Strong Indian contingent in C`Wealth wrestling
New Delhi: Commonwealth Games gold medallist Alka Tomar and Olympian Rajiv Tomar will spearhead the Indian challenge at the 2011 Commonwealth Wrestling Championship, to be held in Melbourne, Australia from Friday.
The Wrestling Federation of India on Tuesday named a 41-strong squad for the three-day championship.
India will field two wrestlers in each weight category.
Free Style Category: Rahul Balasaheb Aware (55kg), Rahul Mann and Rajneesh (60kg), Pradeep Kumar and Amit Kumar Dhankhar (66kg), Narsingh Pancham Yadav and Paramjit (74kg), Pawan Kumar and Naresh Kumar (84kg), Varun Kumar and Mausam Khatri (96kg), Rajeev Tomar and Naveen Mor (120kg).
Greco Roman Style: Joginder Singh and Rajender Kumar (55kg), Anil Kumar and Ravinder Singh (60kg), Sandeep Tulsi Yadav and Sunil Kumar Rana (66kg), Rajbir Chhikara and Rajesh Kumar (74kg), Manoj Kumar and Kulwant Rai (84kg), Ashok Kumar and Anil Kumar (96kg), Rishi Pal and Dharmender Dalal (120kg).
Female Wrestler: Babita Kumari and Priyanka Singh (48kg), Neha and Rachana Sakhawat (51kg), Geeta and Kamlesh Devi (55kg), Alka Tomar and Kirtisna Arya (59kg), Suman Kundu and Anita (63kg), Navjot Kaur and Shilpi Sheoran (67kg), Gursharan Preet Kaur and Anshu Tomar (72kg).
More from India
More from World
More from Sports
More from Entertaiment
- Amitabh Bachchan's Twitter account hacked, 'sex sites' planted as following
- Lashkar-e-Toiba plotting 26/11-style attack in India with the help of Pak Navy, ISI?
- Radhe Maa approached to be a part of Bigg Boss 9?
- DNA: Analysis of decision to name Aurangzeb Road after Dr. Abdul Kalam - Part III
- What was Indrani Mukherjea's original plan to murder Sheena Bora?
- Sheena Bora murder case: 'Indrani Mukerjea's father thrashed her with belt'
- Leaked! Tentative list of 'Bigg Boss 9' revealed and guess who's hosting?
- Amitabh Bachchan's Twitter account hacked, sex sites planted as 'following'
- Exclusive: I am father of Sheena, Mikhail, but never married Indrani Mukerjea, says Siddharth Das
- PM Modi releases digital version of Ramcharitmanas musical