Seema Bisla turns into fourth girl wrestler to qualify; Sumit Malik settles for silver-Sports activities Information , Novi Reporter
Seema Bisla on Friday grew to become the fourth Indian girl wrestler to qualify for the Tokyo Video games by reaching the ultimate of the 50kg competitors
Sofia (Bulgaria): Seema Bisla on Friday grew to become the fourth Indian girl wrestler to qualify for the Tokyo Video games by reaching the ultimate of the 50kg competitors at the same time as Sumit Malik settled for a silver medal after conceding his last bout on account of a knee damage on the World Olympic Qualifiers.
Seema booked an Olympic berth for herself after a detailed 2-1 win over European Championship bronze medallist Anna Lukasiak of Poland, exhibiting large defensive abilities within the semi-final.
After freely giving some extent on passivity, Seema pulled off a fast take down within the first interval for a 2-1 lead, which she saved until the top to earn the quota.
She’s going to now combat for gold in opposition to Ecuador’s Lucia Yamileth Yepez Guzman on Saturday.
The 29-year-old is the fourth Indian to qualify for the Video games after celebrated Vinesh Phogat (53kg), Anshu Malik (57kg) and Sonam Malik (62kg).
It is going to be first time that 4 Indian girls wrestlers will compete within the Olympics. Within the 2106 version, three Indian girls wrestlers had competed.
Nisha (68kg) and Pooja (76kg), nevertheless, didn’t win quota after dropping their respective bouts.
In the meantime, Malik, who had grow to be solely the fourth males’s free model wrestler to qualify for the Olympics, didn’t take the mat for his 125kg gold medal combat in opposition to Russia’s Sergei Kozyrev, the 2018 Youth Olympic champion, on account of damage.
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