Bajrang Punia wins bronze in World Wrestling Championships

Bajrang Punia wins bronze in World Wrestling Championships

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Category : Sports Published on: September 20 2022

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  • Commonwealth and Asian Games gold medallist and Olympic bronze winner Bajrang Punia has won the bronze medal in the men’s 65kg on the final day of the World Wrestling Championships 2022.
  • He has defeated Puerto Rico's Sebastian Rivera.
  • Ace grappler Bajrang Punia became the only Indian to claim four medals at the World Wrestling Championships by clinching a bronze in the current edition.
  • It was his third bronze medal, in addition to a silver.
  • In this edition, India won two bronze medals, one of which was won by Vinesh Phogat.
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