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Akanksha Singh

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Weight  58 Kg
Height  1.63 m
Nationality  Indian
Spouse  Kunal Sain (m. 2014)
Name  Akanksha Singh
Marriage location  Jaipur
Role  Television actress

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Position  Small forward/Point guard
Career  International: 2003–present
Born  September 7, 1989 (age 26)Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India (1989-09-07)
TV shows  Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha
Awards  Indian Telly Award for Best Fresh New Face (Female)
Similar People  Kunal Karan Kapoor, Siddharth Arora, Ashnoor Kaur, Akanksha Puri
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Akanksha Singh (born 7 September 1989) is the current captain of India Women's National Basketball Team. She is the member of national women team since 2004 to till date.

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She belongs to Varanasi's famous. Her sisters Divya, Prashanti, and Pratima, have represented Indian National Women's Basketball Team. Another sister Priyanka Singh is a National Institute of Sports basketball coach. Together they are also known as singh sisters.

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Playing career

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In 2010, Akanksha was awarded the Most Valuable Player in India’s first Professional Basketball league, MBPL 2010. Her name then, went on to be forever cemented in the Indian Basketball history books as one of the first ever Top Four Players to achieve the "A Grade" from the Basketball Federation of India sponsored by IMG Reliance. Popularly called by the name of small wonder in Basketball.

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She is very agile and one of the very skilled ball handlers of the country right now. She has been awarded Best Player in many national and state championships. In her captaincy at University of Delhi she won a gold medal in All India University basketball championship at Nallor, where she was given joint best player award along with her sister Pratima Singh.

Family

She comes from a family of basketball players; three of her sisters currently are a member of the India Women's National Basketball Team

  • Sister Priyanka Singh (NIS basketball coach, wife of Manish Kumar who is also an NIS basketball coach)
  • Sister Divya Singh (worked with University of Delaware basketball team)
  • Sister Prashanti Singh (Current captain of India women's national basketball team)
  • Sister Pratima Singh (Captained India women's national basketball team)
  • Brother Vikrant Solanki ((under-19 Delhi State Football Team Player))
  • Awards and achievement

  • Awarded as one of the best four ‘A grade players’ across the country in Women section in India
  • May 2010 Most Valuable player in first All India Mastan Basketball Professional League held at Mumbai,Maharashtra.
  • May 2010 Best Player Award in the league match in MBPL,Mumbai,Maharashtra.
  • 2008 Most Valuable player in All India Inter University Basketball Tournament held at Nellore,A.P.
  • 2008 Best player Award in Lady Shri Ram College for Women, New Delhi
  • SEP 2006 Best Player Awardin XXXII St. Stephens College invitational Basketball tournament held at St. Stephens College, New Delhi
  • SEP 2005 Best Player Award in XXXI St. Stephens College invitational Basketball tournament held at St. Stephens College, New Delhi
  • Special Award in Basketball for excellent performance as a member of the St. Stephens College, for the year 2005-2006
  • Special Award in Basketball for excellent performance as a member of the St. Stephens College, for the year 2006-2007
  • Special Award in Basketball for excellent performance as a member of the St. Stephens College for the year 2007-2008
  • International sporting achievement

  • Asian Games 2014 Incheon, KOREA, 19 September to 4 October 2014
  • 34th Williams Jones Cup invitational tournament 2012, Miaoli county, Taiwan
  • 25th FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for senior women, 2011, Nagasaki, Japan
  • 33rd William Jones Cup 2011, Hsinchuang Gymnasium, Chinese Taipei
  • Asian Games 2010 Guangzhou, China, 12 November to 27 November 2010
  • 24th FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Senior Women, 2009, Chennai, India
  • 23rd FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Senior Women, 2007, Korea
  • 18th FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Junior Women 2007, Bangkok, Thailand
  • 2nd FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Young Women, 2006, Singapore
  • 17th FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Junior Women,2004, Shenzhen, China
  • Indian Camp for 21st FIBA Asian Basketball Championship for Senior Women, 2005, Qinhuangdao City, China
  • References

    Akanksha Singh Wikipedia


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