Manasi Joshi Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Images
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Manasi Joshi Wiki, Biography, Age, Family, Images

Manasi Joshi is an Indian Para-Badminton athlete, who gained the Gold medal in ladies’s single in 2019 Para Olympics which was held at St. Jakobshalle in Basel, Switzerland. On the age of six, she began enjoying badminton together with her father. Her father is a retired scientist from the Bhabha Atomic Analysis Centre. On account of her curiosity in badminton, she continued her sport and gained a number of medals in Para-Badminton.

Within the yr 2015, she participated in Para-Badminton World Championship held in Stoke Mandeville, England the place she gained a Silver Medal in Blended doubles. Then within the yr 2018, she gained a Bronze medal for India on the Asian Para Video games held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Manasi Joshi Biography

Name Manasi Joshi
Real Name Manasi Girishchandra Joshi
Nickname Manasi
Career Para-Badminton athlete
Date of Birth 11 June 1989
Age 30 (as of 2019)
Zodiac sign Yet to be updated
Family Father: Yet to be updated
Mother: Yet to be updated
Marital Standing Yet to be updated
Affairs/Boyfriends NA
Husband NA
Youngsters NA
Religion Hindu
Educational Qualification Yet to be updated
School Yet to be updated
College Yet to be updated
Hobbies Gardening
Birth Place Yet to be updated
Hometown Yet to be updated
Current City Yet to be updated
Nationality India

Manasi Joshi’s Official Social Profiles

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instagram.com/joshi.manasi/

Fascinating Info about Manasi Joshi

  • Within the yr 2011, Manasi Joshi misplaced her left leg in an accident.
  • She likes to do gardening and likes to have tea.

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Manasi Joshi Medals

  • 2015 Silver medal in blended doubles Para-Badminton World Championships
  • 2016 Bronze in Para-Badminton Asian Championships ladies’s singles & ladies’s doubles
  • 2017 Bronze in ladies’s singles Para-Badminton World Championships
  • 2018 Bronze medal in ladies’s singles at Thailand Para-Badminton Worldwide
  • 2018 Bronze medal in ladies’s singles in Asian Para Video games 2018
  • 2019 Gold medal in ladies’s single in Para Olympics

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