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Bhavani Devi
CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN
Fie ranking
60
INDIA
Age
24
27.08.1993
Weapon
  • Sabre
Handness
Right

Latest competitions

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
21 July 2018 World Championship
Wuxi (CHINA)
55
17 June 2018 Zone Championships
Bangkok (THAILAND)
19
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Last opponent
Bhavani Devi
CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN
Jiarui
QIAN
vs
0
0% wins
Rank
60
IND
3
100% wins
Rank
18
CHN

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
23.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Plovdiv (BULGARIA)
29.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Gand (BELGIUM)
06.10.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)
13.10.2018 Championnats du monde Vétérans 60-69 World Championship
Livorno (ITALY)

Medal score (Individual only)

Gold Silver Bronze Total
Senior

Future competitions

Date Name of competition Type of competition City (Country) Registration
23.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Plovdiv (BULGARIA)
29.09.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Gand (BELGIUM)
06.10.2018 Tournoi satellite Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)

Results

Date Type of competition City (Country) Place
2018-07-21 World Championship
Wuxi (CHINA)
55
2018-06-17 Zone Championships
Bangkok (THAILAND)
19
2018-06-01 World Cup
Tunis (TUNISIA)
74
2018-04-28 Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)
2
2018-03-30 Grand Prix
Seoul (KOREA)
49
2018-03-16 World Cup
Athènes (GREECE)
35
2018-01-26 World Cup
Baltimore (USA)
28
2017-12-15 Grand Prix
Cancun (MEXICO)
108
2017-11-17 World Cup
Sint-Niklaas (BELGIUM)
50
2017-10-27 World Cup
Orléans (FRANCE)
99
2017-10-15 Satellite
Gand (BELGIUM)
15
2017-08-20 Non official
Taipei (CHINESE TAIPEI)
31
2017-07-20 World Championship
Leipzig (GERMANY)
59
2017-06-15 Zone Championships
Hong Kong (HONG KONG)
8
2017-06-02 Grand Prix
Moscow (RUSSIA)
91
2017-05-27 Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)
1
2017-05-12 World Cup
Tunis (TUNISIA)
107
2017-03-31 Grand Prix
Seoul (KOREA)
28
2017-02-17 World Cup
Athènes (GREECE)
68
2016-12-16 Grand Prix
Cancun (MEXICO)
60
2016-11-18 World Cup
Orléans (FRANCE)
58
2016-10-16 Satellite
Gand (BELGIUM)
5
2016-05-28 Grand Prix
Moscow (RUSSIA)
96
2016-05-21 Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)
5
2016-05-13 World Cup
Foshan (CHINA)
104
2016-04-13 Zone Championships
Wuxi (CHINA)
16
2016-04-12 Official
Wuxi (CHINA)
6
2016-03-25 Grand Prix
Seoul (KOREA)
127
2016-03-19 Satellite
Rome (ITALY)
16
2016-02-19 World Cup
Sint-Niklaas (BELGIUM)
110
2016-01-29 World Cup
Athènes (GREECE)
66
2016-01-09 Satellite
Istanbul (TURKEY)
5
2015-12-15 Satellite
Cancun (MEXICO)
15
2015-12-12 Grand Prix
Boston (USA)
115
2015-10-30 World Cup
Orléans (FRANCE)
102
2015-10-09 World Cup
Caracas (VENEZUELA)
114
2015-07-13 World Championship
Moscow (RUSSIA)
89
2015-06-25 Zone Championships
Singapore (SINGAPORE)
29
2015-05-29 Grand Prix
Moscow (RUSSIA)
9999
2015-05-23 Satellite
Reykjavik (ICELAND)
6
2015-05-01 World Cup
Beijing (CHINA)
96
2015-04-25 Satellite
Londres (GREAT BRITAIN)
6
2015-03-28 Grand Prix
Séoul (KOREA)
75
2015-01-30 World Cup
Athènes (GREECE)
157
2014-12-13 Grand Prix
New York (USA)
104
2014-11-21 World Cup
Orléans (FRANCE)
94
2014-11-01 World Cup
Margarita Island (VENEZUELA)
9999
2014-07-15 World Championship
Kazan (RUSSIA)
46
2014-07-02 Zone Championships
Suwon City (KOREA)
13
2014-05-24 Grand Prix
Beijing (CHINA)
56
2014-05-02 World Cup
Chicago (USA)
132
2014-03-14 World Cup
Antalya (TURKEY)
118
2013-08-06 World Championship
Budapest (HUNGARY)
94
2013-06-04 Zone Championships
Shanghai (CHINA)
22
2013-03-01 World Cup
Bologne (ITALY)
63
2012-04-22 Zone Championships
Wakayama (JAPAN)
28
2011-04-02 World Championship
Mer Morte (JORDAN)
37
2010-07-10 Zone Championships
Séoul (KOREA)
19
2010-05-01 World Cup
Pattaya City (THAILAND)
8
2010-04-07 World Championship
Baku (AZERBAIJAN)
53
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Ranking

Season Ranking Points
Senior
2018/2019 60 25.0
2017/2018 60 − 24 25.0
2016/2017 36 + 47 42.5
2015/2016 83 + 37 15.0
2014/2015 120 − 43 8.0
2013/2014 77 + 39 20.0
2012/2013 116 + 23 8.0
2011/2012 139 − 46 6.0
2009/2010 93 22.0
Junior
2010/2011 108 + 37 5.0
2009/2010 145 6.0
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Information

Further Personal Information

Residence Thalassery, IND
Occupation Athlete
Languages English, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil
Higher education Business Administration - St. Joseph's College of Engineering: Chennai, IND

Sport Specific Information

When and where did you begin this sport? She began fencing in 2004 at school in Chennai, India.
Club / Team SAI Kerala:
Name of coach Sagar Lagu [club], IND; Nicola Zanotti [personal], ITA
Training Regime She spends part of the year training in Livorno, Italy.
Handedness Right
Why this sport? "Initially I chose fencing to get away from classes in school. But when I lost my first competition, I was determined to win."

General Interest

Memorable sporting achievement Winning gold in individual sabre at the 2017 World Cup event in Reykjavik, Iceland. (espn.in, 03 Jun 2017)
Hero / Idol US fencer Mariel Zagunis. (ibnlive.in.com, 06 May 2013)
Sporting philosophy / motto "Success won't come in a day. You have to be patient and continue to work really hard. More importantly, you must crave and love your sport." (beboldpeople.com, 04 Nov 2016)
Ambitions To compete at the 2018 Asian Games in Indonesia, and to win a gold medal at the Olympic Games. (scroll.in, 30 Apr 2018; Facebook page, 06 Jul 2018)
Other information NATIONAL FIRST
In 2017 she became the first Indian fencer to win gold at a World Cup event when she triumphed in individual sabre at an event in Reykjavik, Iceland. (indianexpress.com, 28 May 2017; rediff.com, 28 May 2017; SportsDeskOnline, 09 Jul 2018)

TIME ABROAD
In 2014 she moved to the United States of America to work with coach Edward Korfanty at the Oregon Fencing Alliance. In 2016 she relocated to Livorno, Italy, to work with coach Nicola Zanotti. "The first couple of months were quite difficult. Particularly since few [people] spoke English. Now I'm used to this life. I cook my own food, train and do my own thing." (espn.in, 03 Jun 2017; gofundme.com, 02 Apr 2015)

COMPETITION SUSPENSION
She was given a black card at her first international tournament, the 2007 World Junior and Cadet Championships in Antalya, Turkey, for turning up three minutes late. "The hotel, the cheapest I could find, was a long way from the venue and I lost time in the commute. To be handed a black card was one of the most devastating moments of my life. My dream had turned into a nightmare. I remember sitting outside the competition hall by myself and crying for hours." (timesofindia.indiatimes.com, 29 May 2017; espn.in, 03 Jun 2017)

OTHER STUDIES
She has also studied for a bachelor's degree in business administration from the Government Brennen College, Thalassery in India. (Facebook profile, 30 Jun 2018)
Last opponent
Bhavani Devi
CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN
Jiarui
QIAN
vs
0
0% wins
Rank
60
IND
3
100% wins
Rank
18
CHN
History
  • Championnats du Monde (Wuxi) 2018-07-21 - CHM - S - S
    CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN Bhavani Devi QIAN Jiarui
    1 5
  • Grand Prix (Seoul) 2018-03-30 - GP - S - S
    CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN Bhavani Devi QIAN Jiarui
    2 5
  • Grand Prix (Moscow) 2016-05-28 - GP - S - S
    CHADALAVADA ANANDHA SUNDHARARAMAN Bhavani Devi QIAN Jiarui
    3 5

OPPONENTS (FROM 2006)

Name Nationality Victories - Defeats
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