Ashu, Aditya Kundu and Hardeep gained a bronze medal every of their respective weight classes as Indian wrestlers bagged 5 medals in Greco-Roman occasions of the Asian Wrestling Championships in New Delhi on Wednesday. Whilst Ashu gained a bronze in 67kg class, Aditya and Hardeep additionally bagged the medals of identical color within the 72kg and 97kg respectively on the second one day of the competitions. Ashu beat Syria’s Abdulkarim Mohammad Al-Hasan Eight-1 whilst Kundu defeated Nao Kusaka of Japan Eight-Zero within one and a part mins in a lop-sided 72kg bronze medal bout.
Later within the night time, Hardeep beat Kyrgyzstan’s Beksultan Makhamadzhanovich Makhmudov Three-1 to sign up India’s 3rd podium end of the day.
India has thus far gained 5 medals within the championships, after Sunil Kumar’s ancient gold in 87kg and Arjun Halakurki’s bronze in 55kg Greco-Roman class on Tuesday.
Gyanender, on the other hand, misplaced Zero-6 within the 60kg Greco-Roman bronze medal bout on Wednesday. The gold used to be gained by means of Kenichiro Fumita of Japan, who beat Kyrgyzstan’s Zholaman Sharshenkov Four-Zero.
The opposite bronze in 60kg used to be gained by means of Mehdi Seifollah Mohsen Nejad who beat Kazakhstan’s Aidos Sultangali Four-Three.
The opposite bronze within the 67kg class used to be gained by means of Iran’s Hossein Nasrollah Assadi Kolmati, who beat Japan’s Tsuchika Shimoyamada Five-Three, whilst the gold medal went to Korea’s Hansu Ryu, who defeated Uzbekistan’s Makhmud Bakhshilloev Four-1.
Within the 72kg class, but even so Aditya, Ruslan Tsare of Kyrgyzstan gained any other bronze, beating Chinese language Taipe’s Yan Kai Chen Eight-Zero.
The gold on this weight department used to be gained by means of Amin Yavar Kaviyaninejad of Iran with a Eight-Zero win over Ibragim Magomadoc of Kazakhstan.
Within the 97kg weight department, Uzbekistan’s Muhammadali Shamsiddinov were given the simpler of Thailand’s Ponlawat Saimmai within 20 seconds to win the opposite bronze with a Four-Zero scoreline.
The gold on this class used to be bagged by means of Mohammadhadi Abdollah Saravi of Iran, who defeated Seyeol Lee of Korea.