 2016 Paralympic Games where India won a maximum of four medals.
*     Claims to have been working with the Indian National Hockey Team since 2009.


PROFILE FIRST UPLOADED: August 6, 2018


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