The latest edition of the World Wrestling Championship will witness top wrestlers from all across the world in action. Indian wrestlers are all set to make their mark at the event this year. But before we get immersed into the tournament, here is a look at some of the memorable performances by Indian wrestlers at
Following the unprecedented success of cricket, hockey, football and kabaddi leagues in India, wrestling too will look to build on the immense success of Indian professional leagues this year. The inaugural edition of the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) will consist of six teams with eleven players each, six Indian and five foreigners per team making
India have already begun their journey at the Olympic qualifiers with representations in athletics, men’s hockey and shooting. In this series of write-ups, Sports Rediscovered will bring to you one sport each week and its players’ path for the Rio Olympics 2016. Indian wrestlers have a good chance in the Olympic Qualifiers for the Rio
One man is set on a mission to unfurl the Indian flag on top, wherever he may go. Last year, he triumphed in the Commonwealth nations and became the champion of Asia. This year he has made Italy a part of his legacy. Yogeshwar Dutt won his latest gold at the International Wrestling Tournament in
Praising Keralite Anjumol Joseph’s bronze winning performance, Sushil Kumar had said “Good Times for Kerala in Wrestling are not very far.”
Rephrasing Jonathan Swift, “records” and pie crusts are meant to be broken. The 35th National Games “splashed” off to a memorable start, with national records bring rewritten . Haryana topped the table with seven medals (6 G, 1 S), with Kerala and Madhya Pradesh closely tailing with 5 medals each. Aaron D’Souza of Madhya Pradesh
Yogeshwar pinned his spirited Chinese opponent to reverse the lead and make it to the Asian Games gold medal match.After the match was over, Yogeshwar crossed the playing arena and then sat down, completely drained off all energy. Such was the stupendous effort by Yogeshwar, that his coaches had to come and carry him off.
Vinesh Phogat and Geetika Jakhar added two bronze medals to India’s kitty as Indian Women Wrestlers did us proud on Sunday. They succeeded in winning the medals in the women’s freestyle 48 kg and 63 Kg respectively. The two male wrestlers who fought on the opening day were Amit Kumar(57 Kg Freestyle) and Parveen Rana(70