Hardeep Singh is a Greco-Roman Wrestler from India and he was born on 20th December, 1990 and became Commonwealth winner in 2013 and completed as runner-up at the 2016 wrestling Championships and also became the first Indian heavy load wrestler Greco-Roman wrestler to qualify for the Games, in March 2016. He was born in a small family of the Dahola District of Haryana Jind and started wrestling during his coaching days. His teacher identified his talent and gain him admitted to a sports academy, which difficult his the wrestling basics. He coached for 4 years there and during his training period, he got worked in the Indian Railways and he started as a freestyle wrestler during his struggling days but moved to Greco Roam Style after the Junior Domestic Wrestling Tournaments. At the 58th Senior Domestic Wrestling Tournament ship, which was held at Kolkata in Nov, Hardeep representing railways Sports promoting Brand and achieve gold reward in the 96 kg division of Greco-Roman. The year finished on a top reward as he was able to achieve gold reward at the 2013 Commonwealth wrestling tournament ship after beating South Africa Julian Labuschagne in the end of the 96 kg division of Greco-Roman. Hardeep Singh also completed in the 96 kg division of freestyle in that function, where he managed to achieve to bronze reward. Hardeep lost his opening round bout in the 98 kg division by mechanical points to Turkey's IIdem Cerk and accidental out of the challenger at the Rio Olympic Games. The Turkish wrestler achieved the session 2-1 despite a tight resistance from the age of 25 and Hardeep's desires of creating it to the repechage was fanned away when Cenk finally lost the Artur Aleksanyan of Armenia 0-9 in the semifinal round. Later, the starting round was difficult well by Hardeep and he, in fact, was given a support by the referee due to quiet battle from the Turk. While Hardeep fastened his competing to the ground, and he flopped to do the required flip which would have received his industrial points.