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Rohit Jangid (born August 5, 1993) is an Indian Wushu player.
- In childhood, I was physically very weak and often used to get beaten by the stronger boys in the class. I was studying 9th class at that time. Rajesh Taylor, a former national coach, was working as the coach of the Rajasthan Sports Council. I started training under him. His training center was around 5 kilometers from my home.
- Rajasthan cop and Wushu player, Rohit Jangid set to debut in Punjabi music video - Times of India (in en). The Times of India.
- My parents never supported me to play Wushu. Simultaneously, my surroundings also were not sympathetic. Still, I ignored all these odds and continued training under Rajesh sir. I began to win state-level competitions in Jaipur and Rajasthan. Still, my parents did not change their minds. Even before my first competition outside Rajasthan in 2010, they strongly objected and were not allowing me to go to Bhopal to take part in that West Zone Wushu championship. But after I returned with a bronze medal the scenario changed and I also decided to make my career professionally with Wushu. 
- Rajasthan Government has come forward noticeably, supporting Wushu a lot. More than 50 Wushu players in this state have been provided jobs in the last five years. It is a solid boost for the players who are learning the game now.