Raj Policeman International Wushu Player Rohit Jangid Making India Proud
A Sport Which Needs Insane Practice And Focus Is Wushu. Wushu Or Popularly Known ‘kung Fu' Is An Incredibly Refreshing Sport Which Is Played Worldwide, Primarily In Asia.
“I Fear Not The Man Who Has Practised 10,000 Kicks Once, But I Fear The Man Who Has Practised One Kick 10,000 Times," Bruce Lee Said. Whether It's A Sport Or Any Other Discipline, Practice Is The Only Thing That Brings Out The Best In You.
"Dadi Ka Ladla became the Best Wushu Player of India and made it to the World Rank 4th"
Rohit Won The Silver Medal at The First South Indian And International Championships In The Indian Team, And He Was Recognized As A South Asian Wushu Bronze Medalist, National Champion In Kickboxing, Or Wushu And A Black Belt Holder, And Is Now Selected For The World Championship.
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A Sport Which Needs Insane Practice And Focus Is Wushu. Wushu Or Popularly Known ‘kung Fu' Is An Incredibly Refreshing Sport Which Is Played Worldwide, Primarily In Asia. Wushu Players Devote Their Lifetime To Learning This Sport. Such An Indian Wushu Player Is Rohit Jangid Who Has Surpassed The Limits Of His Own Capabilities By Excelling In This Sport.
At The 2014 - 12th Hong Kong International Wushu Championships - Hong Kong, He Earned A Bronze Medal In The Men's 65-Kg Sanshou (Sanda)
World Championships (Wkc) - Dublin Ireland 2018 ( Gold Medal)
2018 He Won The Men's 65 Kg 9th World International Wushu Championships - Tbilisi Georgia - Bronze Medal
South Asian Wushu Championship Nepal 2021 Silver
3time National Medalist In Mma (Mixed Martial Arts) Mma Fighter
Sanda 65 Kg. Rohit Is Employed With The Rajasthaan Police Along With His Incredible Journey In Sports. Rohit Become World Rank 4th In 65 Kg And Made The Country Proud Once More.
Rohit Strongly Agrees With Jet Li's Quote,“ Wushu Is A Philosophy Of Life. It Is Designed For Defence And Not Offence. It Is A Way To Bring Your Mind Back And Body Into Focus."
More Recently He Won The Best Player Award From Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, Followed By The Veer Teja Award And Also The Rising Star Award At The Hands Of Vasundhara Raje And Governor Kalraj Mishra. He Has Even Trained For 6 Months In One Of The Biggest Training Academy In Phuket, Thailand.
About - Rohit Jangid
Style - Wushu, Kickboxing, Wrestling
Rank - World Wide 4th In Wushu Kickboxing 65kg
Years Active - 2009–Present