On Thursday, he competed in the Junior Wrestling World Championships in Ufa, Russia. India’s bronze medalists were Simran (50 kg) and Sito (55 kg). Arju had to withdraw from the 68kg bronze play-off due to injury, but Saneh will battle for bronze in the 72kg event on Friday.
“In 2021, #TeamIndia will compete in both the Junior and Women’s World Wrestling Championships. Simran bronze, 76 kilogramme Sito Bronze 55kg, Bipasha Silver 76 kg, Sanju Devi 62 kg, and Bhateri 65 kg qualified for the finals, while Saneh 72 kg will battle tomorrow for bronze.” A tweet was put out by SAI Media. In a tweet, SAI Media said, “Sanju Devi 62 kg and Bhateri 65 kg have advanced to the finals, while Saneh 72 kg will vie for bronze tomorrow.”
Due to technical dominance, Bipasha quickly surrendered her final to America’s Kylie Renee Welker. Sanju staged an astonishing comeback from a 0-5 deficit to defeat Birgul Soltanova of Azerbaijan 8-5. She is prepared to fight for what she believes in.
Due to technical superiority, Bipasha quickly lost her final to America’s Kylie Renee Welker. Sanju overcame Azerbaijan’s Birgul Soltanova 8-5, completing an astonishing comeback from a 0-5 deficit. She will compete for gold against Russia’s Alina Kasabieva.
In the 65kg division, Bhateri defeated Tunisia’s Jlassi Khadija and Romania’s Amina Roxana Capezan to get to the final. Irina Ringaci of Moldova will be her opponent.
Simran won the bronze medal in the 50kg category after defeating Natallia Varakina of Belarus 7-3. Sito won the bronze medal in the 55kg category with a strong technical victory over Melda Derenkci of Turkey. (ANI)
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