Quick Facts About Usha Rani. Usha is one of five siblings. With the mother being a shot-put player and father being a kabaddi player, sports was always encouraged. She was the youngest player in the Karnataka State Police Kabaddi team. The 2018 Asiad Games were Usha’s first chance to represent India abroad. The Early Years
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Usha Rani Armed with her mother’s unfulfilled dream to become an athlete, she became determined and practised kabaddi at the Kanteerava Stadium every morning rain or shine. As a school child , she grew up watching kabaddi at a club in front of her house and soon joined the club and started playing kabaddi at National level in sub-junior category.
BENGALURU: Armed with her mother's unfulfilled dream to become an athlete and the responsibility to run the family of five, a determined Usha Rani utters aloud kabaddi ...kabaddi... at the Kanteerava Stadium every morning. Born and brought up in a slum at Subedar palya in Yeshwanthpur, the 29-year-old is a national-level gold medallist in kabaddi. She is also a policewoman in Bengaluru .
Usha Rani, 30 years old, is currently working as a Police Constable with the Doddaballapur police station at Karnataka. Usha Rani was the second daughter of the five children to her parents Puttamma and Narrasimahiah. She and her sisters use to play Kabaddi since their childhood.
U sha Rani, a 30-year-old police constable from Karnataka, was one among the iconic team of Indian women who clinched a silver medal in women’s Kabaddi at the Asian Games in Jakarta on Friday. Usha’s story of an intense struggle to beat poverty and emerge victorious has become a major source of inspiration for many.
Usha Rani returns as Kabaddi queen. DECCAN CHRONICLE. The joyous Rani said that Mr Rao congratulated her and promised her a promotion and all the rewards applicable.
The Karnataka Police arrested former kabaddi player and Arjuna award winner B.C. Ramesh for allegedly assaulting a top woman kabaddi player Usha Rani in Bengaluru. Police said that Ramesh and three other officials from the Karnataka Kabaddi Association were arrested in the incident which happened at a kabaddi camp in the city.
Rani's sister Divyashree, also a Kabaddi player and posted in the Forest Department, narrated the struggles her family had to go through before finally hogging the limelight. Usha Rani is one among five siblings, including two brothers, all of whom are passionate about Kabaddi.
Usha Rani, Rakshith S, Kowsi Gowda and Manjunath Raju were awarded for their achievement in Kabaddi Karnataka Kabaddi Players and coach conferred with sporting honors on the occasion of Karnataka Rajyotsava