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Birth Anniversary of Sardara Singh (Hockey Player)

15/07/2020

• Sardara Singh is an Indian professional field hockey player. • Sardara Singh became the youngest player to captain the Indian team when he led the side at the 2008 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. • Sardara Singh was awarded Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian award of India, in 2015. • Sardara Singh became the highest-paid marquee player at the inaugural Hockey India League auctions as the Delhi franchise bought him for USD 78,000 (?42.49 lakh). • Sardara Singh Awarded 'Player of Tournament' in the 2012 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, where India won the Bronze. • Sardara Singh was adjudged the Player of the Tournament in the 2012 Summer Olympics Qualifiers, where India won the Gold. • Sardara Singh was adjudged the Player of the Tournament in the 2010 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, where India won the Gold. • Sardara Singh participated in Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament in Malaysia in the year 2006 and the team won Bronze Medal. • Sardara Singh participated in SAF Games at Colombo in the year 2006 and the team scored 2nd position. • Sardara Singh participated in 7th Junior Challenge Open Men's at Poland 2006 and scored 2nd position. • Sardara Singh participated in BDO Hockey Champions Challenge at Belgium 2007 and got Bronze Medal. • Sardara Singh participated in Commonwealth Games 2006 at Melbourne. • Sardara Singh participated in INDO-PAK series 2006. • Sardara Singh participated in Four Nations International Tournament at Germany and the team scored Bronze Medal. • Sardara Singh also participated in Four Nations Hockey Tournament at Lahore and the team win Silver Medal. • Sardara Singh participated in Hockey Asia Cup at Chennai 2007 and the team grabbed Gold Medal. • Sardara Singh participated for India in Canada for the 7 game Test Series against the Canadian National Field Hockey Team

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