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newswrestlinga month ago

CWG medallist Anshu Malik undergoes elbow surgery, to miss Belgrade meet

The forthcoming global wrestling championships will not be attended by Indian wrestler Anshu Malik since she had surgery on her right elbow earlier this week in Mumbai. At the CWG earlier this month, the 21-year-old Asian champion and Olympian took home the silver medal in the 57kg division.
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newswrestling2 months ago

LIVE - CWG 2022 | India secure three golds in wrestling

It is day eight at the 2022 Commonwealth Games and Indian wrestling stars will be playing their pre-quarters and quarters today. The action starts with men’s freestyle 65kg pre-quarters match between Bajrang Punia vs Lowe Bingham of Nauru, followed by Deepak Punia, Anshu Malik, and Divya Kakran.
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newswrestling5 months ago

Asian Wrestling Championship 2022 | Anshu Malik settles for silver in women's 57kg

Anshu Malik of India failed to retain her women's 57kg title at the Asian Wrestling Championships 2022 in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, after losing in the final to Japan's Tsugumi Sakurai on Friday. Malik began her title defense with a technical victory over Uzbekistan's Shokhida Akhmedova.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 World Wrestling Championships | Greco-Roman wrestlers make early exit, India end campaign with two medals

India’s campaign at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships ended after the Greco-Roman wrestlers crashed out before the medal rounds. India will return with two medals, with Anshu Malik claiming silver in the women’s 57kg event and Sarita Mor bagging a bronze in the women’s 59kg category.
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newswrestlinga year ago

World Wrestling Championship 2021 | Indian Greco-Roman wrestlers make early exit

Indian Greco-Roman wrestlers - Gyanender, Ravi and Sonu were all ousted before the medal and repechage rounds at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, in Oslo, Norway, on Friday. Gyanender was eliminated in the round of 16, while Ravi and Sonu were beaten in their qualification rounds.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 World Wrestling Championships | Anshu Malik claim historic silver, Sarita Mor settles for bronze

Indian wrestler Anshu Malik claimed a silver medal in the women’s 57kg event at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, in Oslo, Norway, on Thursday. She became the first female grappler from India to achieve the feat, with the previous five medallists winning bronze medals at the event.
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newswrestlinga year ago

World Wrestling Championship 2021 | Anshu Malik creates history, reaches the final of the 57kg event

Tokyo Olympian Anshu Malik created history by reaching the final of the women’s 57kg category at the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, in Oslo, Norway, on Wednesday. The grappler became the first-ever women’s wrestler to achieve the feat, having assured herself of at least a silver medal.
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newswrestlinga year ago

Vinesh Phogat's physio was not included in Tokyo contingent in spite of her requests

The Wrestling Federation of India had apparently sent more than the permitted number of support staff for the Tokyo Games, even though Vinesh Phogat’s personal physio was not included in spite of her requests. The seven-member wrestling squad fetched two medals at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
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featurewrestlinga year ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Meet your Olympians - Indian Women's Wrestling Team

At the 2016 Rio Olympis, Sakshi Malik created history by becoming the first female wrestler from India to win a medal at the Olympics, when she claimed the bronze in the women's 58kg category. Four years down the line, four women's wrestlers are gearing up to re-create a similar scene in Tokyo.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 Asian Wrestling Championships | Ravi Dahiya, Vinesh Phogat claim top honours as India return with 14 medals

Ravi Kumar Dahiya along with four women claimed Gold medals each in their respective events as India ended the ongoing Asian Wrestling Championship, in Almaty, with 14 in their tally. Deepak Punia, who was also aiming for a top-finish, lost to Iran’s Hassan Yazdani in the Gold medal match.
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