2013 Kabaddi World Cup

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2013 Kabaddi World Cup (Men)
Logo of 4th 2013 Kabaddi World Cup.jpg
Tournament information
Dates1 December–14 December
Administrator(s)Government of Punjab
FormatCircle style
Tournament format(s)Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s)India
Venue(s)13
Participants11
Website[1]
Final positions
ChampionsIndia
1st Runners-upPakistan
2nd Runners-upUnited States
Tournament statistics
Best RaiderBalvir Singh Dulla  India
Best StopperBalbir Singh Pala  India
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2013 Kabaddi World Cup (Men)
Logo of 4th 2013 Kabaddi World Cup.jpg
Tournament information
Dates1 December–14 December
Administrator(s)Government of Punjab
FormatCircle style
Tournament format(s)Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s)India
Venue(s)13
Participants11
Website[1]
Final positions
ChampionsIndia
1st Runners-upPakistan
2nd Runners-upUnited States
Tournament statistics
Best RaiderBalvir Singh Dulla  India
Best StopperBalbir Singh Pala  India
← 2012 (previous)(next) 2014 →

The 2013 World Kabaddi Cup was the fourth edition of the circle style World Kabaddi Cup, held from December 1 to December 14, 2013 with the Opening Ceremony on November 30, 2013 at Bathinda. The tournament took place in Punjab, India.

Organization[edit]

The tournament was organized by the Government of Punjab, India. The dates of the tournament were first announced publicly on July 12, 2013. Approving of the 20 crore budget for the 4th World Cup Kabaddi, the opening and closing ceremonies were telecast live throughout the country, with international broadcasting in Canada, the United States, India and the United Kingdom.[1][2][3][4]

Participating nations[edit]

The 14-day long event had 11 participating nations in the men's tournament, with 8 participating nations in the women's tournament.[5]

Men's Tournament[edit]

DNP Did not play.

Venues[edit]

The games played at the following venues.

Opening Ceremony[edit]

Opening Ceremony was held at Bathinda. Many Celebrities Of Cinema of Punjab and Bollywood Performed at this mega event. Those who performed were actress Priyanka Chopra, Gippy Grewal, Sharry Mann and Miss Pooja.

Closing Ceremony[edit]

Closing Ceremony was held at Ludhiana. Chief Minister of Punjab, Pakistan Mian Shahbaz Sharif was the chief guest for the ceremony. Many Indian and Pakistani Celebrities Of Cinema of Punjab and Bollywood performed at this mega event like actor Ranveer Singh, Fariha Pervez, Bir Khalsa Gatka Group, Master Saleem, Prince Dance Group, Lakhwinder Wadali, Roshan Prince, Jaspinder Narula. There was interruption in Jaspinder Narula's Performance by young supporter of Bhai Gurbaksh Singh who is on Hunger strike for release of Sikh Prisoners who have completed their full terms in jail and not even released yet.

Winner[edit]

India won the final game against Pakistan with 48-39 score .

Schedule[edit]

Note: All matches' timings are according to Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30).

Group stage[edit]

Pool A[edit]

TeamPldWDLSFSASDPts
 India44002331221118
 United States4301209137726
 Spain4202140162-224
 Kenya4103132214-822
 Argentina4004132211-790
 Iran00000000
     Qualified for semifinals

1 December 2013
17:45
 Kenya32 - 40 Spain
Yadvindra Public School Stadium, Patiala

1 December 2013
20:10
 India59 - 31 United States
Yadvindra Public School Stadium, Patiala

3 December 2013
12:45
 Kenya13 - 68 United States
Lajwanti Stadium, Hoshiarpur

3 December 2013
15:10
 India55 - 27 Spain
Lajwanti Stadium, Hoshiarpur

5 December 2013
12:25
 Argentina24 - 47 Spain
Sen. Sec. School Stadium, Doda, Sri Muktsar Sahib

5 December 2013
16:00
 India69 - 32 Kenya
Sen. Sec. School Stadium, Doda, Sri Muktsar Sahib

6 December 2013
17:15
 Argentina37 - 55 Kenya
Guru Nanak Stadium, Amritsar

7 December 2013
12:15
 Spain26 - 51 United States
Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

7 December 2013
15:45
 India50 - 32 Argentina
Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

10 December 2013
13:35
 Argentina39 - 59 United States
N.M. Government College Stadium, Mansa

Pool B[edit]

TeamPldWDLSFSASDPts
 Pakistan550034011822210
 England5401238196428
 Canada53022841691156
 Sierra Leone5203205222-174
 Denmark5104143336-1932
 Scotland5005146315-1690
     Qualified for semifinals

2 December 2013
12:45
 England41 - 33 Sierra Leone
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

2 December 2013
14:20
 Canada89 - 9 Denmark
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

2 December 2013
16:30
 Pakistan63 - 26 Scotland
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

4 December 2013
19:28
 Scotland25 - 58 Sierra Leone
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

4 December 2013
21:50
 Denmark22 - 77 Pakistan
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

5 December 2013
13:40
 Denmark28 - 59 England
Sen. Sec School Stadium, Doda, Sri Muktsar Sahib

6 December 2013
18:30
 Canada72 - 21 Scotland
Guru Nanak Stadium, Amritsar

6 December 2013
20:49
 Pakistan70 - 13 Sierra Leone
Guru Nanak Stadium, Amritsar

8 December 2013
12:08
 Denmark28 - 67 Sierra Leone
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

8 December 2013
13:19
 England66 - 30 Scotland
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

8 December 2013
15:43
 Canada29 - 61 Pakistan
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

9 December 2013
12:20
 Sierra Leone34 - 58 Canada
War Heroes Stadium, Sangrur

9 December 2013
15:40
 Pakistan69 - 28 England
War Heroes Stadium, Sangrur

10 December 2013
12:15
 Denmark56 - 44 Scotland
N.M. Government College Stadium, Mansa

10 December 2013
16:30
 Canada36 - 44 England
N.M. Government College Stadium, Mansa

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finalsFinal
11 December – Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda
  India 62 
  England 32 
 
14 December – Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana
    India 48
   Pakistan 39
Third place
11 December – Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda12 December – Guru Gobind Singh Stadium Jalandhar
  Pakistan 51  England 27
  United States 33   United States 62

Semi-finals[edit]

11 December 2013
19:44
 Pakistan51 - 33 United States
Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda

11 December 2013
21:14
 India62 - 32 England
Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda

Third place[edit]

12 December 2013
18:30
 England27 - 62 United States
Guru Gobind Singh Stadium, Jalandhar

Final match[edit]

14 December 2013
22:10
 India48 - 39 Pakistan
Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana

Women's Tournament[edit]

Schedule[edit]

Note: All matches' timings are according to Indian Standard Time (UTC +5:30).

Group stage[edit]

Pool A[edit]

TeamPldWDLSFSASDPts
 India3300159481116
 New Zealand320111688284
 United States310290146-562
 Kenya300376159-830
     Qualified for semifinals

1 December 2013
19:00
 India44 - 12 New Zealand
Yadvindra Public School Stadium, Patiala

3 December 2013
13:58
 India56 - 21 Kenya
Lajwanti Stadium, Hoshiarpur

5 December 2013
14:50
 Kenya21 - 51 New Zealand
Sen. Sec. School Stadium, Doda, Sri Muktsar Sahib

7 December 2013
13:20
 India59 - 15 United States
Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

8 December 2013
14:30
 Kenya34 - 52 United States
Nehru Stadium, Rupnagar

9 December 2013
14:35
 New Zealand53 - 23 United States
War Heroes Stadium, Sangrur

Pool B[edit]

TeamPldWDLSFSASDPts
 Denmark330012094266
 Pakistan320112999304
 England310210510322
 Mexico300378136-580
     Qualified for semifinals

2 December 2013
15:25
 Denmark45 - 39 Pakistan
Guru Arjun Dev Sports Stadium, Chohla Sahib, Tarn Taran

4 December 2013
20:45
 England45 - 29 Mexico
Government College Stadium, Gurdaspur

6 December 2013
19:45
 Denmark42 - 25 Mexico
Guru Nanak Stadium, Amritsar

7 December 2013
14:20
 England30 - 41 Pakistan
Sports Stadium, Jalalabad, Fazilka

9 December 2013
13:30
 Denmark33 - 30 England
War Heroes Stadium, Sangrur

10 December 2013
15:10
 Mexico24 - 49 Pakistan
N.M. Government College Stadium, Mansa

Knockout stage[edit]

Semi-finalsFinal
11 December – Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda
  India 46 
  Pakistan 16 
 
12 December – Guru Gobind Singh Stadium Jalandhar
    India 49
   New Zealand 21
Third place
11 December – Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda12 December – Guru Gobind Singh Stadium Jalandhar
  Denmark 25  Denmark 34
  New Zealand 45   Pakistan 33

Semi-finals[edit]

11 December 2013
17:15
 Denmark25 - 45 New Zealand
Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda

11 December 2013
18:38
 India46 - 16 Pakistan
Multi Purpose Sports Stadium, Bathinda

Third place[edit]

12 December 2013
17:20
 Denmark34 - 33 Pakistan
Guru Gobind Singh Stadium, Jalandhar

Final match[edit]

12 December 2013
20:00
 India49 - 21 New Zealand
Guru Gobind Singh Stadium, Jalandhar

Doping[edit]

Issuing strict instructions for ensuring dope free tournament, he said that every participant player would have to undergo dope test as prescribed by NADA and sanctioned Rs 100 crore budget for it.

Song[edit]

On November 14, 2013, prominent actor/director Harpreet Sandhu (Actor/Director/Writer) release a song based on Kabaddi world cup called 2013 World Cup sung by Dilbag Brar and produced by ArtGauge Films Inc.[6]

Broadcasting[edit]

Television
CountriesBroadcaster
 IndiaPTC Punjabi (Opening & Closing ceremonies)
PTC News
 Canada
 United States
 United Kingdom
 European Union
 Australia
 New Zealand
PTC Punjabi

More ways to catch Kabaddi World Cup 2013

http://www.youtube.com/user/PTCNewsIndiaInternetto watch Live online. It starts few minutes before the Match time in India
https://www.facebook.com/kabaddiworldcup2013fansInternetTo know results, Schedule, Interviews and your opinion.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Match Schedule: 4th 2013 Kabaddi World Cup". Retrieved 30 November 2013. 
  2. ^ http://www.yespunjab.com/punjab/punjab-sports/item/35308-world-cup-kabaddi-2013-india-beats-america-spain-trounces-kenya-indian-women-beat-new-zealand
  3. ^ http://ibnlive.in.com/news/fourth-kabaddi-world-cup-from-november-923/406115-5-23.html
  4. ^ http://www.hindustantimes.com/Punjab/Chandigarh/Fourth-edition-of-Kabaddi-World-Cup-in-November/SP-Article1-1069800.aspx
  5. ^ "14 countries to participate in Kabaddi World Cup". The Times of India. September 12, 2012. Retrieved September 20, 2012. 
  6. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHQAhKjeY6E