NANDA Srabani

7 May 1991

Events and Medals

Discipline Event Rank Medal
ATH Athletics Women's 4 x 100m Relay  


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Biographical Information


Asian Games
5Women's 4 x 100m Relay2010Guangzhou, CHN45.23
6Women's 4 x 100m Relay2014Incheon, KOR44.91
Olympic Games
Round 1Women's 200m2016Rio de Janeiro, BRA23.58
World Challenge
8Women's 100m2018Kingston, JAM11.70
Asian Championships
3Women's 4 x 100m Relay2017Bhubaneswar, IND44.57
3Women's 200m2015Wuhan, CHN23.54
4Women's 4 x 100m Relay2015Wuhan, CHN45.72
4Women's 4 x 100m Relay2013Pune, IND45.03
5Women's 200m2017Bhubaneswar, IND23.67
5Women's 100m2015Wuhan, CHN11.48
7Women's 200m2013Pune, IND24.38
South Asian Games
1Women's 200m2016India23.91
2Women's 100m2016India11.72
2Women's 4 x 100m Relay2016India45.79
Athlete, Manager
English, Hindi, Oriya
Her sister was a district level sprinter, and won the 100m and 200m at the 2008 Junior Nationals in India. (, 23 Sep 2015)
In early 2016 she sustained a groin injury. (, 06 Aug 2016;, 29 Jun 2016)
She was encouraged to compete in sprint events by her father. "I had no formal training and I just started taking part in local events. Soon I realised that this is what I wanted to do." (, 29 Jun 2016)
Jamaican sprinters Usain Bolt and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce. (, 24 Aug 2017;, 03 Jun 2017)
"When I began running as a kid, it was just for the pleasure of winning. As I grew up, it kind of became a purer pleasure because I realised there was a certain happiness even in the sacrifices, the sense of duty and the setting of the aim. It just takes a more focused approached when you begin doing this professionally, the training and the preparation, but for me, the basic idea never changes." (, 06 Aug 2016)

General Interest

She works as an assistant manager at a hydroelectric company in Bhubaneswar, India. (Facebook profile, 13 May 2023;, 04 Oct 2022)

In 2017 she began training at the MVP Track & Field Club in Kingston, Jamaica. She was given financial support by the state government of Odisha in India, as well as her sponsors, to make the trip possible. She was training there when the COVID-19 pandemic started, and she was unable travel back to India until May 2022 [having been based in Jamaica non-stop since October 2019]. "I had planned to come to India before the [rescheduled] Olympics [in 2021] to help the relay team but since the second wave in India was extremely bad, I had to cancel all my tickets. I went to Jamaica to learn. I went to Olympics in 2016 in 200 metres and I wanted to explore more, to know what the world is doing, to gain knowledge, to gain techniques." (, 04 Oct 2022;, 18 Jun 2022;, 26 Jul 2020;, 26 Jul 2020;, 21 Jul 2020;, 27 Jan 2019;, 11 Jul 2018;, 03 Jun 2017)

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