Kamalpreet Kaur Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Husband, Biography & More

Kamalpreet Kaur

Kamalpreet Kaur is famous for Discus throw Indian athlete. She created a national record of first woman to break the 65 meter barrier in discus throw. Her best performance is noticed at Tokyo Olympics, when she finished 6th in discus throw and set 65 m record. Check all the details below about Kamalpreet Kaur Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Husband, Biography & More.


Kamalpreet Kaur was born on Monday 4th March 1996 (Age: 25 years; As in 2021) in the village Kabarwala Malout, Sri Muktsar Sahib, Pubjab. Her zodiac sign is Pisces. Her nationality is Indian. Her religion is Sikhism.


She did her secondary education at Dasmesh Girls Senior Secondary School, Badal, Punjab. After that, she pursued her graduation at Punjabi University, Patiala, Punjab. When she studied in school, her physical tutor insist her to join athletics and she agreed and participated in various sport events and won many prizes. First she stared playing shot put, but in 2014, she shifted her career focus on discus throw.

Physical Appearance

Height: 6′ 1″ inch

Weight: 106 Kg (approx)

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family & Husband

She belongs to Sikh family of Punjab. Her father Kuldeep Singh is a farmer and she lived in a joint family in her village Kabarwala Malout in Punjab.


She started her career in 2012, and finished fourth in state level. She started taking sport with focused in 2014 and started training at Sports Authority of India center in her village.

Her consistent practice and natural ability to belong sikh community as she became the Under-18 and Under-20 national champion in the year 2016. In 2017, she stood sixth at 29th World University Games.

In 2019, she finished fifth position with throw of 60.25m and won gold at the 2019 Federation Cup Senior Athletics Championship. She break record 65m barrier in discus throw at 24th Federation Cup Senior Championship and finished event at the top.

She created next national record when qualified for Tokyo Olympics, when she throw discus of 65.06m and break the record.

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