Full Name: Randhir Singh
Role: Head Coach of Bengaluru Bulls
This name is self-explanatory; he has been the coach of the Bengaluru Bulls since the league’s inception, and he has previously coached the Indian Railways team, winning eight titles. In season 6 of the Pro Kabaddi League, he coached the Bulls to their first PKL title. He is constantly on the lookout for new talent in India. Randhir Sehrawat’s claim to fame is that he is assisting some of the PKL’s best stars in their ascension up the success ladder.
From Ajay Thakur and Manjeet Chhillar to today’s raiding sensations, Pawan Sehrawat and Pardeep Narwal, coach Randhir’s influence on the meteoric rise of kabaddi in the country are a fascinating storey in and of itself.
Randhir, a former kabaddi player, has guided the Bengaluru Bulls to two semifinals and a couple of finals, with the team even going on to win their first PKL title.
Achievements of Randhir Singh :
- In 2018, he was a coach for the Bengaluru Bulls, who won the championship.
- Coach for Indian Railways at the 58th Senior National Kabaddi Men’s Tournament in Udupi, GOLD Medal 2011.
- Coach for Indian Railways at the 58th Senior National Kabaddi Women’s Championships in Udupi, GOLD Medal 2011.
- Coach for the Indian Railway 57th Senior National Kabaddi Women’s Tournament in Mumbai, GOLD Medal 2010.
- Coach for the Indian Railways’ 56th Senior National Kabaddi Men’s and Women’s Kabaddi Championships in New Delhi, GOLD Medal 2010.
- Coach for the Indian Railway Women’s, Amravathui, GOLD Medal
- Coach for Indian Railway Men’s and Women’s, Chittoor, GOLD Medal 2005-06
- Coached the Indian Railway Women’s, Mumbai, to a GOLD Medal and the Men’s Team to a Bronze Medal in 2003-04.
- Coach for the Indian Railway Men’s and Women’s Teams, Kurukshetra, Haryana, GOLD Medal