India bags four medals on final day of Asian Cadet Wrestling
New Delhi: Woman wrestler Divya Kakran bagged a gold as India earned four medals on the final day of the Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship at the K.D. Jadhav Wrestling Stadium in the Indira Gandhi Indoor Sports Complex here on Sunday.
Divya defeated Mongolian Byambadorj Tsetsegbayar 3-2 to win the yellow metal in the women's 70 Kg competition, while Deepak, Sumit and Monu won bronze medals.
Deepak finished third in the 85 Kg Greco Roman style category as Sumit claimed the third spot in the 100 Kg. Greco Roman style event. Free Style wrestler Monu won the bronze medal in the 46 Kg competition.
Overall, Iran became champion in Free Style by securing 77 points while India got second position by securing 74 points. Uzbekistan secured third position with 59 points.
Iran was also champion in Greco Roman Style by securing 82 points, while Kazakhstan and Krygyzstan secured second and third position by winning 65 points and 63 points respectively. Indian team secured fifth spot by winning 56 points.
In the female category, the Japanese team secured first position by securing 92 points, while India was runner-up by securing 80 points. Kazakhstan team was third with 67 points.