Gurvinder Sandhu from Fatehabad to lead Haryana region at Circle Kabaddi Worldwide League 2021

Gurvinder Sandhu from Fatehabad will lead the region of Haryana at Circle Kabaddi Worldwide tournament 2021.The tournament will be organized by Circle Kabaddi Worldwide League, a subsidiary of Indian talent promoting organization Rubaru Group. Gurvinder Sandhu has been assigned the role of Haryana Region Head. He will soon be seen conducting the regional trial matches to select the players that would advance to Worldwide tournament scheduled to take place this year (2021).

Gurvinder Sandhu.

Gurvinder Sandhu belongs to the village of Khunan in Fatehabad. He has been playing Kabaddi for more than 6 years. In his amazingly well-decorated career as a Kabaddi player, he has been part of more than 180 matches and has won the Best Raider award 50 times. This 6 ft. tall Kabaddi prodigy will also serve as the guidance head for Haryana region at Circle Kabaddi Worldwide. He dedicates all his successes to his parents – Mr. Virsa Singh Sandhu and Mrs. Kulvir Kaur Sandhu.

Gurvinder Sandhu has played more than 180 matches and has won Best Raider award 50 times.
Gurvinder Sandhu has played more than 180 matches and has won Best Raider award 50 times.

Circle Kabaddi Worldwide League is a subsidiary of Rubaru Group. The organization was founded by Haryana based entrepreneur and social activist, Sandeep Kumar in the year 2004. Over the years, the Rubaru Group has hosted several international, national and state level events in India. The organization is one of the biggest talent promoting organizations in Asia. It produces 3 international events and 4 national events every year. Earlier this year (2021), the president of Rubaru Group, Sandeep Kumar announced his desire to enter the cultural sports sector and a couple of days later, he launched Circle Kabaddi Worldwide League to promote India’s indigenous sporting event – Kabaddi. Before qualifying for the tournament, the players would have to go through a preliminary selection process that would be conducted by the region heads in their respective states.   

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