Muhammed Anas Yahiya Biography: Personal Life, Career, Playing Style, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Facts & Networth

Muhammed Anas Yahiya

Muhammed Anas Yahiya Biography

Indian sprinter Seaman Muhammed Anas Yahiya was born on September 17, of the year 1994, and he specializes in the 400-meter race. Anas Yahiya took part in the 400-meter and the 4-by-400-meter relay events at the 2016 Summer Olympics, and Anas Yahiya now owns the national 400-meter record (45.24) that Anas Yahiya achieved at the 2019 Czech Athletics Championships.

Early Life

Muhammed Anas Yahiya was born in Nilamel on September 17, of the year 1994. At the Style Sports Academy in Nilamel, Anas started competing in sports. When his school team needed a last-minute replacement for a 400 m competition, Muhammed Anas Yahiya accidentally switched from long jump to 400 m training. At the 2017 World University Games, Anas Yahiya’s younger brother took part in the long jump competition.

Muhammed Anas Yahiya attended Sree Krishna College, a school connected to Calicut University, to further his education. Anas Yahiya acted as the university’s national representative.

Archery Career

At the Polish Athletics Championships in June 2016, Anas broke the country’s 400-meter record, clocking a time of 45.40 seconds—exactly the Olympic qualification time for 2016. After Milkha Singh (1956 and 1960) and K. M. Binu (2004), Anas Yahiya became the third athlete from India to qualify for this Olympic event.

Anas was a member of the relay team that broke the 4 400 m national record in Bangalore in July 2016 and qualified for the Olympics in Rio. The team of Anas, Kunhu Muhammed, Ayyasamy Dharun, and Arokia Rajiv beat their previous best of 3:02.17 established in Turkey four weeks earlier by clocking 3:00:91. They were ranked number 13 in the world as a result.

In the solo 400 m, men’s 4400 m, and mixed 4400 m relays at the 2018 Asian Games, Anas took home two silver medals and one gold. While his men’s 4400 m team did not finish, Anas Yahiya finished fourth in the 400 m at the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Rajesh Ramesh, who was injured, was replaced by Anas in the 4x400m relay team for the 2022 Commonwealth Games by the Athletics Federation of India (AFI).

Bio Data

Born:                17 September 1994 

Age:                    28 Years

Birth Place:       Nilamel, Kerala, India

Alma mater:     Sree Krishna College, Guruvayur

Height:             177 cm (5 ft 10 in)

Weight:            70 kg (154 lb)

Allegiance:      India

Service/branch: Indian Navy

Rank:               Seaman

Sport:              Track and field

Event(s):          200 metres, 400 metres

Club:                Indian Navy

Coached by:    Galina Bukharina

                           PB Jaikumar (personal)

                           Mohammed Kunji (personal)