Ravinder received silver after being defeated by his Iranian opponent Rahman Mousa Amouzadkhalili within the remaining of the 61kg division on the junior world wrestling championship at Ufa, Russia on Monday.
In the meantime, Bipasha emerged a finalist within the ladies’s 76kg to maintain India’s gold medal hopes alive. Through the repechage route, Yash (74kg), Pruthvi Babasehb Patil (92kg) and Anirudh (125kg) grabbed bronze medals as India completed their males’s free fashion marketing campaign with six medals.
Gourav Baliyan (79kg) and Deepak (97kg) had received bronze on Tuesday.
Ravinder — up towards a powerful Amouzadkhalili, who had received the Yasar Dogu senior occasion in June this 12 months — couldn’t make his strikes as he was stored on the defensive within the 61kg title conflict. The Iranian stored Ravinder tangled in head and physique locks to win comfortably 9-3.
Within the 74kg play-off, Yash first scored a assured 9-2 win over Armen Musikyan from Armenia after which pulled off a 12-6 win over Kyrgyzstan’s Stambul Zhanybek Uulu after trailing 2-5. The Indian modified the bout within the final 90 seconds with a few fast strikes.
Patil took bronze in 92kg after edging previous Russia’s Ivan Kirillov 2-1 within the play-off. Patil was trailing on standards after each wrestlers scored factors on one another’s passivity however the Russian was imposed a degree penalty for foul play, and that proved decisive.
Anirudh (125kg) additionally added a bronze to India’s tally with a powerful 7-2 win over Aydin Ahmadov from Azebaijan.
Within the ladies’s competitors, Bipasha was sluggish off the blocks however bought higher with every match. She managed a 6-3 win over Kazakhstan’s Dilnaz Mulkinova after which comfortably beat Mongolia’s Odbag Ulziibat 9-4.
In the meantime, Simran moved into the ladies’s 50kg semifinals with two dominant wins however misplaced the last-four stage match by technical superiority to formidable American Emily King Shilson. She won’t combat for bronze.
Displaying a lot promise for future, Simran first beat Romania’s Georgiana Lavinia Antuca by technical superiority with out conceding a degree after which pulled off a victory by ‘fall’ within the high-scoring quarterfinal towards Gultakin Shirinova of Azerbaijan.