Kumar Shivam, a first-year MBA LPU novice and a rising star in the world of arm wrestling, has once again made a mark in the sports arena by clinching a well-deserved bronze medal at the Open State Arm Wrestling Championship. The event, which took place at the historic Gwalior Fort in Madhya Pradesh, witnessed fierce competition with over 600 arm-wrestlers vying for glory in the Professional Panja Ranking Tournament.

The championship, co-hosted by the Gwalior Arm Wrestling Federation and sanctioned by the Indian Arm Wrestling Federation, drew attention from arm-wrestling enthusiasts and experts alike. It also enjoyed the distinguished presence of renowned arm-wrestlers such as Michael ‘The Monster’ Todd, Rebecca ‘Mrs. Monster’ Todd, and Asian Arm-Wrestling Federation President Mr. Jeenbek Mukambetov, adding prestige to the tournament.

This recent accomplishment adds to Kumar Shivam’s growing list of achievements, as he had previously secured the silver medal at the senior Punjab Championship in Ludhiana earlier this year. The senior Punjab Championship featured top-tier participants hailing from eight North Indian states, making Shivam’s achievement all the more commendable.

The journey of Kumar Shivam in the world of arm wrestling promises to be an exciting one, and his consistent success is a testament to his dedication, hard work, and natural talent. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Kumar Shivam on his impressive achievements and wish him continued success and triumphs in his future championships. His dedication and passion for arm wrestling serve as an inspiration to aspiring athletes everywhere, reminding us that with determination and perseverance, one can reach great heights in the world of sports.