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Manjeet Singh Biography

Manjeet Singh is an Indian rower who represented India along with his partner Sandeep Kumar in the lightweight men’s double sculls event of rowing at the London Olympics 2012. Manjeet Singh started his training in 2004 at Chandigarh Rowing Training Centre under the guidance of coach Arvind Sehgal. Manjeet along with his partner came third at the FISA Olympic Continental Qualification Regatta for Asia in Chung Ju, Korea thus qualifying for the Summer games.

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Pro Kabaddi 2016, Season 4 - Live Match Telecast: Telugu Titans vs Puneri Paltan, PKL Season match 34 online at Starsports.com
Pro Kabaddi 2016, Season 4 - Live Match Telecast: Telugu Titans vs Puneri Paltan, PKL Season match 34 online at Starsports.com
Where and how to watch the match between Telugu Titans and Puneri Paltan
It’s time rowing gets its due in India!
It’s time rowing gets its due in India!
Sawarn Singh Rowing deserves more media attention Rowing has been one sport that has always struggled to capture the imagination of the public in ...
Silver finish for boxer Manjeet at China Open
Silver finish for boxer Manjeet at China Open
'Indian rowers performed beyond expectations at Olympics'
'Indian rowers performed beyond expectations at Olympics'
Olympic rowing: Sandeep and Manjeet finish 19th
Olympic rowing: Sandeep and Manjeet finish 19th
Indian rowers continue to fight for rankings
Indian rowers continue to fight for rankings
Olympics: Schedule of events involving Indian athletes Wednesday
Olympics: Schedule of events involving Indian athletes Wednesday
Olympics: Indian rowers out of medal contention
Olympics: Indian rowers out of medal contention
Olympics Day 2: Saina, Jai Bhagwan, Vijender add shine to India's campaign
Olympics Day 2: Saina, Jai Bhagwan, Vijender add shine to India's campaign
List of Indian athletes at London
List of Indian athletes at London
Reaching quarters will be good: Indian rowing coach
Reaching quarters will be good: Indian rowing coach
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