Avinash Sable Age, Height, Family, Record, Biography, Net Worth & More

Avinash Sable

Avinash Sable Biography:

Avinash Sable aka Avinash Mukund Sable is an Indian Athlete (3000m Steeplechase) and He was born on Tuesday, September 13, 1994, in Mandwa, Beed district, Maharashtra, India.

He Was Born In A Farmers Family And He Used To Walk For 6 Km Every Day From Home To School And Return Because Of Lack Of Transport Facilities In His Village.

After Completing His Matriculation, Avinash Joined the Indian Army And Serving At The 5 Mahar Regiment And Was Posted At Siachen Glacier In 2013-2014. Later, He Was Transferred To The Deserts Of North-western Rajasthan And Sikkim In 2015.

In 2015, He Took Part In Inter-army Cross Country Running And Then Switched To Train In a Steeplechase Under The Chief Coach Of The Army’s Distance Running Program Amrish Kumar In 2017.

During This Time, He Focused On Improving His Timing And Stamina And That’s When He Caught The Eyes Of His Trainer Amrish Kumar. He Then Has Graduated From Pune University And Currently, He Is Working As A Junior Commissioned Officer In The Indian Army.

In 2018, Due To An Ankle Injury, He Was Dropped Out Of The Asian Games. After Recovering From The Injury, He Participated In The Open National Athletics Championship Held In Bhubaneshwar And Broke The 37-year-old National Record Set By Gopal Saini At The 1981 Asian Championship In Tokyo, Clocking 8:29.88.

All Wiki Biography:

Real NameAvinash Mukund Sable
ProfessionIndian Athlete
International Debut2018
Event3000m Steeplechase
Coach/MentorAmrish Kumar
Date of BirthSeptember 13, 1994 (Tuesday)
Age (as in 2020126 Years
Birth PlaceMandwa, Beed district, Maharashtra, India
HometownMandwa, Beed district, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac SignAries
SchoolGovernment School
CollegeUniversity of Pune
Education QualificationsGraduation

Avinash Sable Achievements:

  • Asian Athletics Championships Doha 2019 (Men’s 3000m steeplechase): Silver Medal

In 2019, Avinash Broke His National Record By Clocking 8:28:94 In The Federation Cup Held In Patiala. As A Result, He Got A Direct Entry Into The Asian Athletics Championship 2019 And World Athletics Championships 2019. He Then Became The First Male Steeplechaser From India To Participate In The World Athletics Championships Since 1991.

He then Won His First 1st International Medal By Winning Silver Medal In 3000m Steeplechase, With A Timing Of 8.30.19. at the Asian Athletics Championships. Later that year, he broke his national record by clocking 8:25.23 in heats at the World Athletics Championships.

He finished at 7th and was out of the final after he was subjected to accidental tripping by Ethiopian steeplechaser Takele Nigate twice. However, he was included in the final of the 3000m steeplechase after the Athletics Federation of India successfully appealed for his inclusion in the final and therefore, he became the first Indian to qualify for the 3000m steeplechase final at the World Athletics Championships 2019.

In the final, he broke his own national record by clocking 8:21.37 and He finished at 13th position in the race out of 16 steeplechasers. He then secured his berth at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics after achieving the benchmark to qualify for the event.

In 2020, Avinash Sable Broke The Indian Half Marathon By Clocking 1:00.30s At The Airtel Delhi Marathon And Became The First & Only Indian To Complete The Half Marathon In Under 61 Minutes. He Finished 10th In The Event.

Physical Stats & More

Physical Stats
Height (Approx)170 cm (in Centimeters)
1.70 m (in meters)
5’7” (in feet inches)
Weight (Approx)56 kg (in kilograms)
119 lbs (in pounds)
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack


ParentsFather: Name Not Known
Mother: Name Not Known
SiblingsBrother: Yogesh
Martial StatusUnmarried
Avinash with his brother Yogesh
Avinash with his brother Yogesh