All winners of their respective classes have the possibility to take part within the Matteo Pellicone Rome Rankings sequence subsequent month.
Reigning champion Gurpreet Singh lived as much as expectations by profitable a gold medal within the 77 kg class on the final day of the sixty fifth Nationwide Greco-Roman Nationwide Wrestling Championship Sunday in Jalandhar.
The Punjab wrestler outclassed Mohammed Rafeeq Holi within the final conflict. Gurpreet’s spectacular efficiency comes after lacking the person World Cup in 2020 when he examined constructive for Covid-19 earlier than the occasion. By the way, the Punjab wrestler didn’t disclose a single level in his run to the ultimate.
The victory will act as a lift for Gurpreet earlier than the Asian Olympic Qualifiers. He had beforehand captured a gold medal within the World Rating Sequence in Sassari, Italy, which made him the primary Indian to win back-to-back titles within the World Rating Sequence.
The 2-day occasion concluded the nationwide wrestling championships which had been held in three elements which included the freestyle and girls’s occasions which passed off final month at completely different venues.
It turned out to be a constructive day for Asian Championship gold medalist Sunil Kumar, who prolonged his profitable run and marked his authority within the 87kg occasion by claiming the primary podium.
the Service Sports activities Management Board (SSCB) the wrestling group gained the perfect group award after beating their rivals Rail Sports activities Promotion Fee (RSPB) on the occasion. The Providers accrued a complete of 190 factors of their complete whereas the railways may handle 170.
All winners of their respective classes will take part within the Matteo Pellicone Rome standings sequence subsequent month.
Whereas the primary 4 in every of the load classes will probably be chosen for the nationwide preparatory camp on the SAI middle in Sonepat, which is able to begin subsequent week.
55 kg – 1. Arjun Halakurki (SSCB), 2. Vijay (SSCB)
60 kg – 1. Manish (RSPB), Sunny Jadhav (MP)
63 kg – 1. Neeraj (Del), 2. Govind (Mah)
67 kg – 1. Gaurav (UP), 2. Surajmal (SSCB)
72 kg – 1. Kuldeep Malik (RSPB), 2. Sameer (Mah)
77 kg – 1. Gurpreet Singh (Pun), 2. Mohd. Rafeeq Holi (SSCB)
82 kg – 1. Harpreet Singh (pun supposed), 2. Sanjeet (SSCB)
87 kg – 1. Sunil Kumar (RSPB), 2. Prabhpal Singh (pun supposed)
97 kg – 1. Deepanshu (SSCB), 2. Ravi (RSPB)
130 kg – 1. Naveen (SSCB), 2. Ravi (Del)