Indian wrestlers win nine medals at Asian Cadet C’ship
New Delhi: Indian grapplers reaped rich dividends on the final day of the Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship, winning as many as nine medals, including two golds at Bangkok, Thailand on Monday.
The Indian free style sub-junior wrestlers captured two gold, two silver and five bronze medals as out of the 10, India obtained medal in nine weight categories.
India extended its medal tally to overall 20 medals in 30 weight categories i.e. five Gold, seven Silver and eight Bronze Medals, a release said.
Bajrang (50Kg) and Mahipat (54 Kg) were the gold winners, while Mandeep (69Kg) and Amit (85Kg) won the silver.
Krishan Singh (42Kg), Vikas (46Kg), Kuldeep (63Kg), Sukhdev (76Kg) and Yogesh Bhati (100Kg) won the bronze medal.
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