Chadalavada Anandha Sundhararaman Bhavani Devi aka C. A. Bhavani Devi is an Indian saber(fencer). CA Bhavani Devi is the first woman in India to qualify for the Olympics, She made history by becoming the first Indian to win a gold medal at the Senior Commonwealth Fencing Championship in Canberra in the saber event.
She became one of the 15 athletes selected ‘GoSports Foundation’ for the Rahul Dravid Athlete Mentorship Programme, in 2015
She trains in Italy as well as at the Sports Authority of India in Kannur. Her official FIE rank is 42
C.A. Bhavani Devi Physical Appearance:
Personal & Parental Info:
|Age||27 Years (from 2021)|
|Date of Birth||27 August 1993|
|Parents||Father-C Anandha Sundhararaman|
Mother- CA Ramani (a homemaker)
|Siblings||Brother- Two Brother|
Sister- Elder Sister
|Home Town||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
C.A. Bhavani Devi was born in Chennai on 27 August 1993. Her father(Anandha Sundhararaman) was a Hindu priest and her mother (CA Ramani) a homemaker(Bhavani said her mother was her greatest inspiration to pursue her fencing career and she also said that her mother was very supportive and work very hard to arrange money to make Bhavani participate in tournaments ) She has two brothers and two elder sisters.
She did her schooling at Muruga Dhanushkodi Girls and then attended the St. College of Engineering, Chennai after completing her secondary education Bhavani joined the sports authorities of India center in Thalassery, Kerala, Chennai.
At the age of 14, she appeared at her first international tournament in Turkey. C A Bhavani Devi Started her sports career in 2003.
Medals and tournament
·2009 – Bronze Medal in Common Wealth Championship was held in Malaysia
·2010 – Bronze in International Open held in Thailand
·2010 – Bronze in Cadet Asian Championship was held in the Philippines
·2012 – Silver and Bronze in Common Wealth Championship held in Jersey
·2014 – Silver Medal in Asian Championship held in the Philippines under-23 category
·2015 – The bronze Under-23 Asian Championship was held in Mongolia and the 2015 Flemish Open was held in Belgium
· She became the first Indian fencer to win gold at a World Cup event when she triumphed in individual saber at the event at Reykjavik, Iceland in 2017
·2018 – Gold medal at the Senior Commonwealth Fencing Championship in Australia
·2019 – Silver and bronze medal in Tournoi Satellite Fencing Competition held in Belgium and Iceland
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