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Born: May 30, 1974 (age 46 years), India
Spouse: Shajan Scaria
Education: University of Calicut
Children: Stefan Holm Skariah, Gangotri Skariah, Ritwik Skariah
Awards: Dhyan Chand Award for Athletics
Bobby Aloysius is an Indian athlete from Kerala, who competes in the high jump event.
Currently, she is residing in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
She held the Indian and South Asian records in high jump between 1995 and 2012 of 1.91m.
Bobby participated in the 2004 Athens Olympics, won silver in 2002 Busan Asian Games and won gold in the Jakarta Asian Championships.
Bobby was born in Chemperi, Kannur, Kerala, India.
Bobby travelled around the world several times and eventually lived in Shrewsbury, United Kingdom until 2009.
She had also worked as the Assistant Secretary (Technical) of Kerala State Sports Council in Thiruvananthapuram till 2013.
She is married to Shajan Skariah, who is the founder and chief newsreader of an online channel named Marunadan TV.
The couple have three children.
They have three children, Stefan Holm Skariah, Gangotri Skariah and Ritwik Skariah.
She is an alumnus of Calicut University.
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She held Indian and south Asian record in high jump between 1995 and 2012
Her record jump of 191 mts lost in 2012 by Karnataka’s Sahana Kumari
Bobby participated the Athens Olympics, won silver in Busan Asian Games and won gold in Jakarta Asian Championship
Bobby was born in Chemperi, Kannur, Kerala, India
Bobby travelled around the world several times and eventually lived in Shrewsbury, United Kingdom until 2009
Now she is working as the assistant secretary(technical) of Kerala state sports council in Thiruvananthapuram
She is married to a journalist, Shajan Scaria
They have three children, Stefan Holm Skariah, Gangotri Skariah and Ritwik Skariah
She is an alumnus of Calicut University
Bobby established the national record of 1.91m in women’s high jump during the Olympic qualifications in 2004 in Chennai.
“I badly wanted to qualify for the Olympics and I put everything into that jump in Chennai and cleared 1.91m,” she said in an interview at the Maharaja’s Stadium in 2011.
Her national record remained unbeaten till 2012, when Sahana Kumari cleared 1.92 m for the London Olympics.
Bobby also won the women’s High Jump event at the National Domestic Circuit Meet held in 2003 in Chennai, in addition to her international wins.
Bobby has also worked with the Kerala state government to improve sports development in her state.
Serving as the Assistant Secretary (Technical) of Kerala State Sports Council, Bobby organised the Sports Council’s High Jump Carnival, held at Thiruvananthapuram with the athletes performing to heavy music in 2011.
She aimed to implement the higher secondary sports quota online allotment scheme during her service.
In 2013, she submitted her resignation letter to KSSC as she claimed that they had denied her the opportunity to get appointed to the National Games Office by holding back the order.