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Anshu Malik wins historic silver in Indian ladies’s finest present at World Wrestling | Different Sports activities Information

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Oslo: India should look forward to its first lady world champion in wrestling as Anshu Malik settled for a silver medal after shedding her 57kg remaining to 2016 Olympic champion Helen Lousie Maroulis however Sarita Mor grabbed her maiden medal on the massive stage by profitable the 59kg bronze, in Oslo, Norway on Thursday.

Coming into the match after turning into India’s first-ever lady finalist on the World Championship, the 19-year outdated Anshu started on an aggressive be aware with constructive intent however finally misplaced the summit conflict after being pinned.

Sushil Kumar (2010) stays India’s lone world champion wrestler until date. 

Anshu led 1-0 on the breather however the bout modified in dramatic trend within the second half. Maroulis bought Anshu in her arm grip and pulled her down to finish a take-down transfer to take a 2-1 lead. She saved Anshu’s proper arm below a decent grip and saved twisting it to get an ‘publicity’ level, making it 4-1.

Anshu, the reigning Asian champion, was in horrible ache however the American didn’t loosen her grip and had the Indian’s again on the mat to win by fall.

Anshu wanted medical assist instantly after the bout as she was virtually in tears. However, it was a heroic efficiency from the Nidani wrestler, who has turn into finest performer for India on the worlds with a silver.

Earlier than this, Alka Tomar (2006) Geeta Phogat (2012), Babita Phogat (2012), Pooja Dhanda (2018) and Vinesh Phogat (2019) have gained a bronze every.

Sarita ended her worlds medal drought with a convincing 8-2 win over Sweden’s Sara Johanna Lindborg within the bronze play-off.

Indian ladies have now bettered their best-ever present on the worlds as profitable two bronze in 2012 by way of the Phogat sisters was the nation’s finest present.

Sarita surprised the Swede with an early four-pointer and added two extra factors to her tally with a fast take-down. The reigning Asian champion took a commanding 6-0 lead by the break and pulled off one other breathtaking transfer to race to a 8-0 lead.

Sarita conceded a take-down late within the bout however had a sufficiently big result in come out winner. It was her sixth try to win a medal on the worlds, having failed to take action at one U-23 and 4 senior worlds.

In the meantime, Divya Kakran (72kg) misplaced her repechage spherical within the morning session to Mongolia’s Davaanasan Enkh Amar and expectedly, the Greco Roman wrestlers put up a disappointing present.

Sandeep (55kg), Vikas (72kg), Sajan (77kg) and Harpreet Singh (82kg) bowed out of the competitors. Solely Sajan managed to win one bout whereas the opposite three misplaced their respective openers.


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