Tokyo Olympic Wrestling trials Results: Narsingh out, Sandeep new No.1 in 74kg, Follow LIVE

Tokyo Olympic Wrestling trials Results
Tokyo Olympic Wrestling trials Results

Tokyo Olympic Wrestling trials Results: Indian wrestling is back to where it had left its Mission Olympics. In less than one month’s time, Indian wrestlers in 14 weight categories will compete to book quota for the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled from July 23. The Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) conducted trials to select the best 14 wrestlers to send to Almaty, Kazakhstan in April for the Asian Qualifiers. The national body conducted the selection trials for men’s freestyle and Greco-roman on Tuesday at Indira Gandhi Stadium.

Narsingh Yadav and Jitender have crashed out of the final round in the 74-kg category.

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In the finals of Asian Olympics qualifiers, Sandeep (PUN) emerged victorious over Amit Dhanker (HAR) in 74-kg category while Satyawat (RSPB) secured his win over Aashish (DEL) in the final round in 97kg for the Asian Olympics qualifier. Sumit (RSPB) also registered a victory over Dinesh (HAR) in 125kg.

In other matches, Gyanendra (SSCB) qualified in 60 kg category following his win over Sachin Rana (RSPB). Ashu (HAR) defeated Surajmal (SSCB) in 67-kg category. Gurpreet Singh (PUB) claimed victory over Sajan (RSPB) in 77-kg category. In 87-kg category, Sunil Kumar (RSPB) won over Harpreet Singh (PUB). Ravi (RSPB) beat Deepanshu (SSCB) in 97-kg category.Meanwhile, Naveen (SSCB) defeated Awesh (HAR) in 130 kg category

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Check final result here:

1) Sandeep
2) Amit Dhankar



Greco- Roman
1) Gyanender
2) Sachin Rana

1) Ashu
2) Surajmal

1) Gurpreet Singh
2) Sajan

1) Sunil Kumar
2) Harpreet Singh

1) Ravi
2) Deepanshu

2) Awash

With three quota already confirmed in Men’s freestyle — Ravi Dahiya (57kg), Bajrang Punia (65kg), and Deepak Punia (86kg) — the trials were held only in the remaining three.