Introduction to history of kabbadi in USA
Kabaddi is a team sport that was invented in India and is now practiced in more than 60 nations. It is a fast-paced, physical activity that resembles rugby and tag. The object of the game is to tag opponents or cross the midline and return to your side of the court without being tagged in order to collect points.
Indian immigrants brought kabaddi to the United States for the first time in the early 1980s. Kabaddi leagues and competitions sprang created in significant cities across the nation as the sport swiftly acquired popularity in the Indian-American community.
The United States Kabaddi Association (USKA) was established in 2004 to advance the game in the country. Since then, the USKA has hosted a large number of regional, national, and international kabaddi competitions, such as the USA Kabaddi Cup and USA Kabaddi World Cup.
In 2004, the USA Kabaddi squad participated in their first international tournament, which was held in India. Since then, the team has competed in a number of international kabaddi competitions, and its performance has gotten better and better each time.
Growth of Kabaddi in the USA
In recent years, kabaddi has experienced remarkable growth in the USA. This is partly because to the USKA’s efforts and the rising recognition of kabaddi in other nations.
Over 30 states in the USA now have kabaddi leagues and tournaments for players of all ages, from children to adults. Additionally growing in popularity is the sport at American colleges and institutions.
Future of Kabaddi in the USA
In the USA, kabaddi has a promising future. At all levels, the game is becoming more and more popular, and the USA Kabaddi squad is rising to the top of the world rankings.
The USKA wants to bring kabaddi to the Olympic sport lineup. The USKA is trying to build a strong national kabaddi program and to promote the sport to the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Kabaddi is an exhilarating sport that is suitable for players of all ages and abilities. I recommend giving kabaddi a shot if you’re looking for a new sport to try.
Name of kabaddi player in usa
- Ben Marcellus (Defender)
- Tristan Shonfield (All Rounder)
- Alex Joeseph (All Rounder)
- Na’im (All Rounder)
- Jairo Chavez (All Rounder)
- Gurpreet Singh (Raider)
- Harpreet Singh (Raider)
- Jasdeep Dhillon (Raider)
- Aman Lopon (Raider)
- Troy Bacon (Captain)
- Dillyon Banks (Co-Captain)
- Jake Kantor (Co-Captain)
Captain of usa kabbadi team
Troy Bacon is the captain of the USA Kabaddi squad. He has been playing kabaddi for more than ten years and is a defender from California. Bacon is a talented and seasoned athlete who is renowned for his leadership and sportsmanlike behavior.
Bacon is devoted to advancing and growing the game in the USA and is also a co-founder of USA Kabaddi. He is dedicated to assisting the USA Kabaddi team in achieving its objectives and is an inspiration to future kabaddi players all throughout the nation.