Siddhant Rahul Kamble is an Indian athlete who participates in inline speed skating. Siddhant Kamble won the bronze medal for the 3000m relay at the 19th Asian Games.
Siddhant Rahul Kamble was born in July 1999 (age 24 years; as of 2023) in Pune, Maharashtra.
Height (approx.): 5′ 11″
Weight (approx.): 70 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Siddhant’s father’s name is Rahul Kamble. There is not much known about his parents and siblings.
Siddhant Kamble started skating when he was six years old. In an interview, his father revealed,
He started skating at the age of six, I always wanted to make him a cricketer but his mother once saw an advertisement regarding skating on the notice board of Paranjape Nursery School – Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and after that it was no looking back for my son. We are just happy to support his enthusiasm regarding sports.”
Siddhant trains under Coach Shripad Vijay Shinde, who received the Shiv Chhatrapati Award in 2016.
Siddhant attended the “Speedsters Skating Skool” in Pune, Maharashtra. Siddhant is a skilled long-distance speed skater. He discovered his love for skating in school and now represents Team India. In 2016, Siddhant participated in the relay of the In 2017, Siddhant participated in the World Speed Skating Championship in Nanjing, China, and came in seventh at the 1000m race, which was the first time an Indian was a part of the Top 10 in this Nanjing, Championship. Siddhant won several National Championships and a bronze medal in the Asian Championship in 2018. He also took part in the 2021 World Speed Skating Championships in Colombia. His excellent performance earned him the “Shiv Chhatrapati Award” in 2019. Siddhant Rahul Kamble, Anandkumar Velkumar, and Vikram Rajendra Ingale (along with Aryanpal Singh Ghuman who did not participate) won the bronze medal in men’s speed skating 3000m relay at the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou. After winning the medal, Siddhant’s teammate Anandkumar said in an interview,
We had a series of trials this year and we stayed in Mohali for around two months to train. As a team, we have been training together for the last five months and we are thrilled with the result.”
Siddhant Rahul Kamble came seventh in the men’s 10000m speed skating final at the 19th Asian Games (2022 Asian Games) in September 2023 with a speed of 15:57.944 seconds.
- 2019: Speed Skating at the 1st RSFI National Ranking Championships.
- 2021: 3000m relay (above 17 – senior male) at the 58th National Roller Skating Championships.
- 2021: 10000m (above 17 – senior male) at the 58th National Roller Skating Championships.
- 2022: 10k points elimination at the 36th National Games in Gujarat.
- 2022: 3000m men’s relay at the 36th National Games in Gujarat (along with Vikram Ingle and Suhrid Surve).
- 2021: Speed Inline (above 17 – senior male) at the 58th National Roller Skating Championships.
- 2021: Elimination (Rink) 5000/10000m (above 17 – senior male) at the 58th National Roller Skating Championships.
Siddhant Rahul Kamble, Anandkumar Velkumar, and Vikram Rajendra Ingale in the men’s speed skating 3000m relay at the 2022 Asian Games in Hangzhou, China.
Incredible display of teamwork brings home yet another Bronze Medal!
Anandkumar Velkumar, Siddhant Rahul Kamble, Vikram Rajendra Ingale have the Bronze in the Men’s Speed Skating 3000m Relay.
India is overjoyed and takes immense pride in this accomplishment! pic.twitter.com/M9PhmYlZiK
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) October 2, 2023
Siddhant Kamble received the 2018-19 Shiv Chhatrapati Award for Excellence in Speed Skating from the Government of Maharashtra.
- Siddhant Rahul Kamble has a pet dog.
- Siddhant frequently goes cycling.