Asian Wrestling Championship 2024: Radhika won the silver medal in the 68kg weight category

Radhika won the silver medal, while Shivani Pawar took home bronze in the 2024 Asian Wrestling Championship.

Radhika in a file photo(image credits: twitter/@IIS_Vijayanagar)
By Saket Sonwane | Apr 14, 2024 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Radhika, the Indian wrestler, displayed her incredible skills at the Asian Wrestling Championships in 2024, earning a well-deserved silver medal in the 68kg weight category. She fought her way to the finals by defeating Kazakhstan’s Albina Kairgeldinova, proving herself to be a tough opponent. Despite losing to Nanoka Ozaki of Japan, who won the gold medal by 15-2, Radhika’s outstanding performance is proof of her dedication and hard work.

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Radhika is already a well-known wrestler, and this win proves she’s one of the best. Shivani’s medal shows her incredible talent and determination to succeed.

In the 50 kg category of the Asian Wrestling Championship 2024 at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Shivani Pawar achieved a remarkable feat by bagging the bronze medal with her amazing performance against Samnang Dit of Cambodia. Although she couldn’t secure the silver medal and lost to Ziqi Feng of China, her dedication and hard work are respectable. Shivani’s journey is an inspiration to aspiring wrestlers who wish to achieve their dreams through sheer determination.

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Other Indian wrestlers, like Tamanna, Pushpa Yadav, and Priya, also gave it their all. Priya even made it to a special round of matches before losing. Pushpa Yadav in the 59 kg category made it to the bronze medal match but she was defeated by Kazakhstan’s Diana Kayumova. Priya was also in the bronze medal contention match in the women’s 76kg category, However, Kazakhstan’s Elmira Syzdykova defeated her by fall (4-2).

India sent a total of 30 wrestlers to the competition, showing how important wrestling is to the country. The Asian Wrestling Championships are a big deal for wrestlers all over Asia. Doing well in this competition is important for those who want to compete in even bigger events in the future.

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