Uganda Men’S Kabaddi League Points Table
Which teams are in the Kenya Kabaddi League 2023?
The inaugural campaign of the competition will see 12 teams, namely JKUAT Assassins KC, Tac KC, Kayole Giants KC, Administration Police KC, Kasarani Lions KC, Githurai Cheetas KC, N.Y.S KC, UON Tigers KC, Machakos University KC, Black Falcons KC, KU Hawks KC and Kiambu Pluckers KC, who will take the mat in their quest
Who is the winner of kabaddi League 2023?
The Indian men’s kabaddi team won the title, beating Iran in the final. Know the results, scores from all matches and the full points table. (Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKFI)) The Asian Kabaddi Championship 2023 concluded in Busan, Republic of Korea, on June 30, with India beating Iran in the final to lift the title. It was the Indian men’s kabaddi team’s eighth Asian Kabaddi Championship crown in nine editions.
- The Asian Kabaddi Championship returned after a six-year-long hiatus after the last edition was held in Tehran back in 2017.
- The Asian Kabaddi Championship 2023 featured six nations: India, Iran, the Republic of Korea, Japan, Chinese Taipei, and Hong Kong.
- The continental kabaddi championship was conducted in two phases – a single-headed round robin league phase and a final.
The top two teams after the league phase made the title clash. India went undefeated in the league stage, winning all five of their games, and topped the Asian Kabaddi Championship 2023 points table. Iran finished second, losing only to India by a 33-28 scoreline.
Which team won pro kabaddi league?
Pro Kabaddi League
|Number of teams||12|
|Current champions||Jaipur Pink Panthers (2nd title)|
|Most successful||Patna Pirates (3 titles)|
|Most raid points||Pardeep Narwal (1542)|
What is the weight limit for kabaddi?
Kabaddi sports is a sport game that use the maximum weight limit criteria of 85 kg for men and 75 kg for women.
Who has the most super raid in kabaddi?
Pardeep Narwal, who holds the record for most raid points in PKL, features as Indian players dominate the top 10. In Pro Kabaddi (PKL), a Super Raid happens when a raider scores three or more points for the team in a single raid. The points can be touch points or a combination of touch and bonus points. It is a difficult skill to execute, requiring high agility and street-smartness on the mat.
- However, the two points gained by inflicting an all-out are not considered for a Super Raid.
- Pardeep Narwal has the most Super Raids in PKL with 73.
- Nown as the ‘Dubki King’, Narwal has been an explosive raider in the league since his debut in 2015.
- Plying his trade at Bengaluru Bulls, Patna Pirates and U.P.
Yoddhas, he is the top raider in Pro Kabaddi, Pardeep Narwal also holds the record for the most successful Super Raid in PKL history. He collected six points in a single raid vs Haryana Steelers in 2017. So far, Pardeep Narwal is the only player to have scored more than 50 Super Raids in PKL.
In fact, the Haryana-born raider has almost twice the number of Super Raids compared to his closest competitor. Pardeep Narwal averages a Super Raid about every two games. Maninder Singh is closest to Pardeep Narwal and is poised to become the second player to reach 50 Super Raids. He was a part of the inaugural title-winning team in Jaipur Pink Panthers and also led Bengal Warriors to their first trophy in PKL Season 7.
Pawan Sehrawat, Rahul Chaudhari, Deepak Hooda and Vikash Kandola are other top raiders featuring in the top 10.
How many Kabaddi World Cup held till now?
Not to be confused with Kabaddi World Cup (Circle style),
|Founded||2004 ; 19 years ago|
|Region||International ( IKF )|
|Number of teams||12 (current)|
|Current champions||India (3rd title)|
|Most successful team(s)||India (3 titles)|
|Television broadcasters||Star Sports Sky Sports TEN 2|
|2016 Kabaddi World Cup (Standard style)|
The Kabaddi World Cup, is an indoor international Kabaddi competition conducted by the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF) in a standard style, contested by men’s and women’s national teams. The competition has been previously contested in 2004, 2007, 2016,