This article will inform readers of some personal life information about Sakshi Malik, an Indian freestyle wrestler and her husband Kadian.

Malik was born on 3 September 1992 in Mokhra village of Haryana’s Rohtak district to Sukhbir, a bus conductor with Delhi Transport Corporation, and Sudesh Malik, a supervisor at a local health clinic. According to her father, she was motivated to take up wrestling by seeing her grandfather Badlu Ram, who was also a wrestler. She began training in wrestling at the age of 12 under a coach, Ishwar Dahiya, at an Akhara in Chhotu Ram Stadium, Rohtak.

However, there were four people out there namely, Kuldeep Malik, Ishwar Dahiya, Mandeep Singh, and Rajbir Singh who claimed themselves as the coach of Sakshi Malik. Later on, Sakshi herself submitted an affidavit to the sports department, informing that Ishwar Dahiya and Mandeep Singh are her coaches.

Malik’s first success as a professional wrestler in the international arena came in 2010 at the Junior World Championships where she won the bronze medal in the 58 kg freestyle event. At the 2014 Dave Schultz International Tournament, she won gold in the 60 kg category. And after that, she never stopped and maintained her passion and dedication to the game.

Malik has completed a master’s degree in physical education from Maharshi Dayanand University in Rohtak. In September 2016, she was appointed as the university’s wrestling director.

Meet the husband of Sakshi Malik

Malik is currently married to her fellow wrestler Satyawart Kadian. The two love birds got engaged in 2016. They later got married on April 2, 2017. Satyawart Kadian is also an international-level wrestler and has won medals in Asian Games and Commonwealth Games.

Kadian is the son of Satyawan Kadian, an Arjuna Awardee and 1988 Summer Olympics Olympian. Having trained in the akhada run under his father, he broke into the national camp in 2012 after a stellar performance at the 2012 Nationals in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh. In 2014, Chief coach Vinod Kumar, who was a teammate of his father’s during the 1988 Olympics, is confident that Kadian, competing in a higher weight category will ensure him medals

Kadian first represented India at the inaugural 2010 Youth Olympics where he won a bronze medal in the boys’ freestyle 100 kg category. He then represented India in the 2014 Commonwealth Games and won a silver medal in the 97 kg weight class.



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