Vandana Katariya is a popular and professional hockey player in India. She plays hockey as a forward in the Indian national team where she is marking her game at the position of forwarding. Check Vandana Katariya Biography, Education, Awards, Stats.
Vandana is a part of Indian national hockey teams where she has also represented India at the Asian Games, Asia Cup, Asian Champions Trophy, and Junior World Cup.
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Vandana Katariya Biography
Vandana is a popular Indian field player who represents India at the hockey tournament. She is a part of the Indian national hockey team.
Vandana is a 29 years old player from Roshnabad, Uttar Pradesh where she is currently a part of the club Railways.
During the 2013 Women’s Hockey Junior World cup she is the top-goal-scorer making Indian win the bronze medal.
Here is the bio information for Vandana Katariya the Indian hockey player.
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- Name: Vandama Katariya
- Birth Date: April 15, 1992
- Birth Place: Roshnabad, Uttar Pradesh
- Height: 1.59m
- Weight: 50kg
- Playing Position: Forward
- Current Club: Railways
Vandana Katariya Education
Vandana started with hockey in 2010 where she marks it as her career. She makes her entry into the senior national team. During the 2013 Junior World Cup India bags bronze medal which Vandana was a part of.
She is India’s one of the top goal-scorer who has a score of 5 goals in 4 games. In the 2020 Summer Olympics, she becomes the first Indian woman to score an Olympic hat-trick in hockey.
In 2021 Karatriya was appointed as the brand ambassador for the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao Andolan.
Vandana Katariya Awards
There are various awards records for the player Vandana Katariya in the field of hockey.
|Silver||Asian Games||2018 Jakarta|
|Bronze||Asian Games||2014 Incheon|
|Gold||Asia Cup||2017 Gifu|
|Bronze||Asia Cup||2013 Kuala Lumpur|
|Bronze||Asia Cup||2022 Muscat|
|Gold||Asian Champions Trophy||2016 Singapore|
|Silver||Asian Champions Trophy||2013 Kakamigahara|
|Silver||Asian Champions Trophy||2018 Donghae|
|Bronze||Junior World Cup||2013 Monchengladbach|