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U23 World Wrestling Championships | India end campaign with five medals, including one silver and four bronze

India finished the U23 World Wrestling Championships 2021 with five medals, including one silver and four bronze, thus scripting their best ever finish at the global event. Incidentally, all medal winners at the recently concluded event in Belgrade, Serbia, were women wrestlers.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 U23 World Wrestling Championships | Shivani Pawar settles for silver, Anju claims bronze

India’s Shivani Pawar settled for a silver medal in the women’s 50kg event at the ongoing U23 World Wrestling Championships, in Serbia, Belgrade, on Thursday. Meanwhile, Anju claimed a bronze medal in the 55kg event by virtue of technical superiority against Canada’s Virginie Kaze Gascon.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 U23 World Wrestling Championships | Shivani Pawar one win away from claiming gold medal

Indian wrestler Shivani Pawar qualified for the final of the women’s 50kg event at the 2021 U23 World Wrestling Championships, to secure the nation’s first medal in the event. Meanwhile, Anju will be featuring in the bronze medal match of the women’s 55kg event against Canada’s Virginie Kaze Gascon.
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newswrestlinga year ago

2021 U23 World Wrestling Championships | Indian Greco-Roman wrestlers return empty handed

India’s Greco-Roman wrestlers will return with empty hands, with each of them eliminated before the medal bouts at the ongoing U23 World Wrestling Championships, in Belgrade, Serbia. Sunil Kumar and five other grapplers lost their respective bouts on Tuesday, to end India’s campaign at the meet.
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newswrestlinga year ago

U23 World Wrestling Championships | Sunil Kumar keep hopes alive for Bronze despite defeat

Former Asian champion Sunil Kumar was the only Indian to keep the hopes alive in the Greco-Roman events of the ongoing U23 World Wrestling Championships. However, the other three wrestlers in action on Monday – Arshad, Adem, Dmyto and Aryan Panwar - were all eliminated from the meet.
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newswrestlinga year ago

Ravi Dahiya and Bajrang Punia to skip Nationals, Commonwealth Championship

Indian wrestlers and 2020 Tokyo Olympic medalists Ravi Dahiya and Bajrang Punia will skip the upcoming senior national wrestling Championship and the Commonwealth Championship. Bajrang has been recovering from the ligament injury that compelled him to compete at the Olympics with a strapped knee.
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newswrestlinga year ago

Aim is to bring back a medal each from 2022 CWG and Asian Games, states Ravi Dahiya

Indian wrestler Ravi Dahiya is aiming to bring home a medal each from the 2022 CWG and the 2022 Asian Games, after claiming a silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics earlier this year. The wrestler recently pulled out of the 2021 World Wrestling Championships, due to lack of preparation time.
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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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