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Wrestling World Championship: Indians dismal show continues for fourth day

India grapplers continued their dismal present for the fourth consecutive day of the World Wrestling Championships at Nye Jordal Amfi, Oslo in Norway.

On Tuesday, within the ladies’s 55kg class, Pinki who reached the bronze medal spherical misplaced to Jenna Rose Burkert of the USA 2-5 and failed to interrupt the duck. The Indian started defensively of which the American took benefit and appeared higher on the mat all by means of the sport.

After conceding two factors, Pinki tried to go on the offensive however Jenna countered properly and took her result in 5. The hardworking Pinki managed to bag two factors within the final minute.

Earlier in her semi-final bout, Pinki, the 2020 Asian champion practically pinned Nina Hemmer of Germany earlier than dropping 6-Eight thus lacking the prospect to develop into the primary Indian girl to enter a World ultimate. On Monday, the Haryana wrestler pinned Aisha Ualishan of Kazakhstan 4-1 within the quarterfinal match and mauled Kim Soyeon of Korea 5-Zero within the qualification spherical.

In ladies’s 76-kg class, Kiran misplaced to Tokyo Olympics silver medalist Adeline Maria Grey of the USA through fall, 0-5 and is hoping to advance with a win in her repechage match towards Aysegul Ozbege of Turkey to be held on Wednesday.

The Indian acquired a direct struggle within the quarterfinals the place she beat Kim Cholee of South Korea VPO, 6-0.
In ladies’s 50kg class quarterfinals, Nadezhda Sokolova of Russia swarmed Hanny Kumari by technical Superiority VSU, 10-0. Within the spherical of eight, Hanny acquired previous Cheon Miran of South Korea by VPO1, 9 – 2

Pooja Jatt in ladies’s 53kg class misplaced in first spherical to Akari Fujinami of Japan by VSU, 11 – Zero and is ready for a repechage match on Wednesday towards Luisa Elizabeth Valverde Melendres of Ecuador whereas in ladies’s 65-kg class, Bhateri misplaced within the qualification spherical to Dinara Kudaeva Salikhova of Russia by VPO, 8-0.

Males grapplers draw a clean

In the meantime, 7 out of 10 males grapplers didn’t win a single bout. Ravinder and Rohit gave hopes however misplaced their bronze medal bouts. Within the males’s 65-kg class, Rohit misplaced his bronze medal spherical towards Tulga Tumur Ochir of Mongolia by fall, 10-Four and in 61-kg class, Arsen Harutyunyan of Armenia ousted Ravinder by VSU, 10–0. Within the repechage, Ravinder was sensational when he bounced again after trailing 0-Eight towards Georgi Valentinov Vangelov of Bulgaria to win by VFA, 2 – 8. Though he missed a medal, the Indian impressed all however wanted to work on his defence.

Within the 2019 version in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, Indian males gained 4 medals together with one silver and three bronze medals. Heavyweights like Tokyo Olympic silver medallist Ravi Dahiya and bronze medallist Bajrang Punia, Deepak Punia and Rahul Conscious and girl wrestler Vinesh Phogat skipped the meet because of numerous causes together with accidents.

Deepak gained a silver, whereas Rahul, Bajrang and Ravi gained bronze medal every in 2019 and Vinesh gained bronze in ladies’s 53 kg class.

On Tuesday in ladies’s 62-kg class Sangeeta Phogat misplaced her pre-quarterfinal bout to Lais Nunes De Oliveira through factors 4-6 as her defence crumbled on counter assaults. Nonetheless, within the qualification spherical, the Indian edged Luisa Helga Gerda Niemesch of Germany by VPO1, 5 – 2

In different classes additionally, Indians couldn’t muster any defence.

Sushil misplaced in 70-kg qualification spherical 2-5 to Zurabi Iakobishvili of Georgia after failing to make any good strikes towards stronger-looking rivals. Within the males’s 97-kg class, Satywart Kadian was crushed by Search engine optimisation Minwon of South Korea by VPO1, 6 – 6 within the qualification spherical on standards. He scored all his factors on push out whereas the Korean had two 2-pointers.

In males’s 57-kg spherical of eight bout, Suleyman Atli of Turkey thrashed Pankaj by VSU, 10 – Zero and within the qualification spherical, Pankaj prevailed over Levan Metreveli Vartanov of Spain by VPO1, 4 – 3. Within the males’s 79kg class, Bat Erdene Byambasuren of Mongolia defeated Baliyan Gourav and in 92-kg Osman Nurmagomedov of Azerbaijan overwhelmed Pruthviraj Babasaheb Patil by VSU, 10 – 0.

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