Ram Mehar Singh is one of the most well-known coach of Indian Kabaddi Team. He is known for winning the Arjuna Award as a player and then for his successful stint as the coach of Patna Pirates in the Pro Kabaddi League.
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Ram Mehar Singh has been a big name in Indian Kabaddi, be it as a player or as a coach. He has had an illustrious career with several achievements. However, there is no information available on the internet about his personal life.
The now Patna Pirates coach is one of India’s most celebrated Kabaddi players. Way back in 1998, Ram Mehar Singh was a part of the Indian Kabaddi team that won the Gold Medal in the 2008 Asian Games in Bangkok. Four years later in 2002, he captained the Indian Kabaddi team to yet another gold medal at the Asian Games in Busan, Korea.
In 2001, Ram Mehar Singh won the Bhim Award from the Governor of Haryana. In the same year, he received the Best Sportsman Award of Services by the Prime Minister. He also won the Best Sportsman Award Air Force by the Defense Minister in 1999. Further, he won the Swabhiman Award from the Vice President of India in 2001. His biggest achievement as a player was winning the Arjuna Award from the President of India in 2003.
Once Ram Mehar Singh finished his career as a player, he did not take the back seat and turned to coaching. He began his career as a coach with the Indian Air Force team and Services Kabaddi team in 2004. Ram Mehar Singh played a crucial role with the Indian National Kabaddi Team from 2009 to 2014, where he organized camps, selection trials, looked into player management and more. The former Kabaddi star coached the Indian team successfully to a gold medal at a championship held at China in 2008. Ram Mehar Singh completed a diploma course in Kabaddi from NSNIS, Bangalore in 2005 with ‘A’ grade certification.
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