Younger wrestlers Aman Gulia and Sagar Jaglan on Tuesday emerged the brand new world champions of their respective classes as India dished out a formidable present on the second day of the Cadet World Championship.
Gulia emerged winner with a convincing 5-2 win over American Luke Joseph Lilledahl in 48kg ultimate whereas Jaglan blanked James Mockler Rowley 4-Zero within the 80kg summit conflict.
Sahil received bronze within the 110kg by pinning Kazakhstan’s Alikhan Kussainov inside the primary two-minute interval.
Including to India’s success, Jaskaran Singh assured himself of a silver within the 60kg class with a 6-2 win over Azerbaijan’s Abdulrahman Ibrahimov within the semifinals.
Gulia conceded solely three factors en route the title.
The American, being taller, had higher attain however Aman adjusted his sport properly and saved attacking his rival.
Aman led 3-Zero when Luke pulled off a take right down to slim the lead however the Indian wrestler got here up with a take down transfer of his personal to drag away.
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Jaglan’s defence was stable as he didn’t let the American make any attacking transfer and scored factors with push outs.
Vaibhav Patil misplaced his bronze medal play-off 5-7 to Azerbaijan’s Javid Javadov in 55kg. Sahil (110kg) may even struggle for bronze.
On Wednesday, Jaskaran Singh will struggle for gold in opposition to Uzbekistan’s Kamronbek Kadamov whereas Chirag (51kg) and Jaideep (71kg) will struggle for bronze.