Bengaluru Bulls Coach Randhir Singh Sehrawat

Bengaluru Bulls head Coach

Name: Ranghir Singh

Nationality: Indian

Age: 65 Years

Head Coach: Bengaluru Bulls

Randhir Singh’s Career as a Kabaddi Coach:

Randhir Singh is an Indian Kabaddi coach. He is a consistent and hardworking coach. He is the one who coached several famous rising stars of the Pro Kabaddi League. Since season 1, he has been the coach of the Bengaluru Bulls. Randir Singh is the head coach of the Bengaluru Bulls for the coming season.

Under his guidance and hard work, the Bengaluru Bulls managed to win the season 6 tilt for the first time in the Pro Kabaddi Seasons. He is famous for fetching young talent across India. For a long time, he worked with railways, and his teams won a total of eight medals. This is one of his greatest achievements. He coached both men’s and women’s teams and earned his name.

Achievements of Randhir Singh in the Pro Kabaddi League:

  • Coach of Bengaluru Bulls in season 6 of the League in 2018, in which the team won the championship
  • He coached the Indian Railway 58th Senior National Kabaddi Men’s in Udupi in 2011, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the Indian Railway 58th Senior National Kabaddi Women’s Udupi in 2011, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the Indian Railway 57th Senior National Kabaddi Women’s in Mumbai in 2010, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the Indian Railway 56th Senior National Kabaddi Men and Women’s in New Delhi in 2010, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the Indian Railway Women’s Amravathui, which won the gold medal.
  • He coached Indian Railway Men Chittoor in 2005, which won a bronze medal.
  • He coached Indian Railway Men and Women’s in Chittoor in 2006, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the South Korea (women’s) Kabaddi team in Beach Kabaddi at the Asian Beach Games in 2016, which won a bronze medal.
  • He coached Indian Railway Women’s Mumbai in 2003, which won a gold medal.
  • He coached the Indian Railway men’s team in Mumbai in 2004, which won a bronze medal.
  • He coached Indian Railway men’s and women’s Kurukshetra in 2004, which won a bronze medal.

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