Chirag Yadav, volleyball champion and an Arts student at Vadodara-based Parul University, is all set to represent India at the Asian Championship in Japan.
The 2021 Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship will be the 21st edition of the Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship, a biennial worldwide volleyball competition by the Asian Volleyball Confederation (AVC) in collaboration with the Japan Volleyball Affiliation (JVA).
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The competition will be held in Chiba and Funabashi, Japan, in September 2021. Through his commitment and dedication towards sports, Chirag has managed to secure a spot amongst the top in the game.
Chirag is a 2nd-year student of Parul University’s Faculty of Arts, Journalism, and Mass Communication. Originally from Haryana, he is amongst the University’s students to be awarded a sports scholarship under its scholarship scheme.
Achievement of Chirag
Chirag Yadav has made some notable achievements, including winning a Gold medal at the Khelo India youth games in Guwahati Assam and a Silver medal at the U-23 Asian Championship in Myanmar in 2019.
He participated in the Youth National Championship held in Rajasthan, and he went on to win the Bronze medal at the U – 19 National championship, Karnataka.
In addition to this, he also took part in the Junior National Championships held in West Bengal and went on to participate in the Khelo India National Championships held in Pune, Maharashtra, and he won the bronze medal in his participation at the U -19 National Championship, held in Himachal (2017).