Deepa Malik

First Indian woman to win a Medal in a Paralympic Games & President of the Paralympic Committee of India

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  • 2010 – Earned a Bronze Medal at the Asian Para Games, in the Javelin
  • 2010 – Was a Navigator & Driver at the Desert Storm Race
  • 2011 – Earned a Silver Medal at the IPC World Championships, in the Shot Put
  • 2011 – Received the International Women’s Day Appreciation Award
  • 2012 – Received the Arjuna Award
  • 2013 – Took Part in the Buddh Circuit’s F1 National Anthem Ceremony
  • 2014 – Earned a Silver Medal at the Asian Para Games, in the Javelin
  • 2014 – Received the WCRC Leaders Asia Excellence Award
  • 2014 – Received the President Role Model Award
  • 2016 – Earned a Silver Medal at the Rio Olympic Games, in the Shot Put
  • 2017 – Received the Padma Shri Award
  • 2018 – Earned Two Bronze Medals at the Asian Para Games, in the Javelin
  • 2018 – Set a New Asian Record at the Asian Para Games
  • 2018 – Earned a Gold Medal at the Dubai Grand Prix, in the Javelin
  • 2019 – Appointed Prime Minister’s Fellow for New Zealand


  • Co-Founder of Wheeling Happiness, Providing Hundreds of Mobility Aiding Devices
  • First Indian Woman to Win a Medal at the Paralympic Games
  • Brand Ambassador for Clean India
  • Consultant for Disability Inclusive Accessible Infrastructure for the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs 'Smart Cities' project
  • Part of the Himalayan Motorsports Association & Federation of Motorsports Clubs of India
  • Only Indian Woman to Win Medals in Three Consecutive Asian Para Games
  • Won 58 National and 23 International Para Medals
  • First Person to Receive a License for a Modified Rally Vehicle & Official License from the Federation Motor Sports Club of India
  • Holds All Three National Records in the F-53 & S-1 Swimming Category
  • Received the First Ladies Award