Live Updates India Wrestling | Asian Games Trials

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Hello and welcome to the much anticipated Wrestling trials for the Asian Games

Credit Amanpreet Singh

FS65 | Sonaba prevails over Anuj 9-6 to move to 64kg semis

FS65 | Rohit defeated Sujeet 5-2 to move into Semis

FS86 | Deepak Punia makes 86kg semis with a TSU win over Deepak

FS74 | Yash moves to QFs with 5-0 win over Sharuan

FS57 | Aman moves into semis as he defeats Ankit in a technical superiority

FS65 | Sujeet Kalkal wins against Ankit in pre quarter finals 3-0 in the Asian games trials

FS57 | Aman Sehrawat wins 9-6 against Rahul Aware in rd1

FS57 | Ravi Dahiya knocked out !
Atish Todkar from Maharashtra pinned Olympic silver winner after racing to a 20-8 lead.

India’s Greco Roman team for Asian Games
Gyanender (60kg)
Neeraj (67kg)
Vikash (77kg)
Sunil Kumar (87kg)
Narinder Cheema (97kg)
Naveen (130kg)

India’s women’s wrestling team for Asian Games
50kg: Pooja Gehlot
53kg: Vinesh Phogat (trial winner Antim Panghal)
57kg: Mansi Ahlawat
62kg: Sonam Malik
68kg: Radhika
76kg: Kiran

53Kg WW | Final | Antim Panghal, who challenged exemption given to Vinesh Phogat, wins women’s 53kg trial for Asian Games

50kg WW | Final | CWG bronze medalist Pooja Gehlot is going to represent India at Asian Games as she pinned Nirmala in finals

Credit Amanpreet Singh

68kg WW | Semis | Radhika makes a strong comeback from 3-7 to win against Aarju by 11-7 to win Semis

62kg WW | Semis | Manisha defeats Vaishnavi 12-1 to meet Sonam in the Final

62kg WW | Semis | Sonam Malik defeats Bhateri to move into finals

57kg WW | Sito comes back from 0-6 down to win 10 straight points to enter Finals. Up against Mansi in final to get a Asian Games ticket

53kg WW | Semis | Antim Panghal defeats Neha with a technical superiority to enter into Finals, she won 12-2

50kg WW | Semis | Pooja Gehlot defeats Mamta Rani 11-0 to storm into the Finals and one win away from Ticket to AsianGames

76kg WW | Quarters | Divya Kakran defeats Manju in the quarterfinals by fall to move into semis

68kg WW | Quarters | Radhika pinned Nisha Dahiya to enter semifinals

62kg WW | Quarters | Manisha defeats Nitika by fall to move into Semis

62kg WW | Quarters | Sonam Malik defeats Kajal in the QF 10-0 next match against Bhateri

62kg WW | Quarters | Bhateri wins against Antim comfortably to march into Semis. She won 12-6

57kg WW | Quarters | Sarita who created a big surprise when she defeated Anshu in rd1 was leading 4-1 against Manshi but then she got a fitley and caught Sarita napping. End of road for Sarita to Asian Games as Manshi wins 9-6

57kg WW | Quarters | Sito playing her first match of the day defeats Pinki in a come back from behind bout, she won 3-2 to make the semis

53kg WW | U20 World Champion Antim Panghal defeats Tamanna 7-2 in the quarter finals of Asian Games trials.

50kg WW | Pooja Gehlot wins against Neelam from UP 10-1 to make it to Semifinals

62kg WW | Sonam malik defeats Kusum 4-1 but wasn’t looking in the best shape, a potential semifinal with Antim should she defeats Kajal

57kg WW | World 🥉Sarita Mor beats World 🥈 Anshu Malik 5-4 in first Rd of selection trials

Big upset: Anshu Malik is not going to Asian Games. Sarita fights brilliantly to edge past the 2021 worlds medallist 5-4 in 57kg qualification bout. Sarita progresses to next round

57kg WW | Neetu from Chandigarh defeats Simran from Delhi to make it to Quarterfinals by technical superiority

57kg WW | Pinki defeats Manju 2-1 in a closely fought bout and will now meet Sito in Quarterfinals

67kg GR | This has the maximum entries with 23 wrestlers in fray for that one spot. Most of the men GR has 20+ entries

53kg | Rajni makes a spirited fightback from 2-6 down against Pooja in last 10 second to win 7-6, she faces Neha in next round, in the same category Antim will go against Tamanna from Haryana in Quarterfinals

50kg | First round win for Pooja Gehlot who defeated Shivani by technical superiority

57kg | First Round match is between two world championships medalist Sarita Mor and Anshu Malik


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