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Ashish Kumar Personal information Full name Ashish Kumar Country represented  India Date of birth 1991 (age 18–19) Place of birth Allahabad Home town Allahabad Discipline Men's artistic gymnastics Club Indian Railways Head coach(es) Vladimir Chertkov [1] Assistant coach(es) Praveen Sharma   Medal record Commonwealth Games Silver 2010 Delhi Men's vault Bronze 2010 Delhi Men's floor Ashish Kumar (born 1991) is an Indian gymnast from Allahabad, who won the first-ever medal in gymnastics for India, [1] in October 2010 at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, when he won a Silver in Men's vault and a Bronze in Men's floor to become the most successful Indian gymnast in Commonwealth Games history, by winning bronze and silver medals in different gymnastic events.[2][1] 2010 Commonwealth Games At the 2010 Commonwealth Games he first won a Bronze in Men's floor exercise and later a Silver in Men's vault, where the gold went to Luke Folwell of England, while Ian Galvan of Canada bagged the bronze medal. [3] References ^ a b c "I could have got gold had equipment arrived earlier: CWG medallist Ashish". Hindustan Times. October 09, 2010. http://www.hindustantimes.com/I-could-have-got-gold-had-equipment-arrived-earlier-CWG-medallist-Ashish/Article1-610455.aspx.  ^ "COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Ashish wins India's first CWG gymnastics medal". 8 October 2010. http://cwg.ndtv.com/commonwealth/article/id/spoen20100155801/type/latest/Ashish-wins-Indias-first-CWG-gymnastics-medal-57971.html.  ^ "High-flying Ashish locks silver in vault". The Times of India. Oct 9, 2010. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/sports/commonwealth-games-2010/india-news/High-flying-Ashish-locks-silver-in-vault/articleshow/6716729.cms.  External links Ashish Kumar Interview at NDTV This biographical article related to gymnastics is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e