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About Sumit Antil
Sumit Antil is an Indian Olympic Winner Athlete.
Sumit Antil’s birthday is on 6 July. Sumit Antil’s year of birth is 1998. Sumit Antil’s birthplace is Khewra, Sonipat, Haryana.
Sumit Antil’s age is 24 years as of 2022. Sumit Antil’s zodiac sign is Cancer. Sumit Antil’s hometown is Delhi.
Sumit Antil’s college name is Ramjas College, Delhi University, Delhi. Sumit Antil’s educational qualification is B.Com.
Sumit Antil’s father’s name is Ram Kumar Antil (Indian Air Force official). Sumit Antil’s mother’s name is Nirmala Devi (homemaker).
Sumit Antil wanted to be a wrestler when he was little, and Yogeshwar Dutt was one of his idols. Sumit Antil, on the other hand, was involved in an accident in 2015 when a tractor trolly filled with cement collided with him as he was returning from his tuition. Sumit Antil was transferred to a military hospital right away, where doctors had to amputate his leg. Sumit Antil was placed on bed rest for the following two months before being transferred to the Pune Artificial Limb Center.
Sumit Antil was introduced to Para Athletics by another para-athlete from his village, Rajkumar, who encouraged him to alter his sport and compete. Sumit Antil began practicing in Delhi under the direction of his tutor, Naval Singh. Sumit Antil began to win medals as a result of his constant performance, and in 2019, Sumit Antil won his first silver medal at the World Para Athletics Championships in Dubai, breaking his own record by throwing the javelin 62.88 meters. GoSports Foundation decided to induct Sumit Antil into their Para Champions Program in 2019 after witnessing his success in numerous tournaments.
Sumit Antil won a gold medal in the men's javelin throw F64 category at the 2020 Summer Paralympics. At the World Para Athletics Grand Prix in Italy, he broke the world record in the F64 category en route to winning the Silver medal in the Combined Event. Sumit Antil won the gold medal with a World Record throw of 68.55m in javelin throw F64 at the 2020 Summer Paralympics.
In Patiala, Sumit Antil competed in the able-bodied Indian Grand Prix series, finishing sixth with a best throw of 66.43 meters. He competed against Neeraj Chopra, an Indian Olympian.
Sumit Antil’s awards are the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna Award, 2021; Padma Shri (Sports), 2022.