World Wrestling Championship: India Continue To Struggle

The Indian Wrestlers have failed to make a mark in the world wrestling championship as they are yet to win a medal. After the disappointment in the first day, the Indians struggled in the second and third day as well. Ravinder Singh, who competed in the 59kg category of Greco-Roman wrestling, lost to Rovshan Bayramov

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World Wrestling Championship: High Hopes For India

The Indian Wrestlers are all set to make their mark at the World Wrestling Championship which will kick off on September 7, 2015 at Las Vegas. India will be participating in the tournament without their ace wrestler Sushil Kumar, but there are other names in the team who could come the spotlight. Yogeshwar Dutt will

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Indian Women Wrestling Team Bags Silver

The Indian women’s wrestling team, led by Commonwealth Games gold medalist Vinesh Phogat , put up a top-notch performance at the Kazakhstan President’s Cup held in Astana, Kazakhstan which was held between 24th and 26th July. They finished 2nd overall to bag the silver medal as hosts Kazakhstan-1 finished with top honours. The male wrestlers

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India’s Olympic Qualifiers: Wrestling

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

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Yogeshwar Dutt, Narsingh Yadav Enter World Championships

Indian wrestlers Yogeshwar Dutt and Narsingh Yadav have moved a step closer to the 2016 Rio Olympics. The grapplers qualified for the World Wrestling Championships which are to be held in Las Vegas in September. They grabbed the number one spot in their respective categories at the selection trials held in Delhi. 2008 Olympics silver

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Asiad Wrestling Recap: Yogeshwar Dutt Scripts Golden History

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.



Indian Wrestlers Add More Medals

Another fruitful day for Indian wrestlers as two out of the three participants on Day 3 win medals. 21 year old Bajrang has won the Silver medal in men’s 61 Kg Freestyle category and Narsingh Yadav made a superb comeback via repechage to clinch bronze in the men’s 74 Kg Freestyle. Pawan Kumar missed out

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