Here is the biography of Indian Women’s Dicsus Throw finalist Kamalpreet Kaur
Kamalpreet is an Indian discus thrower born on 4 March 1996. She is employed with the Indian Railways. Seema Punia is the one who inspires her, and she currently trains under Rakhi Tyagi.
Kamalpreet is the first Indian woman to breach the 65m barrier in discus throw. She is supported by GoSports Foundation through the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Program.
She set a national record in discus throw with an attempt of 65.06 m and qualified for the summer Olympics in Tokyo. Not only this, she extended her record to 66.59m at the Indian Grand Prix-4 at the NIS, Patiala, on 21 June 2021.
|Full Name||Kamalpreet Kaur|
|Date of Birth||4 March 1996|
|Sport||Track and field|
|Birth Place||Patiala, Punjab, India|
|Hometown||Patiala, Punjab, India|
|Professional||Track and field|
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Kamal has also created some records and won awards. She finished fifth at the Asian Athletics Championships held in Doha in 2019 and clinched the gold at the 2019 Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championship with a throw of 60.25m.
She made history at the 24th Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championships, when she became the first Indian woman to breach the 65m barrier in discus throw.
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