September 23, 2022


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CHENNAI: In Indian wrestling, 74kg has been an intriguing weight class. Throughout the Rio Olympics, it was in focus for a useless controversy involving Narsingh Yadav and double Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar. This time too the load class is anticipated to generate curiosity as Olympics get nearer.

On Thursday, the Wrestling Federation of India introduced the names of those that would characterize India on the World qualifiers in Sofia, Bulgaria. Amit Dhankar has been named within the 74kg. Sushil had been harbouring hopes of getting into the mat this Olympics too.

Nevertheless, regardless of his identify not figuring within the crew, Sushil isn’t perturbed. “Amit is identical guruji’s scholar as I mine. He’s a younger proficient wrestler. It’s good that he going to the qualifiers. I want him luck. Sushil felt it could be good to see him qualify. I need to inform all athletes to watch out and watch out for the virus. Take all precautions to not get contaminated,” Sushil advised The New Indian Categorical from Delhi.

As for his future, he stored it open saying, “I’ve sufficient wrestling left in me.”

Sushil had his causes for skipping the qualifiers. “I’m not having the ability to prepare effectively due to the COVID scenario. I’ve my ideas. If I’m not effectively ready, I don’t wrestle. This time my preparation has not been easy,” stated the 37-year-old wrestler.

Of late, the wrestler has been stored busy due to the disaster within the nationwide capital too. “I get requires assist and I try to assist them out in no matter method I can. I hope this section will get over quickly,” he stated.

It must be seen what the federation does if Dhankar manages to safe a quota for India. If Dhankar
would not, then Sushil’s participation on the Olympics could be all however over.



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