Tokyo Olympics: Punjab Farmer’s Daughter Increases National Pride on Tokyo Land, Learn Some Special Things About Gurjeet


India’s women’s hockey team has entered the semifinals for the first time by beating Australia 1-0 at the Tokyo Olympics.

punjab hockey player gurjeet kaur
punjab hockey player gurjeet kaur

In fact this history has been created by Gurjit Kaur who was born in a peasant family. In this match, India has defeated Australia with the goal of drag flicker Gurjeet Kaur. The family of Gurjeet, 25, of Miyadi Kalan (Miyadiya) village, Ajnala, Amritsar, had nothing to do with hockey. For Gurjit’s father, Satnam Singh, his daughter’s education was paramount. Gurjeet and his sister Pradeep received their early education at a private school near the village. After this she went to a boarding school in Kairon village of Tarn Taran. This is where Gurjeet’s hobby of hockey began. She was impressed by the girls playing hockey and decided to try her hand at it.

The two sisters soon mastered the sport and also received scholarships. Gurjeet Kaur later graduated from Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar. Gurjeet had enrolled in BA Arts in this college and she played in the college academy for about 5 years. Gurjeet Kaur’s performance today has made the whole of India admire her. After qualifying for the semi-finals of the Indian women’s hockey team, Gurjeet Kaur’s family members are currently in a happy mood. Apart from this, laddu is being distributed in Ajnala area by his supporters.

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Let it be known that the Indian women’s team got off to a good start in this match. However, both India and Australia failed to score in the first quarter. But for India, Gurjeet Kaur scored on a penalty corner in the 22nd minute to give India a 1-0 lead. The score remained the same at half time.

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