We constantly speak about how Sikhs are working hard and making a name for themselves all over the world. Today, we have another name in this list – Karenjeet Kaur Bains.
Karenjeet Kaur Bains proves what the Sikh community believes in when it shows its strength and becomes an inspiration for women. Karenjeet Kaur became the first British-Sikh woman to represent Great Britain in powerlifting. At the same time, she is proud of her heritage and makes sure to use the middle name ‘Kaur’ which is an obvious difference.
Karenjeet Kaur Bains Lifestlye
Let me tell you a little more about Karenjeet Kaur, she was born on July 23, 1996, and lives with her family in Warwickshire, England. At the age of 17, he decided to step into the arena and try powerlifting.
Se was number one in powerlifting as an amateur but his raw strength surprised everyone and thus began the long and successful journey of Karenjeet Kaur Bains.
To date, she is not only the first woman to represent Great Britain but has also won several awards, the most important of which is to finish in the top 10 at the 2019 Commonwealth Championships and the World and European Championships in the 63 kg category.
However, the best things in life are not easy to find and so was Kaur, but during this journey, her family, especially her father and mentor Kuldeep Singh Bains, followed her. Kuldeep Singh Bains was a former bodybuilder and himself a powerlifter and an engineer. With her guidance and experience, not only Karenjeet Kaur but her entire family got a chance to join the game. Also read – Superman Pushups World Record in 30 Seconds Set
As far as her background is concerned, Kaur did not start with strength games, she was actually a runner like her older twin brothers Parminder and Pradeep, who competed in the national 400m hurdles.
Not only that, both her parents are of athletic decent – although Karenjeet Kaur’s mother Manjit Kaur Bains did not get it to pursue sports or complete her education as she came from a rural background in India.
Watching children read and play. A spark ignited. Ruchi and Manjit also completed their studies. At the same time, he started running and has won many awards and medals at this age.
Karenjeet Kaur likes to be seen and inspired by his mother, who, despite facing difficulties in the past, pursues her interests whenever she gets the chance.
In an interview with another publication, Karenjeet also shared that “I insist on having my full name – Karanjit Kaur Bains – because the middle name is quite common for a Sikh … I am strict, and I also wear bangles. Religious symbols that you can wear as a Sikh person. When I am on the platform and pick up, I have words in my head. Helps to keep. “
Apart from powerlifting, there are many other things going on in Kaur’s life. She is an ambassador for Braun, a community app for strong athletes, and a chartered accountant who works for KPMB in London. He also received first-class honors in accounting from Durham University.
Karenjeet Kaur Bains believes his father is his role model and feels that he is fortunate to be a parent who not only sets an example for him but also always encourages his academic and athletic pursuits. Now, her mom is joining, the family is starting to get up in the gym too!