New Delhi [India], Feb 28 ( ANI ): Indian Greco Roman Style Wrestler Rajender Kumar won Bronze Medal
in 55 kg weight category in 2018 Senior Asian Wrestling Championship being held at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
female players won one gold, two silver and one bronze medal
, in the men karate Muhammad Aamir won gold medal in 55kg, Aurangzeb won bronze medal
in 60kg,Abdul Salam won silver medal in 75kg, Shafiqur Rehman won bronze medal
in 84kg weight while individual kata Abdul Samad Afridi, Shafique, Umar, Aurangzeb and Abdullah won bronze medal
In the boxing event Haq Nawaz won silver medal in 56kg weight, Irfan Khan won gold medal in 91kg weight, in the taekwondo 54kg weight Hidayat Ullah won bronze medals
, Mohammad Shoaib won silver medal, Mohammad Nasir won gold medal, Noroz Din won silver medal, Jibran won gold medal and Hikmat Ullah, Mazhar Ali won gold medals respectively.
The only bronze medal
was won by Nihel Sheikhruhu (+78 kg), in the 3rd and last day of the tournament.
In 40kg, Punjab's Saba took gold, while KPK's Samariya won bronze medal
On the boys' side, the judo contingent won 6 gold and 1 bronze medal
Odbayar is placed in third in the IJF world ranking, won bronze medal
at the World Judo Championships 2017, gold, silver and bronze medals
at the Judo World Cups, gold, silver and bronze medals
at the International Judo Grand Slams, silver medal at the Asian Games 2014, silver and bronze medals
at the Asian Judo Championships, and team bronze medal
at the World Judo Championships 2015.
After receiving seven gold medals and five bronze medal
Iran grabbed 160 points and stood first.
Loon, meanwhile, settled for a bronze medal
in tanding - men's class D, finishing third in the 60-65 kilogram division.
In all, 17 countries won one or more medals in the five-day championships, with Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan getting one bronze medal
In the Karate event Swat won eight gold medal and two silver by taking 90 points, followed by Dir Lower with two gold medals, five silver medals and three bronze medals
got 54 points while Dir Upper with three silver medal, four bronze medals
secured 28 points remained at third.
Sean Young battled hard, earning a bronze medal
before Kieran Tweedy, in a very tough group, took the gold.
In the pistol 10 meter events, the Kuwaiti team, made up of Hazameh Al-Baghli, Israa Bahman and Awatef Al-Qallaf, won the bronze medal
while the Bahraini team won gold and the Omani team won silver.
Indian wrestlers bagged two gold, two silver and one bronze medal
out of the eight weight categories competed on Saturday.
Club colleague Abby Jones claimed a bronze medal
in the 100m butterfly with a personal best time of 1.