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15 times when Rupinder Pal Singh helped India win big in the Hockey tournaments

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 25 November 2017, 12:50 IST
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Rupinder Pal Singh, one of the best drag-flickers of the world and a great penalty corner expert, was born on 11 November 1990. Rupinder is a professional Hockey player and and he had represented India in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow, 2014 Asian Games at Incheon and the Summer Olympic Games of 2016 at Rio de Janeiro.

1. He participated in the 2010 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, where India won the Gold.
2. He participated in the 2011 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, won Top-scorer Award, named in Sultan Azlan Shah's XI.
3. He participated in the 2011 Asian Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, where India won the Gold.
4. He participated in the 2011 Men's Hockey Champions Challenge I, where India won the Silver.
5. He participated in the 2012 Asian Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, where India won the Silver.
6. He participated in the 2012–13 Men's FIH Hockey World League Round 2, scored 7 goals.
7. He participated in the 2013 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, won Top-scorer Award.
8. He participated in the 2013 Men's Hockey Asia Cup, where India won Silver, scored 6 goals.
9. He participated in the 2014 Commonwealth Games, where India won the Silver.
10. He participated in the 2014 Incheon, where India won Gold.
11. He participated in the 2014 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, where India stood 4th.
12. He participated in the 2014-15 Men's FIH Hockey World League, where India won the Bronze.
13. He participated in the 2016 Asian Men's Hockey Champions Trophy, where India won the Gold.
14. He represented India at the 2016 Olympic Games held at Rio De Janeiro.
15. He participated in the 2017 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, where India won the Bronze.

Also Read: Rupinder Pal Singh: Meet the talented drag-flicker of Indian Hockey team

First published: 25 November 2017, 12:50 IST
 
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