Indian Wrestler Tannu Wins 43kg Title In Cadet World Championship – Cadet World Championship: Indian wrestler Tannu created history by winning the title, Priya also succeeded

Sports Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Jeet Kumar
Updated Fri, 23 Jul 2021 12:41 AM IST

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Tanu converted it into a one-sided victory with a fine game and won the championship by defeating Valeria Mikitsich of Belarus in the final.

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Young Indian wrestler Tanu created history by winning the title in the Cadet World Championship. Tanu continued her stellar performance to win the title in the 43 kg category without losing any points. On the other hand, Priya defeated Ksenia Patapovich of Belarus 5-0 to win the title in the 73 kg category.

Tanu was initially looking colorless, but she soon converted it into a one-sided victory with her all-rounder game, defeating Valeria Mikitsich of Belarus in the championship to clinch the title.

This was Tanu’s third win from four matches. Tanu is the third Indian to become a world champion in the event, before Aman Gulia (48kg) and Sagar Jaglan (80kg) won the men’s freestyle event to give India the team championship title for the first time in history.

Simultaneously, Aman Gulia (48kg) and Sagar Jaglan (80kg) won the men’s freestyle event to give India the team championship title for the first time in history. The other Indian, Varsha won the bronze medal in the 65kg category with a losing victory against Duygu General of Turkey.

On Saturday, Komal will also be in the running for the world title as she defeated Svyatlana Katenka of Belarus to reach the 46kg final. She will face Ruzana Mamadova of Azerbaijan. Nitika (61kg) and Harshita (69kg) lost in the semi-finals.

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Young Indian wrestler Tanu created history by winning the title in the Cadet World Championship. Tanu continued her stellar performance to win the title in the 43 kg category without losing any points. On the other hand, Priya defeated Ksenia Patapovich of Belarus 5-0 to win the title in the 73 kg category.

Tanu was initially looking colorless, but she soon converted it into a one-sided victory with her all-rounder game, defeating Valeria Mikitsich of Belarus in the championship to clinch the title.

This was Tanu’s third win from four matches. Tanu is the third Indian to become a world champion in the event, before Aman Gulia (48kg) and Sagar Jaglan (80kg) won the men’s freestyle event to give India the team championship title for the first time in history.

Simultaneously, Aman Gulia (48kg) and Sagar Jaglan (80kg) won the men’s freestyle event to give India the team championship title for the first time in history. The other Indian, Varsha won the bronze medal in the 65kg category with a losing victory against Duygu General of Turkey.

On Saturday, Komal will also be in the running for the world title as she defeated Svyatlana Katenka of Belarus to reach the 46kg final. She will face Ruzana Mamadova of Azerbaijan. Nitika (61kg) and Harshita (69kg) lost in the semi-finals.

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