Rohit Jangid is an Indian Wushu player. When he was young, he began winning medals. He has won multiple medals in state championships and national-level competitions. He has won four bronze medals international championships.Early life and education
Rohit Jangid was born in Rajasthan into a middle-class family. His father Rajesh Jangid is a furniture dealer, and his mother Sunita Jangid is a housewife. He has a brother and a sister. His younger brother Rahul Jangid is also a Wushu competitor and a junior national medallist.
Since the ninth standard he was interested in Wushu sports.
His village is approximately 10 kilometers away from Jaipur.
He was selected by Rajasthan Police in 2018 through sports quota and is currently ranked fourth in the 65-kilogram category in the world.
He has been training under Rajesh Tailor for 8 years in Wushu and he began playing Wushu at the age of 17. His first Wushu match was held in Bhopal at the state level.
In 2014, Jangid earned a bronze medal in the 65-kilogram category at 12th Hong Kong Wushu International Championship. In 2016 also won another bronze medal in the 65-kilogram category at the 9th Georgia International Wushu Championship held at Tbilisi from 24-27 June.[failed verification] In 2021, he won silver at the South Asian Wushu Championship in Nepal.[unreliable source?][failed verification]
Rohit Jangid was selected for Rajasthan Police initially through the sports quota. However, in addition to being a member of the police, he is also a Wushu competitor. It was in 2018 when he joined Rajasthan Police.
Rohit received the Rising Star Award from the former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje in 2017 and the Veer Teja Award from by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.