Biography / Wiki
Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat is a female athlete who represents India internationally in the 25-meter pistol shooting event. She became the first woman to win a gold medal in shooting at the Asian Games for India at the 2018 Jakarta Palembang Asian Games in the women’s 25-meter pistol event.
She won her first gold medal at the 2008 Commonwealth Youth Games and also won two gold medals in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. Currently, she hit the headlines as he is a part of the Indian contingent being sent for the Tokyo Olympics 2021.
Height / Weight / Age
Born on 30 October 1990, Rahi Sarnobat will turn 30 years old in the year 2020. She seems to be tall with a height of 157 in centimeters and 5’2” in feet and inches. She is a well-built lady with body measurements of 34 inches breast, 28 inches waist, and 34 inches hips.
Being a Sports personality, she seems very fit and healthy and weighs 80 kg in kilograms and 175 lbs in pounds approximately. Her black eyes color and black hair make his personality even more rocking.
According to the sources, the estimated net worth of Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat is not known.
Education / Family
Rahi was born and raised up in Kolhapur, Maharashtra, Mumbai, and belongs to a Hindu family. She is born to her father Jeevan Sarnobat and her mother Prabha Sarnobat. She completed her schooling at Usharaje High School, Kolhapur.
After that, she attended Balewadi Shooting Range, Pune, for her training in firearms but due to inadequate facilities in Kolhapur for training in firearms, she moved to Mumbai at Shiva Chattrapati Sports Complex, Pune. As for her education, she studied her higher studies at Vivekanand College, Kolhapur.
Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat
|Birth Place||Kolhapur, Maharashtra, Mumbai|
|Date Of Birth||30 October 1990|
|Age||30 years old (as of 2020)|
|Height||In centimeters – 157 cm
In feet inches – 5’2”
|Weight||In kilograms – 80 kg
In pounds – 175 lbs
|School||Usharaje High School, Kolhapur|
|College||Balewadi Shooting Range, Pune
Vivekanand College, Kolhapur
Shiva Chattrapati Sports Complex, Pune
|Home Town||Kolhapur, Maharashtra, Mumbai|
|Fathers Name||Jeevan Sarnobat|
|Mothers Name||Prabha Sarnobat
Career / Fashion And Style
As per her career, she wins a gold medal in the World Cup in the 25-meter pistol event in the ISSF World Cup and became India’s first pistol shooter to do so. She won gold in the women’s 25-meter pistol event in the 2014 Commonwealth Games at Glasgow.
At the 2014 Asian Games at Incheon, she won the bronze medal in the 25-meter pistol team event where she teamed up with Anisa Sayyed and Heena Sidhu. In 2015, she met with an accident that affected her elbow and it took almost two years to fully heal.
In the 2011 World Cup event, she won a bronze medal which led to her selection for the London Olympics in 2012. She was recommended for the country’s prestigious Arjuna Award in 2015 by NRAI. Rahi became the first Indian woman to become an individual Asian Games gold medallist in the shooting on 22 August 2018.
She won the gold medal in the women’s 25m pistol event in ISSF World Cup in Osijek. She was selected for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics after she won the gold medal at the Munich World Cup event in 2019.
Boyfriends, Affairs, Husband, and More
Here we are providing you a list of her favorite things.
|Favorite Actors||Not Known|
|Favorite Actress||Not Known|
|Favorite Musical Instrument||Not Known|
|Favorite Singer(s)||Not Known|
|Favorite Food||Vada Pav, Chakkli|
|Favorite TV Shows||Bade Acche Lagte Hain|
|Favorite Shooter(s)||Tejaswini Sawant|
Some Interesting Facts About Rahi Sarnobat
- Her full name is Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat.
- She is better known by the name of Golden Girl.
- Her zodiac sign is Scorpio.
- Her hobbies include Reading, Doing Yoga, and Travelling.
- She considered Tejaswini Sawant as her inspiration.
- She got selected for the 2012 London Olympics after winning bronze in the 2011 World Cup.
- She suffered a severe elbow injury in 2015.
- She is mentored by her coach Anatolii Piddubnyi.
- She is conferred with the Arjuna Award by the Government of India in 2018.